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Dream TV (Turkey)

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Dream TV (Turkey)

Dream TV
Launched 1999
Owned by Doğan Holding
Picture format 16:9
Slogan "Watch your Dream"
Language Turkish
Broadcast area National
Sister channel(s) Kanal D, CNN Türk, Dream Türk
D-Smart Channel 61
Türksat 3A 11936 H 27500 5/6
Digiturk Channel 99
Türksat Kablo TV C 38
Teledünya Channel 157

Dream TV, Dogan Media Group's foreign and Turkish, which broadcasts music channel. Super Kanal' s closure began with the publication. In addition to video clips in the channel film programs, including programs in Turkey are related to music festivals. In his program video clips Lirix publishes Turkish words.

Moreover "Haftasonu"(weekend),"Müzik Hattı" (Music Line), "Evdeki Ses"(House of Sound), Ana Sahne,Reflex,Popcorn and also many programs are called Yüxexes.D-smart channel 61, Digiturk channel 99,cable TV channel and is broadcast from the C38 tape.

Dream TV Shows

  • Genç İz (Hazal Kazancı & Emre Fakioglu)
  • Dream Hits
  • Ana Sahne (Main Stage / İpek Atcan)
  • Evdeki Ses (House of Sound /Pelin Orhuner)
  • Hayal Sahnesi (Dream Stage)
  • Rock Me
  • Advanced
  • Popcorn
  • Dream 10
  • T-Rock
  • T-Rap
  • Dans@
  • 4x4
  • Lirix
  • Dream Hafta Sonu (Dream Weekend / Ezgi Cantekin)

Dream TV Presenters

  • Hazal Kazancı
  • Emre Fakıığlu
  • Pelin Orhuner

Dream TV Events & Festivals


  • Monofest
  • The Sound of Change


  • Massive Weekend
  • Freshtival
  • VFree Zone Festival
  • Spice UP Festival
  • Rock'n Coke
  • Sonisphere Festival (Turkey)
  • One Love Festival
  • Van İçin Rock (ROCK FOR VAN)

Dream TV'S Logos

External links

  • Official site (in Turkish)
  • Official Facebook Page
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