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Tien (first era)

1996-2004

Tien 1996

In 1996, Tien was launched under Inter Media Group's ownership. In late 2003, the channel was bought by Paul de Havik, owner of Havik.

10

2004-2013

Tien 2004

In February 2004, Tien changed its brand name to 10.

Tien (second era)

2013-present

Tien 2013

In 2013, 10 was aligned with the rest of the Havik group and was renamed back to Tien.


Broadcast television networks in Alliancia
Nationwide broadcast networks:
RTA1 | RTA2 | RTA3 | All 5 | RTL6 | RTL7 | SBS8 | Tien | RTL11 | Twaalf | SBS13 | Veronica 1

Nationwide speciality channels:
RTA1 Extra | RTA2 Extra | RTA Nieuws | TVA Politiek | RTA Sport | Twaalf Plus | 4Tien | RTLZ


Regional stations:
VT4 (Greater Vanderdam) | Omrop Myslân (Mrysland) | RTV Noord (Vraniggen) | RTV Breithe (Breithe) | RTV Oost (Obervessel) | Omroep Zeiderland (Zeiderland)


Defunct:
Talpa

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Havik Group
Formats:
A+B | Challenger | Domino | Sink or Swim | Stardom

Havik Films & Television:
Havik Studios | Havik Drama | Havik Factual | Havik Fiction | Havik Kids


Havik International:
Havik EMEM:
Havik Anglosaw (33North | BigB | Bluntforce | Bluntforce Lanzes) | Havik Arabsia | Havik Dalagara | Havik Itainia | Havik Konekidi | Havik Latinolia | Havik Matamá do Sul | Havik Meridecia | Havik Nordesen | Havik Rialuschtland | Havik Rivland | Havik Roterlânie (196TV) | Havik Soure | Havik Talcia

Havik Atlansias:
Havik Atlansia (EyeSee | Shining | Total Compass) | Havik Cisplatina | Havik Eusqainia | Havik Palésia | Havik Surodecia | Havik Téxico

Havik Asikai Transalic:
Havik Centerres | Havik Gonghei | Havik Gran Gritanya | Havik-HMS | Havik Istia | Havik Kalandia | Havik Neurcasia (Anomaly Films) | Havik Yarea


Havik Kanaalgroep / Havik Broadcasting:
Alliancia:
Tien | 4Tien
Soure:
Monden | MondenXtra
Cardinalia:
Telegala

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