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About V4

V4 is a Norwegian television channel owned and operated by the Nordic Entertainment Group. The channel was launched in a test phase on September 28, 2007, and it was finally available for everyone to watch on June 14, 2014. The first broadcast in the channel’s history, which was known back then as Viasat 4, featured the UEFA Euro Qualifying match between Moldova and Norway. Six years after its launch, the channel was rebranded to V4 and started working under that name in June 2020.

Over the years, V4 has been labeled as an entertainment channel, with sitcoms, TV series, documentaries, sports, and news broadcasts occupying most of its regular programming. The channel has aired mostly shows produced in the United States and other countries, although in-house productions have also been aired by the channel.

Speaking about sports, V4 has covered top-caliber competitions such as the UEFA Champions League and the FIFA World Cup. In fact, one of the most watched programs in its history was the 3rd place match for the 2010 World Cup between Uruguay and Germany. Other leagues that have been covered on this channel have included the Serie A, the Allsvenskan, and the Danish Superliga.

V4 was launched as a Standard Definition channel, but a High-Definition feed was eventually launched a couple of years after it became available in almost all of Norway. Both feeds may still be available in some regions of the country.

V4 on Satellite

PositionFrequencySymbolSystemEncryption
5.0°ESES 5
11265 H30000, 3/4DVB-S2, 8PSK, MPEG-4, HDVideoguard
0.8°WThor 5
11325 H25000, 3/4DVB-S2, 8PSK, MPEG-4, HDConax, Videoguard

V4 Broadcast Rights

FIFA Women's World CupNordic Entertainment (NENT) Group has acquired exclusive rights to the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Denmark, Norway and Sweden. The Nordic multi-platform broadcaster will air every match on OTT streaming service Viaplay, while its free-to-air networks will telecast select games.
UEFA Europa League
UEFA Europa League (2021-2024)
NENT Group has secured exclusive Europa League rights in Sweden, Norway and Finland in a three-year deal that will run from 2021 to 2024. All Europa League matches will be streamed live on Viaplay, with extensive studio programming. Games will be available on Viasat’s pay-television offerings across the region, whereas NENT Group’s Swedish, Danish and Norwegian linear TV channels will also broadcast select matches.
More details The pan-Nordic media company is set to offer all the Europa League action with local-language commentary in all three countries.
Premier LeagueNordic Entertainment Group (NENT Group) has acquired multi-platform English Premier League rights in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden, in a deal that runs from 2022 to 2028. Live EPL streaming will be available on Viaplay – the leading online video streaming service in the Nordic region. Live Premier League matches and full replays may also be aired on NENT’s pay-TV and free-TV channels.
More details The deal marks the first broadcast rights agreement for the Premier League’s cycle starting with the 2022-2023 season, and it also marks the first time a European broadcaster has secured EPL rights for a six-year period.
League Cup
BundesligaPan-Nordic broadcasting company NENT Group has extended its exclusive German Bundesliga media rights until 2025. The TV operator will air over 300 live Bundesliga matches on its over-the-top (OTT) streaming service Viaplay in the Nordic region, every season. The new deal, which starts in 2021, also includes rights to the Bundesliga’s relegation play-off games, Super Cup and 2.
More details Bundesliga. The matches will be aired on pay-television with local-language commentary. At least one game will be televised in Ultra HD, every match day. Coverage will be complemented by studio analysis and match highlights.
UEFA Europa Conference LeagueNordic Entertainment Group (NENT Group) has acquired exclusive UEFA Europa Conference League media rights from 2021 to 2024 in Sweden, Norway and Finland. The TV operator will show all the matches live on its large collection of television channels in the region, consisting of Viasat and many other linear TV networks.
More details All Europa Conference League matches will be streamed on the pan-Nordic OTT service Viaplay in high definition. Local-language commentary will be available on every platform in all three countries, and extensive studio programming will be released to present fresh perspectives on televised games.
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