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This article is about the Spanish sports network. For the similarly named and themed network in the United States, see GOL TV.

GolT
Launched September 19, 2008 (2008-09-19)
Owned by Mediapro
Picture format 576i (SDTV 16:9)
Slogan Si es fútbol, está en Gol Televisión (If it's football, it's on Gol Television)
Country Spain
Language Spanish
Broadcast area Spain
Headquarters Barcelona, Spain
Replaced Hogar 10
Sister channel(s) laSexta
Timeshift service GolT +1
Website goltelevision.es
Availability
Terrestrial
TDT Channel 69
Cable
Euskatel Channel 28
ONO Channel 68
Channel 67 (Gol Bar)
Channel 69 (GolT +1)
R Channel 44
IPTV
Imagenio Channel 99
Channel 100 (GolT HD)
Channel 102 (Gol Bar)
Orange TV Channel 49
Jazztelia TV Channel 30

Gol Televisión, commonly known as Gol T or Gol TV, is a Spanish sports pay tv network dedicated fully to football (soccer). The channel, created by Mediapro in September 2008, is distributed through cable operators, Internet television,[1] and from August 2009, through digital terrestrial television.

Mediapro's original intention was to broadcast the channel through terrestrial television, opening a slot for pay television, and in 2009 negotiations began with the Government of Spain.[2] On August 13, 2009, an urgent decree approved premium contents on terrestrial television,[3], and Gol Televisión began its broadcasting on August 14.

Contents

Programming

Advertisements

2009—10 Season

Other programs

  • Gol Noticias
  • Planeta Axel
  • Informe Gol TV
  • Goles Liga BBVA
  • Estrellas del Gol
  • Premier World

References

See also


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