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The Testcardiologist The Testcardiologist 5 August 2020
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SpongeBob in Hokusei

  • 1 General
  • 2 Broadcast
    • 2.1 Hokusei
    • 2.2 Murakami
  • 3 Impact
    • 3.1 Hokusei

  • SpongeBob and Patrick were voiced by second-tier comedians unlike the IRL Japanese dub where they were voiced by women that made them sound like Japanese highschool students.
    • The idea would be to have voices resembling more the ones in English and other foreign dubs.
    • On the other hand, Timmy Turner sounds like your average Nobita.
  • Plankton gets a standard anime villain's voice, and not the one above.
    • This is what Plankton sounds like IRL
  • Since Nickelodeon Hokusei didn't have its hiatus, the series has more reruns.
    • As a consequence Nick Time on Animax never even existed.

Aside from its usual broadcast on Nickelodeon Hokusei, it also airs on HHK Educational TV. The channel also bought a few ot…



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The Testcardiologist The Testcardiologist 2 August 2020
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Channel i (Pacifilavia)

Channel i was a Pacifilavian English language free-to-air terrestrial television channel that was launched in 20 May 2001 as TVWorks. The channel was owned by PPH MediaWorks, a subsidiary of Pacifilavia Press Holdings. Its frequencies were previously used by another network, Metrovision, between 1995 and 1999.

Due to the channel evading federal law as the operator didn't have a channel in Malay, it shut down due to low ratings and lack of advertiser support. Its frequencies (terrestrial and cable) and channel space were taken over by okto (using Central's old format) in October 2008.


  • 1 History
    • 1.1 MetroVision
    • 1.2 TVWorks/Channel i
  • 2 Local programming
    • 2.1 As TVWorks
    • 2.2 As Channel i


What would later become Channel i was launched on 1 July 1995 as MetroVi…




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AmazingTLM AmazingTLM 2 August 2020
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Logofanonpedia 7th anniversary

Hello, sorry for late! It's the 7th anniversary of the wiki. We're redesigned the wiki with new look, logo and purple colors, replacing the long-running pink colors last July 30 for fresh and uncluttered experience. Have enjoy the site for new look. 😉

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The Testcardiologist The Testcardiologist 31 July 2020
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PacFreeview

National channels:

  • 1 - BCP1
  • 2 - BCP2
  • 3 - TV3
  • 4 - Trans 4
  • 5 - Channel 5
  • 6 - Suria
  • 7 - NTV7
  • 8 - Channel 8
  • 9 - TV9
  • 10 - Trans TV
  • 11 - Vasantham
  • 12 - Okto
  • 13 - Asulo
  • 14 - RCTP
  • 15 - Pelangi
  • 16 - SCTV
  • 17 - BCP Chinese
  • 18 - BCP Nethra
  • 19 - Harimau
  • 20 - Channel U
  • 21 - Trans Tharisanam
  • 22 - Shakthi TV
  • 23 - CNA
  • 24 - BCP24
  • 25 - Pacifilar
  • 26 - NET.
  • 27 - Bernama News Channel
  • 28 - TVFP
  • 29 - TV Okey
  • 30 - BCP Pacsports
  • 31 - GTV
  • 32 - Pacifilar Jade
  • 33 - RTV
  • 34 - Kompas TV
  • 35 - ANTV
  • 36 - PCX Channel
  • 37 - TV Al-Hijrah
  • 38 - ETV Malay
  • 39 - ETV Indonesian
  • 40 - ETV English
  • 41 - ETV Chinese and Dialects
  • 42 - ETV Portuguese and Foreign Languages
  • 43 - ETV Regional Languages
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The Testcardiologist The Testcardiologist 1 July 2020
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Signs that you're Kaehian

UNDER CONSTRUCTION

I hope other countries with their países fics will do the same.


  • 1 Basic aspects
  • 2 Language
  • 3 Life
  • 4 Memes
  • 5 Film and television
  • 6 Foreigners

  • You seem to have Dolynesian ancestry.
    • Generally you would belong to a tribe but don't connect to it often.

  • You speak the same English as Neurcasia.
    • New Euslandian English just sounds like a drunken Liberdesian to you.
  • You do realize that you don't share Neurcasia's slang on the other side.
    • "Shrimp on the barbie" is too stereotypical of Eurdecians and Atlansians, especially when you're dangerously close to Neurcasia.
    • You tend to avoid the shortform words they created like "barbie".
    • G'day? Nah, I'd rather say "goo'morning", "goor'afternoon" or "goor'evening".
    • Your definition of "down under" includes your H…



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The Testcardiologist The Testcardiologist 24 June 2020
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Cablevisión Surodecia July 1998

Inspired by Cable Mágico with a few traits of VTR and Metrópolis-Intercom but without the censorship.

  • 2 - TVC
  • 3 - Prevue Latino
  • 4 - Telas
  • 5 - Telenueva
  • 6 - NTV
  • 7 - TVS1
  • 8 - TVS2
  • 9 - Red
  • 10 - Cartoon Network
  • 11 - UCS
  • 12 - Cableservicio
  • 13 - Surovisión
  • 14 - Notivisión (Cable Canal de Noticias shut down the month before)
  • 15 - Telequince
  • 16 - URA Network
  • 17 - Worldnet
  • 18 - Mundo Olé
  • 19 - Discovery Channel
  • 20 - Canal Hípico
  • 21 - E!
  • 22 - TBS
  • 23 - Cable Deportes
  • 24 - Discovery Kids
  • 25 - Music 21
  • 26 - HTV
  • 27 - The Weather Channel
  • 28 - Tele Uno
  • 29 - USA Network
  • 30 - TNT
  • 31 - FOX
  • 32 - Sat-N
  • 33 - USTV
  • 34 - HBC TV
  • 35 - CNN International
  • 36 - CNN en español
  • 37 - Sony Entertainment Television
  • 38 - Warner Channel
  • 39 - ENS International
  • 40 - Locomotion
  • 41 - ESPN
  • 42 - FOX Sports
  • 43 - Nickelodeon
  • 44…
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The Testcardiologist The Testcardiologist 15 June 2020
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SBS Kaehia: List of line-up changes

  • 1 1990s
    • 1.1 1990
    • 1.2 1992
    • 1.3 1994
    • 1.4 1995
    • 1.5 1997
    • 1.6 1998
    • 1.7 1999
  • 2 2000s
  • 3 2010s
  • 4 2020s
    • 4.1 2020


  • March 30: Commencement of operations as the first subscription television operator in Anglophone Transalia. SBS broadcast thre channels on UHF 40, 42 and 44 in Hopikua and nationwide by satellite. Channel 40 was SBS Entertainment, channel 42 was SBS Sports and channel 44 was SBS Movies. SBS Entertainment was a 24/7 channel that had 12 hours of news (mostly from CNN International) and a selection of entertainment programs from the United Republics and Hisqaida. SBS Sports mainly aired sporting events that KBC and TV3 hadn't bought, as well as content from ESPN. SBS Movies was also 24/7, initially repeating selected films in an 8-hour schedule. This turned out to…


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The Testcardiologist The Testcardiologist 14 June 2020
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Prefectures of Hokusei

  • 1 Hokkaiji
    • 1.1 Maoka
    • 1.2 Hokkaiji
  • 2 Tohoku
    • 2.1 Aoyama
    • 2.2 Akagawa
    • 2.3 Yamahara
    • 2.4 Iwagaki
    • 2.5 Misato
    • 2.6 Kojima
  • 3 Kanso
    • 3.1 Ibarayama
    • 3.2 Jyukichi
    • 3.3 Gyouda
    • 3.4 Sayama
    • 3.5 Senbayashi
    • 3.6 Saikyo
    • 3.7 Kamigawa
  • 4 Chubu
    • 4.1 Niihara
    • 4.2 Miyayama
    • 4.3 Ashikawa
    • 4.4 Fukusen
    • 4.5 Yamanaka
    • 4.6 Nagachi
    • 4.7 Gujou
    • 4.8 Takaoka
    • 4.9 Aishi
  • 5 Kankai
    • 5.1 Ise
    • 5.2 Saichou
    • 5.3 Miyako
    • 5.4 Nishisaka
    • 5.5 Harima
    • 5.6 Miwa
    • 5.7 Kitayama
  • 6 Chushu
    • 6.1 Torikawa
    • 6.2 Shimaguchi
    • 6.3 Okamine
    • 6.4 Hiroshi
    • 6.5 Yamaaki
  • 7 Shishu
    • 7.1 Tokukyo
    • 7.2 Kaki
    • 7.3 Orihime
    • 7.4 Kounan
  • 8 Kyushima
    • 8.1 Futoshioka
    • 8.2 Saga
    • 8.3 Nagamisaki
    • 8.4 Zomoto
    • 8.5 Ota
    • 8.6 Morisaki
    • 8.7 Kanoko
    • 8.8 Okitama

  • Normally people want to be pretentious and call it "Hokkaiji-Maoka" instead.
    • Kyushima-Okitama, anyone?

  • Desolate and a relic of the troubled past with Brussia, it is located directly at the south of Salakhin Island.
    • One hal…


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The Testcardiologist The Testcardiologist 12 June 2020
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Snow NB

This is the channel list for Snow, KPA's operator in Nouvelle Baie. Since Snow is a low-cost operator, it doesn't offer the entire list of services available on Télécom NB. These channels are also available on TNB's satellite service.

  • 1 - Une
  • 2 - Deux
  • 3 - Télécorporation
  • 4 - Galaxy
  • 5 - Chaîne 5
  • 6 - arte
  • 7 - TVFMonde RGSN
  • 8 - Trois
  • 9 - La Zone
  • 10 - Le Journal 24
  • 11 - MV1
  • 12 - M9
  • 13 - Le Huit
  • 14 - Info
  • 15 - Elle
  • 16 - Galaxy 24
  • 17 - Sport
  • 18 - Ici
  • 21 - A1
  • 22 - TVR2
  • 23 - TVR3
  • 24 - TVR4
  • 25 - TVR5
  • 26 - TVRÔ
  • 27 - TMB
  • 28 - MVX
  • 29 - MVD
  • 30 - MV1 Séries Films
  • 31 - NRJ12
  • 32 - TMB
  • 50 - Boing
  • 51 - La5
  • 52 - 5 24
  • 100 - Canal+ NB
  • 101 - Canal+ Cinéma
  • 102 - Canal+ Séries
  • 103 - Canal+ Sport
  • 104 - Canal+ Décalé
  • 105 - Canal+ Family
  • 106 - Infosport+
  • 107 - Golf+
  • 108 - Foot+
  • 109 - Rugby+
  • 110 - Nitro+
  • 111 - …
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The Testcardiologist The Testcardiologist 4 June 2020
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Movistar+ Latinolia

  • 1 - La 1
  • 2 - La 2
  • 3 - Cadena 3
  • 4 - Diez
  • 5 - Cinco
  • 6 - Teleseis
  • 7 - laSiete
  • 8 - #0
  • 9 - #Vamos de Movistar+
  • 10 - 7RN
  • 10 - à Punt
  • 10 - Anarón TV
  • 10 - Televisión Sazaria
  • 10 - Canal Sur 1
  • 10 - Castenia-La Mancha Media
  • 10 - La 8 Castenia y León
  • 10 - ETB1
  • 10 - Canal Estremaciura
  • 10 - IB3
  • 10 - Telenadrid
  • 10 - TPA7
  • 10 - TV4
  • 10 - TVG
  • 11 - [8TV] Plamanya
  • 11 - ATV Altaducía
  • 11 - ETB2
  • 11 - La Ocho
  • 11 - La Otra
  • 11 - TVG2
  • 12 - Movistar Series
  • 13 - Movistar Seriesmanía
  • 14 - Fox
  • 15 - AXN
  • 16 - TNT
  • 17 - Comedy Central
  • 18 - Fox Life
  • 19 - Cosmo
  • 20 - AMC
  • 21 - Fox Crime
  • 22 - Calle 13
  • 23 - Syfy
  • 24 - Starstel
  • 25 - MTV
  • 26 - Axtel
  • 27 - AXN White
  • 28 - AXN Black
  • 29 - Factoría de Ficción
  • 30 - Starstel Comedy
  • 31 - OTN
  • 32 - AEN
  • 33 - Neox
  • 34 - Catreseries
  • 35 - Energy
  • 36 - AXN Spin
  • 40 - Movistar+ Estrenos
  • 41 - Movistar+ Xtra
  • 42…
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Thomas Kong62704 Thomas Kong62704 2 May 2020
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COVID-19 and Centlands

  • 1 Origin
  • 2 Reactions
    • 2.1 For the public
    • 2.2 For workers

The Ministry of Health of the Centlandian government had confirmed the first origin of Coronavirus was a Chinese people who had traveled to the surrounding border areas such as Cirquine and Nadreine, these peoples had gone there by an airplane from Xi'Ang to San Cants Pearson International Airport.


  • The country is on health alert since the start of March.
  • All events were suspended until July or until the notices.
  • Flights to Xi'Ang, Sainam, Pacifliavia, South Yarea, and Hokusei were supposed.
  • The government forced to wear mask who went outside.
  • Schools were closed in March.

  • The employes of the companies (expect office workers) were making face masks to serve the peoples.
  • Peoples used to do the health …



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DonaldoC1997 DonaldoC1997 17 April 2020
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Digital Terrestrial Television (South Matamah) - List of channels

Digital terrestrial television (Portuguese: Televisão Digital Terrestre, Mirandese: Telebison Digital Terrestre) broadcasts in South Matamah had two distinct phases. The first phase [help here, Test, something inspired by Quiero and ITV Digital] and the second phase started in September 2007 and is still available today. In both phases, its network was managed by Matamá do Sul Telecom in partnership with the main broadcast networks under Anacom's regulation. The analog blackout occurred on April 26th, 2012.


  • 1 Television channels
    • 1.1 National
    • 1.2 New Gasdrop
    • 1.3 Porto Claro
  • 2 Radio stations


  • 1 - TN1
  • 2 - TN2
  • 3 - SRT
  • 4 - EI
  • 5 - JMTV
  • 6 - Sexta
  • 7 - Asulobison
  • 8 - TN Regiões
  • 9 - TN Madésia
  • 20 - TN3
  • 21 - SRT Notícias
  • 22 - EI24
  • 23 - TSF TV
  • 24 - TN Extra
  • 25 - TN Memória
  • 26 - Sp…



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The Testcardiologist The Testcardiologist 14 March 2020
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Geian Archive

This is mostly going to be some kind of archive of Geian artifacts that I found. This might serve as inspiration for Gapia.


  • Archive of world maps (by me, curator of the Geian Archive)
  • More information on the history of Geia (and some of Gapia) (by mavb98)
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The Testcardiologist The Testcardiologist 9 January 2020
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Anglosovic Forces Broadcasting Service

Television started in 1975 to military bases in West Rialmany, in an area formerly partitioned by Anglosaw. The service was fed from coaxial cable and microwave links from Lendrins Weekend Television's facilities and spread by microwave to other bases. Initially, tapes of GRT, ITV and Channel 4 programming had to be flown in, live broadcasts didn't start until 1982 when the microwave link was completed. Additionally there was another service in Edrikhavn, that was set up under a separate entity, but was later "bought" by AFBS, yet was allowed to broadcast its own schedule.

The AFBS TV service used the 625-line PAL system, used in Anglosaw as well as West Rialmany. By 1982, it was available at 50 sites throughout northern and central regions…

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The Testcardiologist The Testcardiologist 27 December 2019
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Gapia Rewind 2019

"This is going to be better than YouTube Rewind" -nobody

Related: Gapia Rewind 2018

  • There were only two redrawings to the map in "the usual" months of February and May.
  • Malyra is handed over to Gineki. It ceases being a Korean-speaking country and becomes a greater Hong Kong (Malit). Oddly enough it's technically making loads of trade deals with the PRX despite the turmoil in Gonghei.
  • Following the controversial rip-off of the names "Mujuki" and "Kyojin" by none other than their creator (ChefHyenoPark) for a world of his (Nag), this time Gladekia got banned because some logos from Gapia were forcedly stolen. Its slot was later claimed by Eireland.
  • After inactivity, it was time for another user to be banned. RoonyCaryps72, the "Transanian impris…
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The Testcardiologist The Testcardiologist 15 December 2019
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Izzi DF

  • 2 - Ozteca 2
  • 3 - La Tres
  • 4 - Cuatro
  • 5 - Ozteca Cinco
  • 7 - Las Estrellas
  • 9 - Canal 9
  • 11 - Canal Once
  • 13 - Foro TV
  • 20 - TV UNAT
  • 23 - Canal 23
  • 27 - Capital 27
  • 30 - ODN 30
  • 34 - Texiquense TV
  • 38 - Excelsior TV
  • 40 - Una Voz con Todos
  • 45 - Canal Congreso
  • 52 - MVS TV
  • 70 - O+
  • 76 - Salud TV
  • 77 - Cadena H
  • 78 - Téxico Travel Channel
  • 79 - Acustik
  • 98 - Mosaico Interés General
  • 101 - Ozteca Cinco +1
  • 102 - Ozteca 2
  • 103 - La Tres
  • 104 - Cuatro
  • 105 - Ozteca Cinco
  • 107 - Las Estrellas
  • 108 - Las Estrellas +1
  • 109 - Canal 9
  • 111 - Canal Once
  • 113 - Foro TV
  • 114 - Multimedios+
  • 115 - VTV (Izzi Mexico 114, don't know what channel is this)
  • 117 - Compras TV
  • 120 - TV UNAT
  • 123 - Canal 23
  • 127 - Capital 27
  • 130 - ODN 30
  • 134 - Texiquense TV
  • 138 - Excelsior TV
  • 140 - Una Voz con Todos
  • 145 - Canal Congreso
  • 152 - MVS TV
  • 160 - …
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The Testcardiologist The Testcardiologist 11 December 2019
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StarHub

  • 5 - Channel 5
  • 8 - Channel 8
  • 12 - Suria
  • 100 - Preview channel
  • 101 - Hub E-City
  • 112 - Astro Warna
  • 114 - TN Internacional
  • 115 - TN3
  • 116 - SRT Internacional
  • 117 - Sigma Internacional
  • 118 - PFC
  • 119 - RTA Internacional
  • 121 - PCX Channel
  • 123 - Hub Sensasi
  • 125 - Zee TV
  • 126 - Star Plus
  • 127 - Sony Entertainment Television
  • 128 - Colors
  • 129 - Star Gold
  • 130 - Zee Cinema
  • 131 - Sony MAX
  • 132 - Colors Tamil
  • 133 - Sun TV
  • 134 - Sun Music
  • 135 - Star Vijay
  • 136 - Vannathirai
  • 138 - Zee Tamil
  • 139 - Asikainet
  • 141 - Kalaignar TV
  • 142 - EROS Bollywood On Demand
  • 143 - ANC
  • 144 - El Canal Gritanyés
  • 145 - Cinema Un Internacional
  • 146 - GMA Gritanya TV
  • 147 - GMA Life TV
  • 151 - BT
  • 152 - TVFMONDE Asikaï
  • 153 - RW Deutsch+
  • 157 - Zee TV HD
  • 158 - Zee News
  • 160 - Star Bharat
  • 161 - Goodtimes
  • 162 - NTV 24X7
  • 163 - SAB TV
  • 164 - …
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The Testcardiologist The Testcardiologist 28 November 2019
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Cablevisión Surodecia July 1995

A little experiment I felt like making, hope someone (maybe KansasJ) might adapt it into image. It's inspired by old channel lists from Argentine, Chilean and Peruvian operators from that time.

  • 2 - TVC
  • 3 - Prevue Latino
  • 4 - Telas
  • 5 - Telenueva
  • 6 - Megahertz
  • 7 - TVS
  • 8 - TVE
  • 9 - Red
  • 10 - Cartoon Network
  • 11 - UCS
  • 12 - Rait International
  • 13 - Surovisión
  • 14 - CCN: Cable Canal de Noticias (shut down in the late 90s)
  • 15 - ESPN
  • 16 - Telenoticias
  • 17 - Jupiter Comic
  • 18 - 
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  • 20 - Sat-N
  • 21 - 
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  • 39 - Televisión Nacional de Talcia - Imagen Internacional
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Thomas Kong62704 Thomas Kong62704 24 November 2019
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Cities and Districts in Malit



Emblem


Seal
City
Population
District

Kamsheng (金城)
TBA
Central District (中都區)

Jingsheng (精城)
TBA
Ponhoi District (旁海區)

Wingchau (泳洲)
TBA
Jimmei District (尖美區)

Zither (青琴)
TBA
Zither District (青琴區)

Emblem


Seal
City
Population
District

Lupura (鹿埔)
TBA
Kamhwah District (金華區)

Ningchau (寧洲)
TBA
Ningchau District (寧洲區)

Soonchau (信洲)
TBA
Soonchau District (信洲區)
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The Testcardiologist The Testcardiologist 20 November 2019
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Noubaiese TV schedule - July 22, 1992

Schedule for the four terrestrial channels of the time plus the "lost" fifth channel, TCNB, weeks short of reunification. All program information is in French.


  • 06:00 - Vidéotexte avec musique classique
  • 06:55 - Liste des programmes
  • 07:00 - Journal Télévisé
  • 07:20 - Mr. Almaniak
  • 07:21 - Météo
  • 07:25 - Écoutez-Voir avec La Première
  • 07:40 - Première Page: clin d'œil sur les principaux jornaux nationales et roterlanaises
  • 08:10 - TBA
  • 13:00 - Journal Télévisé
  • 19:30 - Journal Télévisé
  • 20:00 - Bourse jour à jour
  • 20:05 - Météo
  • 20:10 - Jeux sans frontières
  • 21:40 - TBA

UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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The Testcardiologist The Testcardiologist 11 November 2019
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List of former/renamed Gapian countries



Name
Cause
Date
"SSU"
Its real name was lost to time. Its territory was lost as part of a rearrangement of West Rainsaw.
February 2014
"CLU"
see above
February 2014
Chocaputa
The name has just about everything to annoy speakers of Portuguese and Spanish (and give pleasure to TV Maresol). Renamed Esciova.
2014
Saint Liberty
Renamed Liberty.
2014
Cazbekistan
The country that started it all (in 2011). Its owner was getting toxic but likely returned under a new structure. Now the country lives onas Cazbekia in Gapia, as its Belarus.
September 2014
Novalia
Bicentenarioandre was so selfish that the admins kicked him out of Geia. Later recycled as Dovalia and without many of the weird elements it had.
September 2015
Minaria
Same as above.…







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Mavb98 Mavb98 10 November 2019
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The Lost World of Geia

  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 Geia
    • 2.1 History
    • 2.2 Maps
      • 2.2.1 January/February 2014
      • 2.2.2 February 2014
      • 2.2.3 May 2014
      • 2.2.4 June 2014
      • 2.2.5 July 2014
      • 2.2.6 August 2014
      • 2.2.7 September 2014
      • 2.2.8 February 2015
      • 2.2.9 March 2015
    • 2.3 Memes
  • 3 Gapia
    • 3.1 History
    • 3.2 Maps
      • 3.2.1 May 2015
      • 3.2.2 June 2015
      • 3.2.3 July 2015
      • 3.2.4 August 2015
      • 3.2.5 September 2015
      • 3.2.6 October 2015
      • 3.2.7 November 2015
      • 3.2.8 December 2015
      • 3.2.9 January 2016
      • 3.2.10 February 2016
      • 3.2.11 March 2016
      • 3.2.12 June 2016
      • 3.2.13 August 2016
      • 3.2.14 October 2016
      • 3.2.15 January 2017
      • 3.2.16 June 2017
      • 3.2.17 September 2017
      • 3.2.18 February 2018
      • 3.2.19 June 2018
      • 3.2.20 December 2018
      • 3.2.21 February 2019

I was cleaning some files from the Downloads folder in one of my computers and I found some interesting things from "The Lost World" of Geia. I also remembered that in some F…


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The Testcardiologist The Testcardiologist 10 November 2019
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Horizon Television

Horizon Television is the name given to two commercial television stations (EHK and EXK) in the state of New Euslania and Kaidills, affiliated to the Transwest Broadcasting Company. The channel is owned by The Examiner-Horizon Company, who also owns the twin Etohart and Kaidills Examiner newspapers and local radio stations. Horizon broadcasts its multiplex on channel 6.


EXK-6 started broadcasting on December 11, 1961, two days after the first regional television station in Neurcasia ([GLV-10] in [Gippsland]) started broadcasting, and two days before the state government-backed Access (ATK-8 - now NTK). The Kaidills Examiner (from where the EX in the calls came) was interested in buying a television license as early as 1959, when television statio…


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The Testcardiologist The Testcardiologist 6 November 2019
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Sky New Eusland 2000

  • 0 - Mosaic
  • 1 - Sky 1
  • 2 - Sky Movies
  • 3 - TV3
  • 4 - Sky Moviemax
  • 5 - Sundance Channel
  • 6 - TCM
  • 7 - Hallmark Channel
  • 8 - Comedy Channel
  • 9 - OTN
  • 10 - Sky Sport
  • 11 - Sky Sport 2
  • 12 - ESPN
  • 13 - Trackside
  • 14 - National Geographic Channel
  • 15 - Discovery Channel
  • 16 - Animal Planet
  • 17 - CNN International
  • 18 - CNBC Asikai-Transalic
  • 19 - Sky News Neurcasia
  • 20 - GRT World
  • 21 - ENS International
  • 22 - Weather Channel (New Eusland MetService)
  • 23 - Juice TV
  • 24 - Prime TV
  • 25 - ITV World
  • 26 - Fashion TV
  • 27 - Cartoon Network
  • 28 - Nickelodeon
  • 29 - Disney Channel
  • 30 - Sky Sport Extra
  • 41 - TV One
  • 42 - TV2
  • 43 - TV3
  • 44 - TV4
  • 61 - HHK World Premium
  • 62 - Arirang TV
  • 63 - ETTV Deiwan
  • 64 - SET (Sanlih-E Television) Deiwan
  • 65 - Xi'Ang Television
  • 66 - Phoenix CNE
  • 67 - Star Plus Transalic
  • 71 - RNE National Radio
  • 72 -…
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The Testcardiologist The Testcardiologist 6 November 2019
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Sky Hispanic South Atlansia 2000

Inspiration: Sky Colombia (2000) and the provider still existing in South Atlansia because the merger was avoided.

  • 2 DOV - SDT
  • 6 DOV - Canal 6
  • 2 CIS - Atlánsia
  • 5 CIS - Azul Televisión
  • 7 CIS - Canal 7
  • 10 CIS - Telefe
  • 12 CIS - Canal 12
  • 2 SDC - TVC
  • 4 SDC - Telas
  • 5 SDC - Telenueva
  • 7 SDC - TVS1
  • 9 SDC - Red
  • 11 SDC - UCS
  • 13 SDC - Surovisión
  • 20 - Fox
  • 21 - MGM Family
  • 22 - Canal de las Estrellas
  • 23 - Hallmark
  • 24 - TNT
  • 25 - URA Network
  • 26 - Gems TV
  • 27 - Sony Entertainment Television
  • 28 - Warner Channel
  • 29 - E!
  • 30 - TBS
  • 50 - Eco
  • 51 - Expansión Financiera
  • 52 - The Weather Channel
  • 53 - CBS Telenoticias
  • 54 - Bloomberg TV
  • 55 - CNN en español
  • 56 - CNN International
  • 57 - EÑS
  • 58 - ENS International
  • 60 - Fox Sports
  • 61 - ESPN
  • 62 - ESPN2
  • 70 - Fox Kids
  • 71 - Nickelodeon
  • 72 - Cartoon Network
  • 73 - Discove…
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DonaldoC1997 DonaldoC1997 17 October 2019
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Eusloidian Follies

Eusloidian Follies is an Eusloidian satirical puppet television program created by Madeline Hillway, being produced by Houseway Productions and airing on EPT since 1989, currently being Eusloida's longest-running scripted program still in the air.


  • 1 History
  • 2 Format
  • 3 Recurring gags
  • 4 Famous puppets
  • 5 Broadcast
  • 6 Home video releases



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The Testcardiologist The Testcardiologist 20 September 2019
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Telstar

[EO] Telstar estas bluka telekomunika kompanio, fondita en 1989 kiel satelita televidokanalo.

[EN] Telstar is a Blukian telecommunications company, founded in 1989 as a satellite television channel. Since then the services have expanded to include a dedicated satellite platform. It is the leading platform (whatever Gineki thinks of it) in Bluko.

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Thomas Kong62704 Thomas Kong62704 19 September 2019
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About Sancantis

Entreprise de Boissons Sancantaises, S.A., commonly known as Sancantis, is a Centlandian beverage company, being founded in 1928. It is headquartered in San Cants. It has a variety of beverage ranges such as soft drinks, juice, bottled water, and beer.


Sancantis founded in 1928 as a small water bottling plant located in San Cants, being bottled from Juinie lake located in the western San Cants to there.

In 1931, Sancantis created a small brewery called Capitole. Later, they imported facilities from Roterlaine to create their own carbonated water formula and launched their sparkling water in 1948.

In 1953, Its fruit juice range Sancajuz was launched.

In 1958, its range of soft drinks was launched with the following flavors: cola, orange, lemon,…


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DonaldoC1997 DonaldoC1997 29 August 2019
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List of Presidents and Prime Ministers of Eusloida

Since the end of the Allied occupation in 1948, Eusloida has adopted a semi-presidential system, with its powers being split into two figures: the President of the Republic (head of state) and the Prime Minister (head of government). Traditionally, the President can be elected for two consecutive five-year terms, while the Prime Minister can be elected for unlimited four-year terms. Early legislative elections can be called in case of a motion of no confidence being approved, forcing the resignation of the Prime Minister, in case of the Prime Minister resigning due to social or political instability or in case of the Prime Minister dying during his term.

Since 1948, Eusloidian politics have been dominated by three parties: Liberal (centrist…

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DonaldoC1997 DonaldoC1997 26 August 2019
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Asulcabo - List of channels (2000)

Here we have it, folks: the final channel listing of the country's largest cable provider in the last year of the second millennium.




General
Channel 1
Channel 2
Channel 3
Channel 4
Channel 5
Channel 6
Channel 7
Channels 8-12
Channel 13




Jornal da Manhã TV
Asulobison

Regional channels
Canal Programação
Sports
Channel 15
Channel 16
Channel 17
Channel 18
Channel 19
Channel 20
Channel 21



Eurdesport News



Kids and family
Channel 25
Channel 26
Channel 27
Channel 28
Channel 29
Channel 30
Channel 31
Channel 32
Channel 33









General entertainment
Channel 40
Channel 41
Channel 42
Channel 43
Channel 44
Channel 45
Channel 46
Channel 47








Channel 48
Channel 49
Channel 50
Channel 51
Channel 52
Channel 53
Channel 54







Movies
Channel 60…

















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The Testcardiologist The Testcardiologist 15 August 2019
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Hokuseiese radio and TV timeline

  • 1 HHK radio
  • 2 AM commercial radio
  • 3 FM commercial radio
  • 4 HHK television
  • 5 Open University
  • 6 Commercial television
    • 6.1 Table


  • 0 - FM Kyokai (experimental, 1958-April 25, 1970)/Saikyo


  • 1 - Hokusei Television (HTV)/XCAX/August 28, 1953/Kanso
  • 2 - Saikyo Broadcasting System (SBS)/XCKR→XCRX/April 1, 1955/Kanso
  • 3 - Nishisaka Television (NTV)→Nishisaka Ashita Broadcasting (NAB)/XCBX→XCNR→XCAY/December 1, 1956/Kankai
  • 4 - Chubu-Hokusei Broadcasting (CBC)/XCAR→XCGX/December 1, 1956/Kyokai
  • 5 - Hokkaiji Broadcasting (HBC)/XCHR/1957/Hokkaiji
  • 6 - RKB Mainichi Broadcasting (rkb)/XCFR/April 1, 1958/Futoshioka
  • 7 - Sannan Broadcasting (RSK)/XCYR/June 1, 1958/Okamine
  • 8 - Nishihokusei Broadcasting (RNC)/XCKF/Kaki
  • never launched/Mainichi Western TV/XCGX/→XCFO, RKB Kitakyushima relayer…




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The Testcardiologist The Testcardiologist 9 August 2019
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Skycom Winter Springs 2000

This was the innaugural channel line-up of Skycom's Skycable, an all-digital regional MMDS operator that launched in May 2000 in selected areas of the province of Winter Springs in northern Eusloida. It was initially owned by Cheyennian group Craig Wireless before it was sold to Matrix in 2003 and sold to local investors in 2006, before being acquired by Eustel in 2008 and ending services in November 2009.

  • 2 - SEDS (Atlansique)
  • 3 - EPN-RRE
  • 4 - SENO (ECN)
  • 5 - SESX (Télésix)
  • 6 - SEWS (EPT)
  • 7 - SECI (SBC)
  • 8 - SEWB (EBS)
  • 9 - SEWG (Globetel)
  • 10 - ECN Plus
  • 11 - SELE (WSN)
  • 12 - SEIZ (EPT2)
  • 13 - REC
  • 14 - SEFH (RRE Un)
  • 15 - SEDF (RRE Deux)
  • 16 - HBC HiQ
  • 17 - ETN
  • 18 - MBS
  • 19 - Unine
  • 20 - RBC
  • 21 - HUNK
  • 22 - RC Télé
  • 23 - TVF
  • 24 - OTN
  • 25 - Neos
  • 26 - The Anime Central
  • 27 - SET
  • 28 …
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AmazingTLM AmazingTLM 19 July 2019
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The new Logofanonpedia

Today, Logofanonpedia got new look with fresh and clean, with a new logo to make uncluttered experience. In mark of the 6th anniversary of the wiki. We will add Discord chat soon!

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The Testcardiologist The Testcardiologist 28 June 2019
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Timeline of Pacifilavian television

  • August 1952: Television is introduced to Guara Nampur at the Anglosovic Radio and Accessories Manufacturers' Association (ARAMA). This was the second demonstration of television in Southeast Asikai, the first beind two years earlier in Great Gritain when GMA signed on.
  • July 1953: The proto-Pacifilavian government considers television to be "a risk" and that the costs were "too prohibitive".
  • August 31, 1957: The modern-day Federation of Pacifilavia is created. It is speculated that the first television channel in the country was to be run not by commercial enterprises but rather by the newly-formed federal government.

  • 1960: Television Pacifilavia is founded, broadcasting on channel 5 in Guara Nampur.
  • 1962: A second channel, Channel 8, is operat…

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The Testcardiologist The Testcardiologist 5 June 2019
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PCV Guara Nampur late 2000

Inspiration: http://web.archive.org/web/20010212112808/http://www.scv.com.sg/maxtv/plan.asp

  • 1 - PCV Preview (free)
  • 2 - Channel 5 (free)
  • 3 - Channel 8 (free)
  • 4 - Suria (free)
  • 5 - Asulo (free)
  • 6 - Central (free)
  • 7 - Channel NewsAsikai (free)
  • 8 - SportsCity (free)
  • 9 - BCP1 (free)
  • 10 - BCP2
  • 11 - NTV7 (free)
  • 12 - TVRP (free)
  • 13 - TV Pendidikan (free)
  • 14 - TV3 (free)
  • 15 - Guara Nampur Television (free)
  • 16 - RCTP (free)
  • 17 - Pacifilar (free)
  • 18 - Phoenix Chinese Channel
  • 19 - MTV SEA
  • 20 - Discovery Channel
  • 21 - GRT World
  • 22 - CNN International
  • 23 - CNBC Askai
  • 24 - ENS International
  • 25 - XTN (Deiwan)
  • 26 - Cartoon Network/TCM
  • 27 - Star World
  • 28 - AXN
  • 29 - SuperSports
  • 30 - MTV Mandarin
  • 31 - Football Channel
  • 32 - ESPN Asia
  • 33 - Star Sports
  • 34 - Sun TV
  • 35 - Innovations Channel
  • 36 - Disne…
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The Testcardiologist The Testcardiologist 3 June 2019
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Télécom NB TV

List of channels in accordance with the latest revision on April 1, 2020 All channels below 99 are part of the so-called "bouquet zero" (zero package).

  • 1 - Une (2 in Lumady)
  • 2 - Deux (50 in Lumady)
  • 3 - Télécorporation (93 in Lumady)
  • 4 - Galaxy (92 in Lumady)
  • 5 - Chaîne 5
  • 6 - arte
  • 7 - TVFMonde RGSN
  • 8 - Trois
  • 9 - La Zone
  • 10 - Le Journal 24
  • 11 - MV1
  • 12 - M9
  • 13 - Le Huit
  • 14 - Info
  • 15 - Elle
  • 16 - Galaxy 24
  • 17 - Sport
  • 18 - Ici
  • 21 - A1
  • 22 - TVR2
  • 23 - TVR3
  • 24 - TVR4
  • 25 - TVR5
  • 26 - TVRÔ
  • 27 - TMB
  • 28 - MVX
  • 29 - MVD
  • 30 - MV1 Séries Films
  • 31 - NRJ12
  • 32 - TMB
  • 50 - Boing
  • 51 - La5
  • 52 - 5 24
  • 91 - Television Lumadia (1 in Lumady)
  • 92 - One (3 in Lumady)
  • 93 - NET (4 in Lumady)
  • 100 - Canal+ NB
  • 101 - Canal+ Cinéma
  • 102 - Canal+ Séries
  • 103 - Canal+ Sport
  • 104 - Canal+ Décalé
  • 105 - Canal+ Family
  • 106 - Infos…
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Ootwar Ootwar 31 May 2019
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New design/advertising group S&K



Hey there! Do you need some branding and/or ads for your (fictional) TV channel, company, whatever? Would you be interested in working on adverts, logos, etc? If you said yes to either of these, Salovaara & Kukkonen Group got your back! We're a creative design and advertising group, which started off in the Dream Logos and Fiction Wikis, and we're looking to expand into other wikis and other clients.

Request, ask more questions, or get work as one of our designers, through our Discord: https://discord.gg/bqSFJMY

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The Testcardiologist The Testcardiologist 31 May 2019
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Anglosovic Satellite Broadcasting history

  • 1 Background
  • 2 IBA franchise
    • 2.1 Winning bid
  • 3 Winning bid
    • 3.1 Launch of the channels
  • 4 ASB Datavision
  • 5 Competition
  • 6 Failed merger with Sky
  • 7 New shareholders
  • 8 Entering the new millennium
    • 8.1 The creation of ITV plc
  • 9 Present day
  • 10 Carriage disputes

In 1977, the World Administrative Radio Conference assigned each country five high-powered channels for direct broadcast by satellite (DBS) for domestic use. In 1982 after being awarded two of the channels, and four-to-five years after the launches of GRT Knowledge and GRT Choice, the GRT proposed its own satellite service, with two conditions:

Used a satellite built by "United Satellite", a consortium of Anglosovic Aerospace, and Matra Marconi Space (the former Marconi Space merged with Matra's former Matra Espace, …


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The Testcardiologist The Testcardiologist 30 May 2019
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Anglosovic Satellite Broadcasting

  • 1 General
    • 1.1 Swap for Irleise
  • 2 Entertainment
  • 3 Lifestyle
  • 4 Sports
  • 5 Music
  • 6 Kids and family
  • 7 Movies
  • 8 Knowledge
  • 9 Religion
  • 10 News
  • 11 International
  • 12 Specialist
  • 13 Adult
  • 14 4K
  • 15 Radio
  • 16 Defunct channels

  • 1 - GRT One (Newland, Slenland, Lanzes)
  • 2 - GRT Two (Newland, Slenland, Lanzes)
  • 3 - ITV (Newland, Slenland, Lanzes)
  • 4 - Channel 4 (Newland, Slenland)
  • 4 - S4C (Lanzes)
  • 5 - Channel 5 (Newland, Slenland, Lanzes)
  • 6 - Percliff TV (Percliff)
  • 6 - GRT Ailda (Slenland)
  • 7 - S4C Dau (Lanzes)
  • 8 - Lendrins Live (Lendrins)
  • 8 - Channel 4 (Lanzes)
  • 9 - GRT Ailda (Newland, Lanzes, Irleise)
  • 11 - SBS One (Slenland)
  • 12 - SBS Two (Slenland)
  • 13 - Galedonian Television (Slenland)

  • 1 - RTÉ One
  • 2 - RTÉ2
  • 3 - TV3
  • 4 - TG4
  • 5 - 3e
  • 6 - be3
  • 11 - GRT One
  • 12 - GRT Two
  • 13 - UTV/Juvernian Television
  • 14 - Channel 4
  • 15 - Channel 5

  • 1…



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TheMaster001 TheMaster001 23 April 2019
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Back again

So yes. I'm back. Again.

Not guaranteeing that my activity will be constant, though. But still... Feels nice to be back.

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The Testcardiologist The Testcardiologist 13 March 2019
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Cablevisión Borvis

  • 2 - TVC
  • 3 - La Tele
  • 4 - Telas
  • 5 - Telenueva
  • 7 - TVS1
  • 8 - TVS24
  • 9 - Red
  • 11 - El Once
  • 12 - El 24
  • 13 - Surovisión
  • 14 - Surovisión Info
  • 15 - Telequince
  • 16 - Surovisión Xtra
  • 17 - Más TV
  • 19 - U
  • 23 - TVS2
  • 24 - TVS Kids
  • 97 - EWTV
  • 98 - Enlace
  • 99 - El Sembrador
  • 100 - Disney Junior
  • 102 - Disney Channel
  • 104 - Disney XD
  • 106 - Cartoon Network
  • 108 - Bunkix
  • 110 - Nickelodeon
  • 112 - Nicktoons
  • 114 - Nick Jr.
  • 116 - Tiin
  • 118 - Boomerang
  • 120 - Discovery Kids
  • 122 - Bunkix Recreo
  • 124 - Canal Panda
  • 126 - Baby TV
  • 128 - Bunkix Pop
  • 130 - Biggs
  • 132 - Toonami
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Gineki Gineki 27 February 2019
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Maps of Gapia 2019

The new maps of the world of Gapia, in effect from today:

In Spanish: https://i.imgur.com/BlsjwWx.png

In english: https://i.imgur.com/pLp2i03.png

Wiki format: https://i.imgur.com/F6cjcXr.png

Only continents format: https://i.imgur.com/QZ4ywvg.png

Transparent format: https://i.imgur.com/LqpzhXN.png

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Thomas Kong62704 Thomas Kong62704 20 February 2019
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Centenime or Centlandian animations

NOTE: This is a raw version. This will later be translated to the Spanish wiki.

Centenime is a term of Centlandian-produced animation or anime, Its history begins at the 2000s as the first hokuseise anime-inspired short introduced. It just like most of original animations of countries, it airs in the various TV channels, some works also expended to worldwide.


  • 1 History
    • 1.1 Beginning
    • 1.2 First Centenime on TV
  • 2 Studios
  • 3 Known works


Until the millennium, there're only exported animation can be seen on TV.

In 2000s, A local anime fan called Louis Douget (nicknamed LouDo) post its fan-made experimental animation on internet. After the posted


February 18, 2014, the first Centenime were aired on TV, It was Tiny Thief the Series by Videocalia Animation under th…





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The Testcardiologist The Testcardiologist 14 February 2019
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Teletext in Eusqainia

Until the mid-2010s, the nations in the so-called region of Eusqainia had teletext services. These, alongside the ones in Azorita, were the only nationwide services of any sort.

Eusqainic teletext services ran on an NTSC-friendly service, as the standard was selected by the three (four before 1972) countries. They were rendered obsolete by "interactive platforms" due to the usage of the DVB-H platform. Today, television sets sold in these countries can pick up datacasting services in a similar way to other countries like Palesia, Hokusei and Great Gritain, who accepted the adoption of the Hokuseiese standard.


Oddly enough, it was Eusloida, the smallest of the countries, to begin experimenting with teletext services. It is known that Eusloidi…


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The Testcardiologist The Testcardiologist 10 February 2019
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Flow Capital y Gran Velgrano

  • 1 - Cablevisión On Demand
  • 7 - Canal de la Ciudad (SD)/Somos
  • 8 - Metro
  • 9 - Atlánsia
  • 10 - Telefe
  • 11 - Televisión Pública
  • 12 - TV Futuro
  • 13 - El Cinco
  • 14 - El Doce
  • 15 - TN
  • 16 - A24
  • 17 - C5N
  • 18 - Canal 26
  • 19 - LN+
  • 20 - Noticias CI
  • 21 - Ciudad Magazine
  • 22 - Net
  • 23 - Encuentro
  • 30 - Kzo
  • 36 - Diputados Televisión (SD)
  • 90 - 90 Digital
  • 100 - DeporTV
  • 101 - TyC Sports
  • 102 - ESPN
  • 103 - ESPN2
  • 104 - ESPN3
  • 105 - ESPN+
  • 106 - NASN
  • 107 - NASN+
  • 108 - NASN 360
  • 109 - TNT Sports
  • 110 - TNT Sports 2
  • 111 - TNT Sports 3
  • 112 - El Garage TV
  • 113 - Golf Channel
  • 114 - NBL TV
  • 115 - DSport
  • 116 - UBF Network
  • 117 - Atlánsia Sports
  • 123 - Fox Sports Premium
  • 125 - Gol TV
  • 139 - PFC
  • 140 - GFC Network
  • 200 - Paka Paka
  • 201 - Disney Channel
  • 202 - Nickelodeon
  • 203 - Cartoon Network
  • 204 - Disney XD
  • 205 - Discovery Kids
  • 206 - Bunkix
  • 207…
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The Testcardiologist The Testcardiologist 26 January 2019
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Gapia Rewind Map Edition

GAPIA REWIND: MAP EDITION

From Paint to Photoshop in seven years

For mobile users without the Imgur app, click on the options and then "open in new tab".


We start off with Geia, the predecessor of Gapia. It started on July 4, 2013 by members of the Brazilian fictional television scene, its creator already had an idea back in 2011 for what was Cazbekistan (now Cazbekia, Gapia's Belarus). The oldest maps were on Minus and were removed from the internet due to instabilities the site had (Minus shut down sometime in 2015). However, in November 2019 mavb98 unearthed some of these rare gems from prior to late 2014, from when Geia was barely one year old.


https://i.imgur.com/MnNJjBy.jpg

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The Testcardiologist The Testcardiologist 26 December 2018
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Gapia Rewind 2018

  • This year, the map was redrawn in February, June and December, each map being better than the last one.
  • About a dozen new countries joined, mostly on the Spanish wiki.
  • Ibergia (Georgia) was collapsed into Arnelia. Azeria collapsed into Tursia. As compensation, one of the new countries, Vardensbinia, despite being similar to Georgia, has its own language and culture, yet still houses South Oselania.
  • Eguzkia and Ilargia used to be in Central Asikai, but later moved south, between Dersian and Ralebistan.
  • Noega was claimed by Vengatio1.
  • Meridecia returned to its old configuration, Arabsia in the west and Afronia in the east.
  • The infamous RoonyCaryps72 joined by claiming the Fernandine Islands, Nabacasgar and Tigrinia within about a month. He loses h…
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SonicAlexanderDX97 SonicAlexanderDX97 10 December 2018
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New name for Shokugeki

To avoid confusions with Shokugeki No Soma (Food Wars), there's an elections for the name.

Candidate Names

  • Shougeki (ショウゲキ )
  • Shokudan (ショクダン)
  • Shokaiden (ショカイデン)
  • Konoshoka (コノショカ )
  • Shodaikuma (ショダイクナ )
  • Or a more original name

The name will be decided, and I'll still in charge for the country.

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The Testcardiologist The Testcardiologist 29 November 2018
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Television in Irleise

Irleise, one of the four constituent countries of Anglosaw, first witnessed television in 1953 when the GRT set up two transmitters, not reaching the capital until 1955. Commercial television arrived under the "two regions" system similar to Slenland, where most of the historical province of Ulstein got Ulstein Television and the rest got Juvernian Television. The sub-country's own broadcaster, RTÉ, did not launch its television service until 1961.

Today, television in Irleise is somewhat in a rebellious state. Currently there is a significant amount of local productions, including Fair City, but are largely unheard of in other parts of Anglosaw, particularly Newland itself.


  • 1 History
  • 2 Channels
    • 2.1 Former channels
  • 3 Notable shows
  • 4 Rights disputes
    • 4.…

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The Testcardiologist The Testcardiologist 24 November 2018
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Eustel Cable

Eustel Cable is the name given to Eustel's cable operations.


Cable television arrived to Eusloida in 1968. Until the mid-80s, Cablevision in Geerlesia eas the only cable operator, and it initically carried a basic community channem with a pay movie channel following later. Due to the rudimentary nature of its operations, it was impossible for Eusloida to continue developing its cable infrastructure. This was alleviated in 1986, when border towns added relays of Hisqish and Jysannian over the air networks as well as some cable channels. This was proven to be difficult in the birder with Jysannia, as the country was still in a dictatorship.

In 1989, Eusloida Telecom launched a pilot project called Telecom Cable Geerlesia; further pilots in Win…


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