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TMK 2000 TMK 2017 TMK 2019
2000-2017 2017-2018 2019-2020

Original

TeleMirKabel

2000-2017

TMK 2000

TMK was launched on February 1, 2000 as an analog cable provider.

In 2017, Strelka owned a 50% stake in TMK. Later, it would own a 100% stake.

Tvoy Mashupskiy Kabel

2017-2018

TMK 2017

In November 2017, there was a rebranding with a simple logo.

TMK was discontinued and closed on June 18, 2018, replaced by Arrow Satellite.

Revival

Tvoy Miksoviy Kabel

2019-2020

TMK 2019

Before Arrow Satellite's shut down, some old stuff of AS and the old TMK decided to revive the TMK. It revived successfully on February 1, 2019.

It shut down again on February 28, 2020.


VTE Aurantius Media Group
AMG Logo

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


Production companies
Orange Cube Productions | Saint-Petersburgs Studio


Other assets and companies
TSN | Radio Express | Driver (Driver International Communications) | NRWC Russia, CIS & Baltic | Strelka (streaming service)


Defunct
Strelka+ | 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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