TMF Flanders

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TMF
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Launched3 October 1998
Closed1 November 2015
NetworkVIMN Belgium
Owned byViacom International Media Networks Northern Europe
Picture format16:9 576i (SDTV)
SloganTotally Yours!
CountryBelgium
Broadcast areaFlanders
HeadquartersAntwerp
Replaced byComedy Central going 24 Hours
Sister channel(s)Comedy Central
Spike
MTV
Nickelodeon
Nick Jr.
Nicktoons
Nick Hits
Websitewww.tmf.be
Availability
(channel space shared with Comedy Central)
Cable
Telenet Digital TVChannel 36 (Flanders)
Channel 126 (Brussels)
NumericableChannel 270
Voo (Brussels)Channel TBA
IPTV
Belgacom TVChannel 160 (Flanders)
Channel 187 (Brussels & Wallonia)
SNOWChannel TBA
ScarletChannel 160 (Flanders)
Channel 187 (Brussels & Wallonia)
Streaming media
Yelo TVWatch Live
TV OveralWatch Live

TMF was a Belgian pay television channel whose programming was centred towards popmusic videoclips. TMF was operated by Viacom International Media Networks.

Originally an abbreviation of "The Music Factory", the channel was launched as TMF Vlaanderen in 1998, mainly due to the success of the eponymous Dutch music television channel. The station began broadcasting on October 3, 1998.

The recordings of TMF Flanders occurred mainly in the Eurocam Media Center in Lint, there was until mid-2013 also established the parent company.

History[edit]

TMF Flanders was launched on October 3, 1998.[citation needed] On October 5, 2015, Viacom announced that TMF will stop broadcasting om November 1, 2015. Thereby two Flemish youth channels (TMF and competitor JIM) disappeared in a short time. From November 1, 2015 Comedy Central took over the whole channel. Thereby the last TMF stopped and the brand completely disappeared.[1][2]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "TMF verdwijnt en wordt vervangen door Comedy Central 24/7". Deredactie.be (in Dutch). October 5, 2015.
  2. ^ Totaal TV - TMF definitief ten grave gedragen

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