Wizja Pogoda was the first Polish TV weather channel. The channel started in 1998 und ceased in 2002.
|Picture format||576i (4:3 SDTV)|
|Sister channels||Twoja Wizja|
Wizja Le Cinema
|Launched||1 April 1998|
|Closed||1 March 2002|
The channel was co-produced by Wizja TV and The Weather Department. Weather forecasts were prepared using advanced computer technology based on data from some 6,000 meteorological stations worldwide. Forecasts were updated twice a day. The channel was liquidated in 2002 due to the merger of Vision with Cyfra+
Initially, Wizja Pogoda was dividing the air time with National Geographic Channel and later with the Travel Channel. The program was broadcast from the morning until 1 pm (or until 2 pm when time-sharing with National Geographic Channel).
The station was available on the digital platform Wizja TV.