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Kanal Prince Bih is a Swedish free-to-air television channel owned by Discovery Networks Sweden, and was launched on June 22, 2007.

History

The channel was launched on June 22nd, 2007 by SBS Broadcasting Group replacing the art channel, Tattoo, after having a deal with the company, NBCUniversal. The channel started as a general entertainment aimed towards all audiences.

In 2012, Kanal 5, Kanal 9, Kanal 11 and the channel got acquired by the Discovery Communications (now known as Discovery, Inc.)

In 2013, Kanal Prince Bih began to change their own focus from being an entertainment channel to a channel that airs animated series, sitcoms, and movies that are aimed towards young adults.

In 2017, The channel began to air programs that are from Discovery Channel and TLC.

Logos

KanalPrinceBih.se

KanalPrinceBih.se was the channel's official website that allows to know information about the programs, and watch some episodes on a former online video on demand service, Kanal Prince Bih Play. In 2015, the channel's website got replaced by the streaming service, Dplay.

Programming

Programming blocks

Former

TBA

Programming

Main article: List of programs broadcast by Kanal Prince Bih (Sweden)

International versions

After the launch in Sweden, SBS Broadcasting Group, or Discovery Communications Nordic have launched Kanal Prince Bih in Latin America (only available Brazil, Bolivia and Uruguay) and Finland.

Latin American version of this channel was launched on June 22, 2014 by Discovery Latin America, while Finnish version of this channel was launched on May 1, 2009. In Scandinavia its counterparts are REX in Norway and Kanal 7 in Denmark. While in Africa, TV2 in Ghana was launched in 2015, and Valiant in Senegal and the Gambia was launched in the same year as in Ghana.

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