Following its original launch in December 1995 as a project of the Roman Catholic Church, TV3's programming focused initially on family, moral and ethical values. In November 2004 the station was renamed Prva TV ('First TV)'), broadcast from new premises and also transmitted via satellite to the entire country. In July 2006 the station was taken over by Swedish international firm Modern Times Group MTG AB and the channel's name was changed back to TV3, this time in reference to the Modern Times Group's corporate brand TV3 Viasat. Today TV3's programming comprises mainly entertainment shows, including films, serials, reality TV, interactive programmes, video clips and sports.
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