Tónlist TV

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Tónlist TV
TypeBroadcast television channel
CountryIceland
Ownership
OwnerSýn
History
LaunchedMarch 5, 2014
FounderKonunglega Kvikmyndafélagið
Closed2016
Former namesBravó (2014-2016);
Nova TV (2007-2014)
Links
WebsiteTónlist TV Website
Tónlist TV Watch Live

Tónlist TV (previously Bravó) was an Icelandic music channel targeting a demographic of 14–24 years of age.[1] The channel is operated by Sýn and was launched on March 5, 2014 as Bravó TV[2] In 2016, the station was rebranded as Tónlist TV.[3][4]

The channel was replaced in 2016 with a non-stop music video online channel called Tónlist.

History[edit]

Music channels in Iceland have changed over the years. The first was Sirkus followed by its rebranding to before Popp Tíví. This was later replaced by Nova TV in 2007 operated by Icelandic telecommunications company Nova. In Nova stopped broadcasting in 2014. Media 365 purchased Bravó from Konunglega Kvikmyndafélagið in June 2014 following its launch in March 2014.

The channel aired mainly music videos with a mix of non-Icelandic youth programming.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bravó". Retrieved 7 March 2015.
  2. ^ "365 TV". 365midlar.is. Retrieved 7 March 2015.
  3. ^ "Vísir -". www.visir.is. Archived from the original on 2011-11-20.
  4. ^ https://365.is/sjonvarp/skemmtipakkinn