TV Doma

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Television Doma ("Doma" means "At home" in Slovak) is the first television channel aimed at young, active people in Slovakia.

The channel, which launched on 31 August 2009, is owned by Central European Media Enterprises (through WarnerMedia/AT&T) and currently has a reach of approximately 95% of the country's 5.4 million people and broadcasts 24 hours per day.

Television Doma showcases top foreign series, soap-operas, shows and movies targeted at young female viewers. This includes CME's own regionally produced programs, highly rated European series, the most popular and newest Latin American, Turkish and Indian soap-operas, infotainment shows and lifestyle programs, romantic themed Fridays & Saturdays with romantic movies made by novels by Rosamunde Pilcher, Inga Lindström, Lilly Schönauer, Danielle Steel, Emilie Richards, Barbara Wood, Utta Danella, Charlotte Link, Robin Pilcher, Katie Fforde, Dora Heldt and Harlequin movies, as well as a la mode Sundays with American or European movies.

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