bTV Comedy

  (Redirected from GTV (Bulgaria))

bTV Comedy is a Bulgarian family-based television channel, airing mostly comedy series. It is part of bTV Media Group, owned by Central European Media Enterprises, a subsidiary of AT&T/WarnerMedia.Originally launched in 1997 as Television Triada - a news TV airing CNN English language news, it replaced TV5 Monde terrestrial in Sofia. It was owned by Krassimir Guergov and Triada Communications. In September 30, 2005, it was re-branded as GTV (sometimes promoted as "The Good Television" and Guergov TV) and began airing comedy series and films. The current name of the channel is bTV Comedy as of October 1, 2009, when bTV took over the channel and it changed its graphical look from 1 December 2009. The channel was re-branded again on 5 December 2014, gaining a new redesigned logo and new look.

bTV Comedy
Launched1997 (as Television Triada)
2005 (as GTV)
1 October 2009 (as bTV Comedy)
NetworkbTV Media Group
Owned byNews Corporation (2009-2010)
CME (Central European Media Enterprises)(through WarnerMedia/AT&T)(2010-present)
Picture format16:9 (576i, SDTV)
Audience share2.20% (April 2017 (2017-04), Nielsen Admosphere)
Slogan"Nothing serious."
Broadcast areaBulgaria
HeadquartersSofia, Bulgaria
Formerly calledTelevision Triada (1997-2005)
GTV (2005-2009)
Sister channel(s)bTV, bTV Cinema, bTV Action, bTV Lady, RING
BulsatcomChannel 25
VivacomChannel 5
A1Channel 5
A1Channel 5
NET1Channel 6
VivacomChannel 5
A1Channel 5

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