Sitel (TV channel)

Sitel Television (Macedonian: Сител Телевизија, Sitel Televizija) is the second private television channel in North Macedonia.

Sitel Television
Logo of Sitel.svg
CountryNorth Macedonia
Broadcast areaNorth Macedonia
Worldwide
SloganExclusive drama
HeadquartersSkopje, North Macedonia
Programming
Language(s)Macedonian
Picture format16:9 (1080p, HDTV) 2013
Ownership
OwnerSILEKS, Monteko
Sister channelsSitel 2
Sitel 3
History
Launched22 January 1993
Links
Websitewww.sitel.com.mk
Availability
Terrestrial
AnalogChannel ?
DigitalChannel ?
VIP TVChannel 004
Cable
BlizooChannel 006
TelekabelChannel ?
Available on most cable operatorsCheck operators for availability
Satellite
Total TVChannel 002
IPTV
Max TVChannel 002
Channel 702 (HD)
Streaming media
WebMax TVWatch Live (MKD) Only
OnNetWatch Live (MKD) Only

ProgrammesEdit

 
The headquarters of Sitel in Skopje.

Sitel Television was founded on 22 January 1993, as the second private and independent TV station in North Macedonia. The current number of employees is approximately 150 (managing and editorial board, journalists, reporters, announcers, technical staff, marketing and administration) and there are also a large number of correspondents and external cooperators. Sitel TV airs many types of genres, including information, culture, arts, documentaries, entertainment, sports and children's programs. However, the main output is "Informative programming", which includes central news bulletins aired at 19:00 and 23:00 (or 23:15), short news aired at 16:00, as well as round tables, interviews and dialogues.

Recent polls of Macedonian viewers suggest that Sitel TV is the most watched television broadcaster in North Macedonia since the previously most popular A1 channel has slipped into insolvency.

In the beginning of 2007, Sitel TV began broadcasting its program over a satellite that covers everywhere in the world. Currently, it broadcasts on Eutelsat W2 and Intelsat 901 to audiences in Europe, USA, Canada and Australia.

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