TVN (TV Nowa) is a Polish commercial television network. The broadcaster was co-founded by Polish businessmen Mariusz Walter and Jan Wejchert. The network launched on 3 October 1997. TVN belongs to TVN S.A. which in turn is controlled by Scripps Networks Interactive.
TVN may refer to:
- TVN (Australia), a horse racing channel
- TVN (Chile), a public broadcaster
- TVN (Estonia), a television station
- TVN (Indonesia), a television station
- TVN (Norway), or TVNorge, a commercial television channel
- TVN (Panama), a television network
- TVN (Poland), a commercial broadcaster
- TVN (South Korea), a commercial general entertainment channel
- TVN (Southeast Asia), a Korean entertainment channel
- TVN Entertainment Corporation, a US cable television company
TVN (Thoroughbred Vision) was an Australian thoroughbred horse-racing TV channel. It was carried on Foxtel, Austar and Optus TV, as well as other subscription TV services. The channel was set up by the Victorian thoroughbred racing industry and Sydney metropolitan racing clubs as an alternative to Sky Racing and as an attempt by the racing clubs concerned "to capture the valuable assets of racing media rights and leverage them to the benefit of racing".
TVN was 50% owned by Victorian racings organisations Melbourne Racing Club, Victoria Racing Club, Moonee Valley Racing Club and Country Racing Victoria; and 50% by the Sydney-based, Australian Turf Club. It launched in May 2005 and ceased almost 10 years later in March 2015.
TVN is a television network headquartered in Panama City, Panama, with repeaters throughout the country. The stations broadcast in the NTSC format and DVB-T for Panama City. In DVB-T format it is the only TV station in HD for most of the day and they also broadcast in a sub-channel two hours behind programming from the main channel(DVB-T only), being the first TV station to have this service.
Main programming consists of local news, telenovelas, and Panamanian reality shows called Produccion Nacional (national productions). TVN rarely broadcasts sports, however, they launched sister station TV Max channel 9 to specialize in those programs.
TVN (Total Variety Network, stylized tvN) is a South Korean nationwide general entertainment network owned by CJ E&M, available on cable, SkyLife, and IPTV platforms.
TVN Asia (simply and stylized as tvN; formerly Channel M) is a Korean-language entertainment channel, that has become the channel of choice for K-Pop across Asia. tvN, whose Asian operation outside of Korea is managed through a joint venture between Fox Networks Group Asia and CJ E&M. broadcasts Korean music, drama, reality programs, entertainment news and lifestyles from South Korea's Mnet, tvN, O tvN, XTM, O'live, OCN, OnStyle and more (both owned by CJ E&M).It is available to 3 million viewers in 10 Asian countries outside of South Korea.it also carries some originals made for the Southeast Asian channel. The channel is distributed by FNG.
Launched as tvN on October 26, 2009, the channel was renamed to Channel M in the evening of November 23, 2012. At noon on June 3, 2016, Channel M was changed back to tvN.