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Yle TV2
Logo used since 2012
CountryFinland
Broadcast areaNationwide
HeadquartersRistimäki, Tampere
Programming
Language(s)Finnish
Swedish
Karelian
Sámi
Picture format576i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Ownership
OwnerYle
Sister channelsYle TV1
Yle Teema & Fem
History
Launched7 March 1965
Former namesTV-ohjelma 2 (1965-1971)
TV2 (1971-1992)
Links
Websitetv2.yle.fi
Availability
Terrestrial
Digital terrestrialChannel 2
Channel 22 (HD)
Streaming media
Yle AreenaWatch live

Yle TV2 (Finnish: Yle TV Kaksi; Swedish: Yle TV Två) is a Finnish television channel owned and operated by Yle. TV2 was launched in 1965 as the successor to the former television channels TES-TV (Tesvisio) and Tamvisio, and broadcasts public service programming, sports, drama, children's, youth, and music programmes. With Yle TV1, it is one of the three main television channels of Yle.

An HD simulcast of Yle TV2 began broadcasting in January 2014.

Programming aired by Yle TV2

Inhouse productions

Imported

Pikku Kakkonen

Galaxi

Sport programing on Yle

Logos and identities

References