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TV 2 Zebra
Programming
Picture format16:9 (1080i, HDTV)
Ownership
OwnerTV 2 Group
(Egmont)
Sister channelsTV 2 Direkte, TV 2 Livsstil, TV 2 Nyheter, TV 2 Sport, TV 2 Sport Premium
History
Launched24 January 2004 (SD)
12 December 2013 (HD)
Closed26 February 2012 (SD)
Former namesTV2 Plus (2003-2004) (working title)
TV2 Xtra (2004-2005)
Links
Websitewww.tv2.no/kanaler/zebra/ Edit this at Wikidata
Availability
Terrestrial
RiksTVChannel 7
Streaming media
TV 2 Playplay.tv2.no/direkte-tv/tv-2-zebra-82016.html (only in EEA)

TV 2 Zebra is a Norwegian television channel showing entertainment programmes, interactive programmes and live sport mainly targeted towards a male audience. The channel was started as TV 2 Xtra on 24 January 2004, but before that the channel was first announced in 2003 as TV2 Plus, which is its working name.[citation needed]

The channel has been a pay-TV basic package channel from the beginning. The channel was initially designed as a general secondary channel, but was later converted into a male demographic channel.

TV 2 Zebra has the rights to "Tippeligaen", and the channel broadcasts a live game every week. In addition, people can subscribe to the other games by buying TV 2 Sport. TV 2 Zebra also invests in Norwegian handball leagues.

Logo History

Former logo (2013–2021)






Programs

The vast majority of programming is imported, and a few carried over from the main channel (The Julekalender, Reddet), with only a few shows being original productions specifically for TV 2 Zebra:

References