TVN International

TVN International (iTVN)
Launched 29 April 2004 (2004-04-29)
Owned by TVN Group
Picture format 576i (16:9 SDTV)
Country Poland
Language Polish
Broadcast area Europe
North America
Sister channel(s) TVN
TVN International Extra
Dish Network (United States) Channel 9884
Rogers Cable (Canada) Channel 892
Kabel Deutschland (Germany) Channel 815 (SD)
Unitymedia (Germany) Channel 643 (SD)
NetCologne (Germany) Channel 480 (SD)
Cablevision (United States) Channel 283
RCN Cable (United States) Channel 485 (958 in Leigh Valley)
Free (France) Channel 563
Orange TV (France) Channel 464
Telekom Entertain (Germany) Channel 360 (SD)

TVN International or iTVN is a general interest channel that launched in April 2004. It is part of the TVN network and is owned by Scripps Networks Interactive.

TVN International is an entertainment and news channel aimed at Poles living abroad.

TVN International viewers also have a chance to cheer on the match competitions of the Polish football First League. Other programs dominating in the wide range of ITVN offer are entertainment shows, series, films and TV journals.

The majority of production broadcast by TVN International is of Polish origin. However, program acquisitions of the station itself cover interesting foreign productions as well.


TVN International is available via satellite in the U.S. and Australia, cable in Germany, France, United States and Canada and operates on a 24hr schedule.

As of 30 April 2010 RCN Corporation, a cable provider that provides its services to customers in Boston, New York, Washington DC, Eastern Pennsylvania and Chicago areas, broadcasts iTVN and TVN24 channels on 485 and 486 respectively (958 and 959 in Leigh Valley).[1]

Although in America the TVN International is not available on some networks from USA.

As of July 2011, TVN International is available on Cablevision in the USA.


  1. Archived May 12, 2010, at the Wayback Machine.
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