Vision One is a public free-to-air television channel in Kuboia, which began transmitting on 4th January, 1988 as Vision Network. The channel’s original purpose was to provide an alternative to what was Kuboia’s only main television channel at the time, KBG 1. As such, Vision One was the first television channel to launch in Kuboia after it became its own country.
Plans for a second television channel in Kuboia were announced in April 1987. The name The Vision Network first appeared in newspapers on 2nd September, 1987, with an expected launch of early 1988. The channel was launched on 4th January, 1988 at 10:30a.m. as Vision Network. Prior to 1993, the channel aired every weekday from 4:30p.m. to 10:30p.m. and every Saturday and Sunday from 10:30a.m. to 10:30p.m. From 1st September, 1993, the channel aired everyday from 7:00a.m. to 10:30p.m.
On 14th July, 1997, Vision Network was renamed Vision 1.
Vision 1 was renamed to Vision One on 16th February, 2004.
Although a Kuboian channel, Vision One has began to transmit to various countries throughout its lifetime. However, it should be noted that in most of the listed countries, it is only available on premium cable services.
- United Kingdom
Vision One +1
A one-hour timeshift of the channel, originally titled Vision 1 +1, now called Vision One +1, was launched on 23rd January, 2004.
Vision One +2
A two-hour timeshift of the channel, called Vision One +2, was made temporarily available from 17th October to 13th November in 2016. It was relaunched on 9th April, 2018.
Vision One HD
A HD version of the channel, called Vision One HD, was launched on 13th February, 2012. It should not be confused with Vision HD.
- NorthVision - Fahrbahnin, Hausekeep, Kuboian Cliffs
- EastVision - Gutstone, Jaillage, Reichetto
- SouthVision - Espanbute, Estadville, Kuboian Borders
- WestVision - Britribute, Goodghetto, Meifahrn
Please note that this list is far from complete.
- Main article: Children's Vision