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What is the name of the RTP2 channel?

Despite this, there was no official logo for the network since the logo used was the main RTP logo and in order to distinguish the two channels and though RTP2 was the legal name, the channel had to be identified as II Programa until 1978. The first logo of RTP2 was launched in October 16, 1978.

What is the difference between RTP and RTP2?

Nowadays, RTP2 is a public-service, advertising-free channel that serves as an alternative to RTP s main channel, RTP1 . Similar to BBC Two, RTP2 aims at less mainstream and more intellectual content.

What is the history of the RTP2 logo?

RTP2s ninth logo used from December 1985 to 12 October 1986. From December 1985, RTP2 got a new logo that consists of a red 2-numeral that is drawn out of three lines while the RTP wordmark are colored with royal blue although it is underneath the symbol, but the RTP wordmark were soon adopted on RTPs logo within the following year.

When did RTP2 become 24 hours?

Together with sister channel RTP1, it became a 24-hour service in 2005. RTP2s line-up is devoted to worldwide recognized quality television content, institutional EU /national programming or advertising, television series, cinematography, documentary films, theatre and classical music.

What is RTP2 TV live?

RTP 2 TV Live:: RTP2 is the second television channel of Rádio e Televisão de Portugal, Nowadays, RTP2 is a public-service, advertising-free channel that serves as an alternative to RTP’s main channel, RTP1.

What was the original name of RTP2?

On 17 September 1990, RTP 2 was renamed Canal 2, then to TV2 on 14 September 1992. As TV2, the channels slogan was A Outra TV . In 1994, TV2 was forced to focus entirely on minorities, causing major changes to the channels schedule.

What is the difference between RTP1 and RTP2?

Nowadays, RTP2 is a public-service, advertising-free channel that serves as an alternative to RTP s main channel, RTP1. Similar to BBC Two, RTP2 aims at less mainstream and more intellectual content.

What does RTP mean?

Rádio e Televisão de Portugal ( RTP) is the public service broadcasting organisation of Portugal. It operates four national television channels and three national radio stations, as well as several satellite and cable offerings.

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What is the history of RTP2?

RTP2 was launched on December 25, 1968, occupying two hours of RTP1 s schedule during the night time. Despite this, there was no official logo for the network since the logo used was the main RTP logo and in order to distinguish the two channels and though RTP2 was the legal name, the channel had to be identified as II Programa until 1978.

What is the history of the RTP logo?

The first logo of RTP2 was launched in October 16, 1978. RTP changed their logos in the anniversary of RTP on 7th March 1980. The 2 logo was also used by WSB-TV from 1972 to 1986. In February 1981, a new logo was launched. It was used until March 1983

What is the difference between RTP and RTP2s logos?

From December 1985, RTP2 got a new logo that consists of a red 2-numeral that is drawn out of three lines while the RTP wordmark are colored with royal blue although it is underneath the symbol, but the RTP wordmark were soon adopted on RTPs logo within the following year. RTP2s tenth logo used from 13 October 1986 to 1 December 1988.

Why is RTP1 called I Programa?

Despite being rebranded as RTP1 on December 25, 1968 to coincide with the launch of RTP2 occupying two hours of their schedule, the logo remained unchanged and in order to distinguish the two channels and though RTP1 was the legal name, the channel had to be identified as I Programa until October 16th 1978.

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