RiksTV New Frequency

RiksTV Live Channel On Other Satellite Lists Good Working Feed New TP Frequency Transponder Here 2018
RiksTV (formerly NTV Pluss) is the distributor of pay television in the Norwegian digital terrestrial television network.

Except for NRK1, NRK2, NRK3/NRK Super and the NRK radio channels, all broadcasts in the Norwegian DTT network are encrypted. (TV2 was temporarily free-to-air until the end of 2009.) The channels that are broadcast in the RiksTV packages are selected by RiksTV themselves.


RiksTV New Frequency 2018

RiksTV Live Channel On Other Satellite Lists Good Working Feed New TP Frequency 2018

RIK Sat © TezRush, last updated 2018-03-28
PositionSatelliteBeam
EIRP (dBW)
FrequencySystemSR
FEC
EncryptionPackagesLang.Source
166.0°EIntelsat 19Australia & New Zealand
0
12286 HDVB-S2
MPEG-4
30000
3/4
IrdetoTV PlusGreAnonymous
150601
39.0°EHellas Sat 3Europe BSS
0
12252 VDVB-S2
8PSK
MPEG-2
28330
3/4


GreN Schlammer
171102
13.0°EEutelsat Hot Bird 13CWide
0
12111 VDVB-S
MPEG-2
27500
3/4


GreM Al-Taie
151215
RIK Sat © TezRush, last updated 2018-03-28

History

Some of the initial discussions concerned the availability of free-to-air channels other than the ones from NRK. TV 2 and TVNorge had stated that their channels would be encrypted, although they were free-to-air in the analogue network. This caused Modern Times Group, owners of TV3, to announce the launch of "TV4" that they wanted to be free-to-air. RiksTV were however unwilling to broadcast it free-to-air.

The first channels were announced on 12 June 2007, and were TV 2, TVNorge, TV3, TV 2 Zebra, Discovery Channel, Disney Channel, The Voice TV, SportN, TV 2 Filmkanalen, TV 2 Nyhetskanalen, Viasat 4, TVNorge2 (was named FEM the next day), Canal+ Sport 1 and Canal+ Film 1. The radio channels P4, Kanal 24 and Radio 1 were also included.

On 12 June, it was announced that Animal Planet, Canal+ Film 2, the National Geographic Channel, TV 2 Sport and local television would launch later on. It was however announced in July that BBC World would become a part of the RiksTV package and that Animal Planet, Canal+ Film 2 and National Geographic would be a part of the package from the start, thanks to new compression technology.

Among the rejected channels were MTV, Eurosport, SVT1 and SVT2. The fact that MTV was rejected, meant that The Voice TV would be the only music channel on RiksTV. International news channels such as CNN, BBC World and Sky News were also rejected initially, as TV2 Nyhetskanalen first was seen as good enough.
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