|Launched||28 August 1995|
|Owned by||Talpa Network|
|Picture format||1080i HDTV|
(downscaled to 16:9 576i for the SDTV feed)
|Audience share||7.4% (2019, SKO)|
|Digitenne||Channel 6 (HD)|
|Canal Digitaal||Channel 6 (HD)|
|Joyne||Channel 6 (HD)|
|Ziggo||Channel 6 (HD)|
Channel 930 (SD)
|Caiway||Channel 6 (HD)|
|Kabel Noord||Channel 6 (HD)|
|DELTA||Channel 6 (HD)|
|KPN||Channel 6 (HD)|
|Tele2 Netherlands||Channel 6 (HD)|
|T-Mobile Netherlands||Channel 6 (HD)|
|Ziggo GO||ZiggoGO.tv (Europe only)|
|KPN iTV Online||Watch live (Europe only)|
SBS6 is a Dutch commercial TV channel and is a part of Talpa TV, formerly known as SBS Broadcasting B.V. and now owned by Talpa Network. Other channels of the group in the Netherlands are Net5, Veronica and SBS9.
SBS stands for Scandinavian Broadcasting System. When the SBS Broadcasting Group started expanding outside of Scandinavia in 1995, one of the first countries where they set up a channel was the Netherlands with SBS6. SBS6 was the third Dutch commercial TV station after RTL 4 and RTL 5. SBS6 launched on 28 August 1995.
When SBS6 was launched, they were in a tough competition with the channel Veronica, which started as a commercial station at the same time. Both SBS6 and Veronica wanted to be on channel 6 of the viewer's television.
The German ProSiebenSat.1 Media took over the parent company, SBS Broadcasting Group, on 27 June 2007. In 2011, all of SBS's activities in the Netherlands (through SBS Broadcasting B.V.), including the three TV stations (SBS6, Net5 and Veronica), the two TV guides (Veronica Magazine and Totaal TV), production, design and text activities were sold to a joint venture between Sanoma Media Netherlands (67%) and Talpa Holding (33%).
On 10 April 2017 Talpa Holding acquired a 67% stake from Sanoma Media Netherlands.