MTV Rocks (Europe)

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MTV Rocks
MTV Rocks 2017 logo.svg
Launched 27 May 2014
Owned by Viacom International Media Networks Europe
Picture format 16:9, 576i (SDTV)
Language English
Broadcast area
Headquarters London
Replaced MTV Rocks (UK & Ireland)
Sister channel(s) MTV Europe
MTV Base
MTV Classic
MTV Dance
MTV Hits
MTV Live HD
MTV Music
VH1 Europe
VH1 Classic
Availability
Satellite
NC+
(Poland)
Channel 152
Dolce
(Romania)
Channel 455
TV Vlaanderen Digitaal
(Belgium)
Channel 41
NOS
(Portugal)
Channel 141
NTV Plus
(Russia)
frequency 12284 R
Canal+
(Spain)
Channel 82
Cable
UPC Romania Channel 108 (digital)
Channel 606 (digital with DVR)
NOS
(Portugal)
Channel 152
Hot
(Israel)
Channel 93
Naxoo
(Switzerland)
Channel 133
@Home
(Netherlands)
Channel 176
UPC Poland
(Poland)
Channel 779
Vectra
(Poland)
Channel 603
Numericable Channel 265
IPTV
iNES
(Romania)
Channels Vary
T-Home
(Hungary)
Channels Vary
Stream TV
(Russia)
Channel 10
Movistar TV
(Spain)
Channel 117
MAX TV
(Croatia)
Channel 604
Vodafone Greece
(GR)
Channel 70

MTV Rocks is a 24-hour rock/alternative music channel from Viacom International Media Networks Europe that launched on 27 May 2014, replacing MTV Rocks UK version. The channel is widely available throughout Europe, except United Kingdom and Ireland.

Programmes[edit]

  • Biggest! Hottest! Loudest!
  • AM Mayhem
  • The 10 Biggest Tracks Right Now!
  • Rocks Rated!
  • All Night Session
  • 100% Anthems
  • Saturday Night Rocks!
  • Dance's Sunday Sessions

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