Viasat History

Viasat History
Launched November 2004
Owned by Viasat World LTD
Picture format 16:9 (576i, SDTV), HDTV
Broadcast area Scandinavia and part of East Europe
Headquarters London, United Kingdom
Sister channel(s) Viasat Explore
Viasat Nature
Website Viasat World
Availability
Terrestrial
Digita (Finland) Channel 126
evotv (Croatia) Channel 110
Satellite
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, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia
Boom TV Romania
Max TV Romania
Bulsatcom Bulgaria
ITV Partner Bulgaria
Viasat Ukraine Ukraine
Filbox Turkey
OTE TV Greece
Cable
YouSee Denmark
Canal Digital Sweden
LumoTV Finland
Tele2Vision Sweden
Sonera Finland
dna Welho (Finland) Channel 492
B.net Croatia
Serbia Broadband Serbia
BBM Montegro
RCS (Romania) Channel 61
UPC Romania Channel 315
Comstar-UTS Russia
ER-Telecom Russia
Uralsvyazinform Russia
AlmaTV Kazakhstan
Digital TV Kazakhstan
ICON Kazakhstan
IZZI Latvia
Elektrons&K Latvia
Teledünya Turkey
IPTV
Romania
Serbia
Croatia

Viasat History is a television channel owned by international media company, Viasat World LTD. The channel focuses on the ancient world, historical drama, royal history, travel history and religious history. Viasat History is a 24-hour channel, broadcasting in Central and Eastern Europe and Africa.

With headquarters in London, United Kingdom, the channel started its broadcast in the Scandinavian countries and after a few years expanded to the Baltic countries with subtitles and many East European markets.

Viasat History acquires programming from international distributors and production houses.

Since 2012, Viasat History together with sisterchannels Viasat Explore and Viasat Nature are broadcast in HD together with the SD feed on the Viasat satellite platform.

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