Polsat News

Polsat News
Launched June 7, 2008 (2008-06-07) (SD version) February 3, 2014 (2014-02-03) (HD version)
Owned by Cyfrowy Polsat
Picture format 16:9 576i (SDTV)
16:9 1080i (HDTV)
Audience share 1.08% (2015, Nielsen[1])
Slogan Widzisz. Wiesz. Rozumiesz. (You see. You know. You understand.)
Country Poland
Language Polish
Sister channel(s) Polsat Biznes
Website www.polsatnews.pl
Polish digital TV Mobilna - MUX 4 (pay)
Cyfrowy Polsat Channel 5, Channel 60, Channel 66, Channel 117
Cyfra+ Channel 8
n Channel 17
Orange TV Channel 45
UPC Poland Channel 321

Polsat News is a Polish news channel, launched on 7 June 2008 at 7:00 AM (UTC+1). Being a part of the Polsat Network, Polsat News is owned by Polsat Group. It is available over Cyfrowy Polsat, Cyfra+ and UPC Poland digital platforms in Poland. It is broadcast on Hot Bird 6, 11158V, 27500 3/4.


Polsat News started broadcasting on 7 June 2008 thirty seconds before the 7 AM hour (UTC+1). Polsat News is the first Polish news channel to broadcast in 16:9 format. From 7 June to 14 July the channel was broadcast in test emission. Up to September, the channel was broadcast as FTA.

The live programme is broadcast from 6 AM to 24 AM (UTC+1). The news programmes are broadcast every half an hour. The channel hires about 400 people.

On 1 August 2008 Polsat News started broadcasting adverts.

Programmes are split into three parts: morning - Nowy Dzień (New Day), afternoon - To jest dzień (It's the day) and evening - To był dzień (That Was a Day).

On 6 June 2008 Polsat News opened a TV studio, in which its programs are recorded and where Wydarzenia (main Polsat news program) are recorded. Its cost was €6,000,000.


Logo history

Years Description
June 7, 2008 - to this day Modeled on the logotype Polsat television. The bulk of the gray color or glaucous, with the word "NEWS" and the symbol of the arrow (top right), smaller - orange.

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