TV3 was once a Scandinavian tv channel

In January 1988, TV3 went on air in Norway. Before that, it had been on air in Sweden and Denmark since autumn 1987. The channel started up thru a company called SCANSAT. However, it took some months for it to establish itself. However, TV3 got a very good start because of Rupert Murdoch decision to change Sky Channel totally on 5th of February 1989.

This was the ident that TV3 got famous for. They used it from 1991 to 1993 and had the Danish, Swedish and Norwegian colours in it. But as with every good tale, the company behind TV3 decided to change this by split TV3 into 3 different tv channels.

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