A list of Icelandic TV channels. All popular TV channels in Iceland have been included. In this day and age, virtually every country has its own set of television networks. TV originally evolved from radio, and up until the last few decades, virtually all television content was broadcast over the air. Today, cable and satellite providers directly broadcast much of what is watched. Programming can be created both in house, or by a studio or other production facility that is sometimes directly affiliated with the station. Television shows can also be imported (and exported) to other countries, often through syndication. While satellite and cable currently take all the glory, over-the-air broadcasting is not being left behind as many countries are making the switch from analogue to digital broadcasts.
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Nat Geo Wild
Note: Previously called Sirkus and before that Popp Tíví
Omega Christian television channel
SkjárEinn Entertainment channel
Stöð 2 Extra
Note: Previously called Sirkus.
Stöð 2 Sport
Note: Previously called Sýn
Stöð 2 Sport 2
Note: Previously called Sýn 2