Channel Two is the secondary flagship television channel of the YBC in YinYangia. It was launched in 1958. It is YinYangia's leading English-language channel.
- 1 History
- 2 Stations
- 3 Programming
- 4 Gallery
Channel Two was launched on July 1, 1958 as TBC2. The channel was launched in color. The channel operated from 18:00-0:00. From 1960, the network started to run nine hours from 12:00 pm to 9:00 pm. From 1964, the network started to run 18 hours from 6:00 am to 12:00 pm. And 24 hours from 1987.
On May 6, 1961, both TBC and TBC2 were shut down due to a power problem on the TV Tower. Three years later, they returned back on air.
In 1978, their first slogan, "This is where you are!", was launched, but it was changed in 1983.
After Toralaq Republic was dissolved in 1999, TBC was split, and TBC2 was renamed to NTVC 2.
After the merger of NTVC and VoY, NTVC 2 was renamed to Channel Two.
- Malodin - YNP2 (Channel 2)
- Uryangken - YXUS (Channel 4)
- Tawzihila - YS8V (Channel 6)
- Dursha - YAA5S (Channel 8)
- Salem - Y19M (Channel 9)
- Hanzhuan - YHMO (Channel 11)
- Seven Streets
- The Past
- YinYangia's Got Talent!
- Who wants to be a Millionare? (YinYangia)
- Deal? Or no Deal? (YinYangia)
- Spongebob Squarepants (2000-Present)
- Danny Phantom (2005-Present)
- Make It Pop (2016-present)
- Channel Two News
- Breakfast at Two
- Lunch at Two
- Nighttime at Two
Foreign Programming (Drama/Soap Opera/Sitcom)
- Broadchurch (United Kingdom) [2016-Present]
- Crayon Shin-chan (2001-Present, FUNimation dub)
- One Piece (2008-Present, FUNimation (US) Dub)
- Doraemon (1999-present; Piramcaian DHX Media dub)
- Praise from The God (1998-Present)
- Stories for Christians (2007-Present)
- My Life Me (Canada) [2012-2013]
- Oggy and the Cockroaches (France) [1999-2015]
- Totally Spies! (France/Canada) [2002-2017]
Foreign programming (Drama/Soap operas/Sitcom)
- Friends (United States) [1995-1998]