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T-Plus Logo 1995 T-Plus Logo 1998-99.svg Т-Плюс 1999 T-Plus Logo 2007.svg T-Plus Logo 2010.svg T-Plus Logo
1995-1998 1998-1999 1999-2007 2007-2010 2010-2019 2019-present

1995-1998

T-Plus Logo 1995

T-Plus launched as regional TV channel (broadcasted in Saint-Petersburg, Russia) in January 21, 1995.

1998-2010

T-Plus Logo 1998

1998-1999

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1999-2007

Т-Плюс 1999

2007-2010

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2010-2019

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2019-present

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VTE Aurantius Media Group
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Aurantius Television
T-Plus (International: Europe, United Kingdom, America, North) | Strelka (Other, International) | TTV | Kanal U | STR | Lava News Russia & CIS1 | CN1 | RTC1 (Russia, Caucasus, Middle Lands) | 36Russia1 | Jetix Russia1


Other assets
TSN | Radio Express


Defunct
Strelka Kriminaly i Proishestviya | Strelka Klassika | Strelka Anime/Strelka Mult | Strelka Moda | Strelka Sport | Strelka Mix | Strelka 18-plus | Arrow Satellite | FTMedia InterNational | T-Plus International | FTDesign | UNB | G4 | TMK (cable) | CTA | TMK Russia


Disbanded
Kinoserial2 | TMK Asia Corporation | TMK Conlandia

1Under license from CPN Holdings

2 Formerly a joint venture with Moscow Television Media

CPN Media Group owns a minority stake in AMG (12%).

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