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TV channels from Poland
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. .CAM: Varso Tower (-)
Nice view (if there is no fog.) of the construction of the highest building in the European Union Varso Tower (310 meters) and and Varso Place complex (Chmielna Business Center) in the center of Warsaw, intersection of Chmielna St. and Jana Pawla II Avenue.
. Belsat TV (Russian)Belsat TV is a satellite television channel aimed at Belarus. Belsat TV was founded in 2007. The headquarter is based in Warsaw (Poland). The channel broadcasts in Belarusian as well as Russian.
. Dami 24 (Polish)Dami 24 (former Dami Radom) is a regional TV from Radom. The channel started broadcasting in 1992. The viewers are mainly located in the cities of Radom, Bialobrzegi, Grojcu, Wierzbica and Deblin, with a reach of over 150.000 people.
. Telewizja CTV (Polish)Telewizja CTV is a local TV channel based in Jaworzna. Jaworzna is a located in the administrative district of Gmina Laskowa, within Limanowa County. The channel offers a varied programming with local news and informative programs.
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. Telewizja Wpolsce (Polish)
Telewizja Wpolsce is a news and information channel. It was launched at the end of 2017. It is also available at Polsat.
. TV Trwam (Polish)TV Trwam is a Polish Christian TV channel founded in 2003 and located in Torún. It belongs to the Lux Veritatis Foundation. The station is owned by the Warsaw Province of the Congregation of the Most Holy Redeemer.
. TVP (Polish)Telewizja Polska or TVP is a public broadcasting corporation. Launched in 1952. Besides national programming it also offers many regional affiliates and TV from the parliament.
Poland Broadcast info (source - CIA WFB):
state-run public TV operates 2 national channels supplemented by 16 regional channels and several niche channels; privately owned entities operate several national TV networks and a number of special interest channels; many privately owned channels broadcasting locally; roughly half of all households are linked to either satellite or cable TV systems providing access to foreign television networks; state-run public radio operates 5 national networks and 17 regional radio stations; 2 privately owned national radio networks, several commercial stations broadcasting to multiple cities, and many privately owned local radio stations (2007)
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