Telewizja WTK is a regional television station in Poznan, Greater Poland, Poland, providing Informational, Cultural, and Entertainment Programs.
WTK (Wielkopolska Telewizja Kablowa) - Poznań television with local information and entertainment. WTK television began broadcasting on November 21, 1996, and is currently the largest Internet television in Greater Poland.
Information, entertainment, advertising. The local program of TV Dami in Radom has been broadcast for over 20 years. The first cyclical TV broadcast was released on Wednesday, February 12, 1992.
Radomska TV Dami is one of the oldest and currently largest local programs in Poland. We reach approx. 180 thousand people. Telediennik, our news program, is watched by up to 90,000 people every day. We work with over 50 local and regional TV stations throughout Poland.
Thanks to this, the reports prepared by us can be watched by viewers in several dozen cities. We prepare information, reports and advertisements, also for nationwide air. The TV Dami program is also broadcast in Wierzbica and Dęblin, and soon it will be available in Białobrzegi and Grójec. In Przysucha's plans.
TVP 2 is a broadcast television station from Warsaw, Poland, providing Public broadcasting Entertainment shows. TVP 2 produces and airs news, television series, such as comedies, dramas and music, as well as providing tv series from the United States.
TVP2 (TVP Dwa, Program II Telewizji Polskiej, "Dwójka") is operated by TVP. Its varied line-up contains all kinds of programming (documentary, history, talk-shows, game-shows) although it focuses on entertainment: stand up comedy, comic shows, cabaret, and themed talk shows (for example on travel or foreign cultures). TVP2 was launched October 1970.
Tele 5 is a cable and satellite television station from Warsaw, Poland, providing Entertainment shows. Tele 5 airs series and movies from around the world: thrillers, sci-fi, comedy, criminal, moral, thrillers, horror, drama.
Tele5 is a Polish free-to-air television channel owned by Polcast Television. It was launched on 19 April 2002, replacing Super 1. Originally it broadcast only European shows (i.e., its own productions, those of the BBC), but later also started showing Canadian series.