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Ice Hockey

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

An Ice Hockey Wiki article.

Serbia and Montenegro were a union that existed between 2003 and 2006. They had been part of Yugoslavia.

Montenegro declared independence on June 3,2006. Serbia declared independence on June 5, 2006.

The union was in southeastern Europe and had a population of about 11,000,000.


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Up to date as of February 07, 2010
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From Lostpedia

Lost is broadcast in Serbia in English with Serbian subtitles by the television station Pink under the title Izgubljeni. The first airdate was October 1, 2005, when the country's official name was still "Serbia and Montenegro". Beginning September 22, 2008, Lost began to be broadcast by Fox TV Serbia (Fox Televizija Srbija), beginning at Season 1.

  • Title Izgubljeni ( Изгубљени )
  • Broadcast by RTV Pink and Fox TV Serbia
  • When - Mondays 19.00h (Fox TV Serbia)
  • Dubbed - No
  • Subtitled - Yes

RTV Pink

RTV Pink is a TV network based in Serbia (the former Yugoslavia) with stations in several nearby countries of the former Yugoslavia such as Bosnia and Montenegro. The parent company is called "RTV Pink International", owned by Željko Mitrović.

TV Pink is mostly known for a mix of light entertainment, mostly a compilation of movies, US and Latin soap operas and talk shows. Criticisms include that Pink channels promote the turbo-folk music genre, as well as being generally sensationalistic, a general perception of the channel which may partially explain Lost's general lack of popularity in this country.

RTV Pink has the rights to broadcast Lost in Serbia, Montenegro, and Bosnia, and as of April 2008 had purchased and broadcast Season 1 and Season 2 only. A small station called Alternativna Televizija (aTV) broadcast Seasons 1 through 4 in Bosnia, although it is believed they did not officially have the rights to do so.

See also

External links

  • Official Site
  • Paradox of Pink (Columbia Journalist Review)
  • Pink Files (by B92 - in Serbian)
  • Fox TV Serbia - Lost page



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