QVC (Italy)

QVC (Italy)
Launched 1 August 2010 (2010-08-01)
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Country Italy
Language Italian
Broadcast area Italy
Headquarters Brugherio, Italy
Website www.qvc.it
Availability
Terrestrial
Digital Channel 32 (SD)
Satellite
Sky Italia Channel 475 (HD)
Tivùsat Channel 33 (SD)
Channel 133 (HD)
Streaming media
qvc.it Watch live

QVC Italia s.r.l. is a shopping and entertainment channel, part of the QVC group. It is present on the Italian digital terrestrial television (LCN 32 on the multiplex Mediaset 2) and on satellite (channel 475 Sky, channel 33 TivùsatHot Bird 13 degrees East). The CEO ofi QVC Italia is Paolo Penati, replaced Gregg Bertoni in June 2015.[1]

The May 28, 2013 the channel was added in mux Mediaset 2 while the version of the mux TIMB 1 is "temporary" that from May 5, 2013 has stopped broadcasting, transmitting only an information sign at retuning while from October 29 has been completely removed from the muxTIMB 1.

The channel

QVC Italia began broadcasting on October 1, 2010 and is a shopping channel and entertainment ranging from fashion to do it yourself, the kitchen technology. The channel is broadcast 17 hours of live daily 364 days a year. Studies where broadcasting live is of 15,000 m2 and are located Brugherio near Milano.

Product types

QVC Italia is the following product categories: beauty, fashion, accessories, kitchen, home, jewelry and electronics.

I conduttori (presenters)

The conductors (called Presenters) of the various programs are:

References

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