BNT 4

Bulgarian television channel

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BNT 4 (БНТ 4)
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CountryBulgaria
Broadcast areaInternational
HeadquartersSofia, Bulgaria
Programming
Language(s)Bulgarian
Picture format576i (SDTV) 16:9
1080i (HDTV) 16:9
Ownership
OwnerBNT (Bulgarian National Television)
Sister channelsBNT 1, BNT 2, BNT 3
History
Launched2 May 1999 (1999-05-02)
Former namesTV Bulgaria (1999–2008)
BNT Sat (2008–2010)
BNT World (2010–2018)
Links
Websitehttp://www.bnt.bg/bnt4/shows
Availability
Cable
A1Channel 178
N3Channel 90
Satellite
BulsatcomChannel 128
VivacomChannel 118
A1Channel 138
IPTV
VivacomChannel 28
A1Channel 178

BNT 4 (Bulgarian: БНТ 4, romanizedBe ne te chetiri, previously BNT World and BNT Sat), is a Bulgarian-language public international television channel owned and operated by the Bulgarian National Television.

History

The first broadcast of the program was on 2 May 1999, then under the name "TV Bulgaria". The first program director of "TV Bulgaria" is Agnesa Vasileva. The beginning of the program starts with the repetition of the best fund of the BNT, the Bulgarian feature films and music programs. The music channel signal "Tell Me My Le White Cloud" was recorded specifically by Theodosius Spasov. "TV Bulgaria" has had very successful productions - "Ambassadors of Bulgaria" and "One Flew Over the night." On 14 September 2008, the channel name was changed to "BNT SAT." On 20 December 2010 the channel was renamed "BNT World." On 10 September 2018 the channel was further rebranded to "BNT 4" "BNT 4" broadcasts by satellite free to air.

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