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Utv2

UTV2
Launched 28 June 1999
Closed 22 January 2002
Owned by Ulster Television plc
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
Audience share ITV2: 1.2% (January 2002, BARB)
Country Northern Ireland
Language English
Broadcast area Northern Ireland
Headquarters Havelock House, Belfast
Formerly called TV You (1999-2000)
Replaced by ITV2
Sister channel(s) UTV
Website .tvu
Availability
(at time of closure)
Terrestrial
ONdigital Channel 6
Cable
NTL Channel 117

UTV2 was a television channel, owned by Ulster Television plc (now UTV Media). The channel was on Digital terrestrial television and NTL cable in Northern Ireland.

The channel launched on the 28 June 1999 as TV You, but was rebranded UTV2 in 2000. The programming consisted primarily of simulcasts with ITV2, which is broadcast in England, Wales and the Scottish Borders, although they did also use archive programmes from UTV.

Unusually, for a commercial station, UTV2 did not carry any advertising. This was presumably due to their failure to attract advertisers to UTV2, which was only receivable to a few thousand viewers.

UTV2 closed on 22 January 2002 following a deal with ITV Digital and was replaced by the national variant.[1]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Northern Ireland gets ITV2". Media Guardian. 23 January 2002. Retrieved 2011-06-27. 

External links

  • UTV website
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