Stingray Lite TV

Stingray Lite TV
Launched 17 December 2007
Owned by Stingray Digital
Picture format 576i (16:9, SD)
Country Netherlands
Broadcast area Netherlands
Belgium
Formerly called Lite TV (2007-2015)
Sister channel(s) Stingray Brava
Stingray iConcerts
Stingray Djazz
Website Stingray Lite TV
Availability
Cable
Available on all cable systems Check local listings for channels
Ziggo Netherlands Channel 605
CAIW Netherlands Channel 129
CAI Harderwijk Netherlands Channel 101
Delta NV Netherlands Channel 214
Kabeltex Netherlands Channel 234
Telenet Belgium Channel 712 (Flanders)
Channel 652 (Brussels)
IPTV
Telfort Glas Netherlands Channel 231
T-Mobile Thuis Channel TBA
Solcon Netherlands Channel 221
Fiber Netherlands Channel 231
Sparql Netherlands Channel 504
Compenz Netherlands Channel 357
Plinq Netherlands Channel 357
Streaming media
Ziggo GO ZiggoGO.tv (Netherlands only)

Stingray Lite TV is a non-stop music television channel that brings mainly (soft) pop music videos from the 80s, 90s and today. 24/7. 2Connect Media BV launched the channel as Lite TV on 17 December 2007.[1][2] In June 2014 Stingray Digital acquired Lite TV from the Archibald Media Group.[3] On 1 April 2015, the channel has received its current name, before it was called Lite TV.[4] Stingray Lite TV can be received via cable and IPTV in the Netherlands and Belgium.[5][6]

References

  1. David de Jong (December 16, 2007). "C-ClassicTV & LiteTV: nieuw Nederlands muziektelevisie-initiatief" (in Dutch). DutchMedia.
  2. "Lite TV" (in Dutch). August 18, 2011.
  3. Stingray Digital acquires Dutch music channels BroadbandTVNews.com, 13 June, 2014
  4. Jarco Kriek (March 11, 2015). "Lite TV en XLnt onder andere naam verder" (in Dutch). Totaal TV.
  5. Jan-Hein Visser (October 25, 2008). "Lite TV start op de Vlaamse kabel" (in Dutch). Totaal TV.
  6. Jan-Hein Visser (July 13, 2011). "Lite TV vanaf september bij Ziggo" (in Dutch). Totaal TV.
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