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Chaîne R is a Roterlanese commercial broadcast television network that is owned by Groupe MV1. The network is headquartered in Trendon. It was founded in 1986 as Telecinq before taking on its current name in 1992.

Télécinq

1986-1991

Telecinq86

Chaîne R was launched as Télécinq in February 20, 1986 as part of the Itainian media conglomerate Mediaset.

1991-1992

Telecinq91

Chaîne R

1992-1995

In 1992, after declaring bankruptcy, Télécinq's assets were acquired by Groupe MV1 as the channel was renamed Chaîne R. Days after the former service shut down, a transitional service managed by MV1 started and later became the rebranded channel.

1995-2002

Chaine R 1995

2002-2008

Chaine R 2002

2008-2013

Chaîne R 2008

2013-present

Chaîne R
Broadcast television networks in Roterlaine
Major networks:
MV1 | TVR2 | TVR3 | Canal+ | Le Huit | M9

Minor networks:
Chaîne R | W6 | TMB | TVR4 | TVR5 | Arte | TVRÔ


Speciality digital channels:
MVD | MVX | MV1 Séries Films | NRJ 12 | T16 | Ici | LCC | LCI | Canal 13 | i-Télé | Canal Beat

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Groupe MV1
General channels: MV1 | Chaîne R | TMB1
Digital channels: MVX | MV1 Séries Films | MVD | Série Club2 | LCI
Cable and satellite channels: TV Breizh | Ushuaïa TV | Histoire TV | Stylia | MV1 Monde3

Others:
MV1 Video | Tele Shopping | MV1 Enterprises | MV1 Games | MV1 Licences | MV1 Musique | MV1 Droits Audiovisuels | MV1 Production | MV1 Films Production | MyMV1 | E-MV1 | Wat | MV1 Publicité | Metronews | MV1 International


Defunct:

1Co-owned with the Government of Monasbourg.
2Co-owned with Groupe M9.
3Only available outside Roterlaine.

Groupe MV1
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