QOOB

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QOOB
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Launched30 November 2005 as You Open Source
8 April 2006 as MTV Flux
Closed3 November 2009
Owned by51% Telecom Italia Media
49% Viacom
Picture format576i 4:3 SDTV
CountryItaly
LanguageItalian
Replaced byCanalOne
Websiteqoob.tv

QOOB was an Italian television channel owned by MTV Italy, launched in 2005 and permanently closed in 2009.

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Was launched in November 2005 as Your Open Source on Telecom Italia Media analogue television frequencies.

Broadcasting indie music videos and user-generated content, on 8 April 2006 was renamed as Flux and later, on 30 November 2006, was again renamed as QOOB.

From 1 January 2009[1] to 9 February 2009, Telecom Italia Media has temporarily stopped broadcasting[2] and definitively closed on 3 November 2009.

A program called The QOOB Factory on MTV Brand New broadcast user-generated videos from QOOB website.

On 30 June 2011 QOOB was replaced by a new channel called CanalOne.

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