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|Launched||2 November 2005|
|Closed||8 April 2006|
|Owned by||MTV Networks Europe|
|Replaced by||MTV Flux|
|Website||www.yos.it (at time of closure)|
On 1 November 2005, Telemarket from Italy ceased terrestrial transmissions via analogue means. From now on it was only be available on satellite and DVB-T. Terrestrial frequencies have been replaced by a rather weird testcard from www.yos.it, and it was also available via satellite.
The next day, a mysterious testcard from last night had surprisingly turned into XXXX, a new indie music channel from MTV Italy. It might have been the Italian version of MTV2 in its pre-launch state, because an MTV2 ident had been spotted and also a short new music bulletin made by 'La7 Televisioni s.p.a.' which was tightly connected to MTV Italia, because it's fully part of Telecom Italia Media, which also owns 51% of MTV Italia. In addition, on satellite the provider of the channel is identified as TIMB1, and TIMB means Telecom Italia Media Broadcasting.
Five months later, a countdown had started on Flux. The next day, MTV Flux launched. To promote this, Flux has added a caption 'FLUX.TV' near the existing logo on 28 April 2006.
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