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Telekom Sport

Telekom TV (previously Dolce) is a satellite television platform of Telekom Romania, a Romanian telephony and Internet provider. It operates on the satellite: 39°E, Hellas Sat 3. As of 2008, Dolce has more than 9 million customers.[1]

Own channels

Telekom Sport (named Dolce Sport until 12 September 2017) is a sports television that was launched on 28 July 2010,[2] available only in the Telekom and the NextGen networks. It is also broadcast in high definition and has five secondary channels from Telekom Sport 2 to 6.[3]

It has been broadcasting, among other competitions, matches from Liga I[4], Cupa României, Liga II, UEFA Champions League (continuously from 2010),[2][5]UEFA Europa League [5]Premier League, La Liga, Bundesliga, DFB-Pokal, Turkish Super Cup (in year 2015), Women's and Men's EHF Champions League, WTA Tour Championships (until 2016), Formula One (since the 2014 season),[6]ATP World Tour Masters 1000, NBA (continuously since 2010) [7]NFL, NHL, Italian Volleyball League

In 2016, Dolce Sport was the official broadcaster in Romania for the European Championship[8].


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