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Viasat Explorer
Viasat explorer.png
Launched January 6, 2002
Owned by Modern Times Group
Audience share 0.1% (2008, [1])
Sister channel(s) Viasat History
Website Norwegian site
Swedish site
Danish site
Viasat Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania
UPC Direct Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia
Focus Sat Romania
Digi TV Romania, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia
Boom TV Romania
Max TV Romania
Total TV Serbia, Croatia, Macedonia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bulsatcom Bulgaria
ITV Partener Bulgaria
Viasat Ukraine Ukraine
Com Hem Sweden
YouSee Denmark
Canal Digital Sweden
LumoTV Finland
Tele2Vision Sweden
Sonera Finland
Welho Finland
RCS (Romania) Channel 41
UPC Romania Channel 305 (digital with DVR)
Channel 45 (digital)
Stream-TV Russia
ER-Telecom Russia
Uralsvyazinform Russia
iNES (Romania)
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Viasat Explorer is a television channel owned by Modern Times Group showing documentaries about wild animals, extreme sports, adventure, travel and technology. It was launched in January 2002 in Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland.[2] On November 1, 2003 it expanded into Russia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Belarus, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Bulgaria. In 2006, all Serbian cable operators and their satellite platform, Total TV began with broadcasting this channel.[3]


  1. ^ Årsrapport 2008, Mediamätning i Skandinavien,  
  2. ^ Modern Times Group. "Viasat to offer four new TV channels on digital platform". Press release.  
  3. ^ Modern Times Group. "Viasat Explorer channel to launch in Eastern Europe". Press release.  


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