Pink TV coming to Belgium in quest for pink euro

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28 January 2005 BRUSSELS – Beginning mid-February, a French television channel aimed at homosexual viewers will extend its reach to Belgium. Pink TV, which began broadcasting as France’s first gay television station in October 2004, will be available on Belgian cable network BeTV as of Valentine’s Day (Feb. 14). BeTV currently has some 140,000 subscribers. Largely financed by France’s three existing commercial networks, PinkTV broadcasts 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and offers a wide menu of progra

28 January 2005
 
BRUSSELS – Beginning mid-February, a French television channel aimed at homosexual viewers will extend its reach to Belgium.
 
Pink TV, which began broadcasting as France’s first gay television station in October 2004, will be available on Belgian cable network BeTV as of Valentine’s Day (Feb. 14).
 
BeTV currently has some 140,000 subscribers.
 
Largely financed by France’s three existing commercial networks, PinkTV broadcasts 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and offers a wide menu of programmes ranging from porn to sports, culture and fashion.
 
For more information, see www.pinktv.fr.
 
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Subject : Belgian news

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