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|Slogan||Nie bawisz sie, nie żyjesz! (Not playing not living)|
|Picture format||576i (16:9 SDTV)|
|Sister channels||4Fun Dance
|Launched||14 February 2004 (2004-02-14)|
|UPC Poland||Channel 770|
|Hot Bird 13C||10758 V (FTA)|
|Cyfrowy Polsat||Channel 182|
|Hubert Borsukiewicz Plus||Channel 724|
|Orange TV||Channel 676|
On November 27, 2003, Nova Communications (later 4fun Media) signed a satellite transmission agreement with Canal+ Sp. z o.o. for the upcoming music channel. On February 14, 2004, 4fun.tv began broadcasting tests, and the licence for satellite broadcasting of the channel was granted to the broadcaster by Krajowa Rada Radiofonii i Telewizji on May 14, 2004. For some time in 2012, the videos broadcast on 4fun.tv and on the sister channel RBL.TV were broadcast on Puls 2.
The channel presents mainly music videos, music programs, interactive programs in Dolby Digital Plus audio transmission and compression standard. In 2013, 4Fun Media created a 4Fun App for its audiences - a second screen application that allows access to additional content, quizzes and live contact with audiences.
In 2016, the satellite operator Eutelsat awarded the station with an award in the category of the Best Musical Channel. 4fun.tv was the only award-winning Polish station in the Eutelsat TV Awards 2016 competition.
In 2007, the Krajowa Rada Radiofonii i Telewizji expressed reservations about programmes which may depress and adversely affect the moral and mental development of young people broadcast during a protected period (6 a.m. - 2 p.m.) and without proper designation (programmes only for persons over 18 years of age). The station ignored the Broadcasting Council's warnings and therefore threatened to withdraw the licence of the station, and consequently close and end the channel broadcasting.
- "Ruszyła nowa polska telewizja" (in Polish). www.wirtualnemedia.pl. Retrieved 21 November 2017.
- "Muzyka od 4fun Media w TV Puls 2". wirtualnemedia.pl. Retrieved 19 July 2012.
- "4fun.tv i TV.DISCO w DVB-T". satkurier.pl. Retrieved 25 February 2014.
- Jerzy Kruczek (29 August 2007). "4fun.tv straci koncesję?". satkurier.pl. Retrieved 29 August 2007.
- Official website (in Polish)
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