Kabelio expands programme line-up: a total of 9 new channels from April
Pfäffikon / Freienbach, 03 April 2023. Kabelio is giving its customers a very special gift for Easter. From the beginning of April, the Swiss satellite platform Kabelio is expanding its programme line-up with nine additional channels.
With n-tv, the first German-language news channel will be launched on Kabelio, and for French-speaking viewers Kabelio is expanding its programme offering even further: In addition to the music channel M6 Music, the children's channel Gulli, as well as the channels W9 and 6ter, the Geneva TV channel Leman Blue with its local information and sports programme is now available on Kabelio. The range of English-language channels is complemented by Film4 and the channels ITV2 and ITV4, which have already been available on Kabelio since February.
With now 66 channels, including all SRG channels, the most popular German-language channels such as 3+, TV24, ProSieben, RTL, ORF1 and 2, ARD, ZDF, the regional Swiss channels such as TeleZüri, TV Südostschweiz, Tele Bärn as well as many, exciting international channels, Kabelio via satellite offers a programme variety that was previously only available on cable TV.
Damir Krilcic, CEO Kabelio: "We are very pleased to be able to enrich the Kabelio offer with further attractive channels. Since the launch of Kabelio, we have expanded our channel line-up from 34 to 66 channels at no additional cost to our customers."
Kabelio AG, based in Freienbach, Pfäffikon in the canton of Schwyz, markets the Kabelio product to viewers residing in Switzerland. The service includes 66 TV channels, most of which were previously only available on cable TV. These include SRG channels, 3+, TV24, SWISS1, RTL, ProSieben, ORF1 and 2, BBC One, France 2, ARD, ZDF, TeleZüri and many other regional, national and international channels.
To receive the Kabelio channels, viewers need a satellite system pointed at the Eutelsat Hotbird 13 degrees East position. Access to the programs is via the Kabelio CI+ module, which is sold via online stores as well as specialist retailers.