VTV may refer to:
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- Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa, a Tamil movie released in 2010
VTV is an Australian television station broadcasting in regional Victoria in Australia. The network was owned by ENT Ltd., before being purchased by the WIN Corporation.
VTV is the second private TV channel of the Maldives. It was inaugurated in 2008. The channel is run under the umbrella of V Media Group which include VFM, Veekly and VNews. It was founded by famous businessman and politician of Maldives Hon. Qasim Ibrahim. It is one of the most watchable channel in Maldives. VTV was one of the TV stations which introduced new features, such as an official app. VTV was the first Maldivian channel to show the FIFA World Cup in HD format. The channel was attacked many times during the revolution of Maldives in 2012. This channel's slogan is Aharenge TV (My TV). This channel brings many sports and political events to the local. Shows of VTV Fasmanzaru, Ameenge Malaafai, Nuvagadi, Kudakudhinge Bageechaa, V Kids, V select, Friday night with Hamysh, V Sports, VTV School singing competition, Kushuge Hafaraiy and many more
VTV's COO Mohamed Asif was previously one of the head of Television Maldives and CEO of VTV Ibrahim Khaleel also worked in many channels. It shows new faces and other faces that worked in other channels also.
VTV was a Dutch television station. It used to timeshare with Kindernet. It launched on 2 October 1995. The first letter "V" stood for Vesta, the Roman goddess of the hearth and home. The channel's main target were women aged between 20 and 40 years. Léonie Sazias was the main presenter. Due to its poor ratings VTV closed on 1 July 1996.
VTV is a television channel in El Salvador, operated by Telecorporación Salvadoreña. The channel transmits on UHF channel 35 and relays Univisión programming.
The channel, unlike the other TCS channels, is 24/7 and doesn't link with channels 2, 4 and 6 in the morning hours.
Category:Television stations in El Salvador Category:Television channels and stations established in 2003 Category:Spanish-language television stations
VTV, which stands for Vanderbilt Television, is an American student university Student television station channel that originates on the campus of Vanderbilt University located near the Music Row and downtown sections of Nashville, Tennessee, USA. It airs on Vanderbilt University’s on-campus cable system on channel 12, and it is viewed worldwide via their website (see above).
VTV (formerly First Musical) - is Belarusian entertainment channel. It appeared as a result of the rebranding of the popular TV channel "First music." The TV channel "VTV" instituted Belarusian company "Dobrovidenie." The channel broadcast TV series, sketch shows, humorous and informative programs, movies and music videos in the night / morning air. The main content in recent years taken the company CTC Media. Target audience VTV is aged 10 to 45 years old. The terms of viewers of TV channel 60% of the female audience, 40% of men. According to the latest when the Media Research television channel VTV share reached 6.3% VTV is the largest private television channel in Belarus. It is represented in 100 per cent of cable operators in Minsk and 98 percent of the country's cable operators. Satellite broadcasting is provided by satellite.