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Canal 38 Amerom Bucureşti
Prima TV was first launched as Canal 38 Amerom București on March 1, 1995.
On December 17, 1997, Canal 38 Amerom was replaced by Prima TV.
This logo was the modified version of the 2002 logo, this logo was short-lived and it was used from the summer of 2004 until late 2004.
This logo was still used on journalists' microphones until 2020.
In 2005, the Scandinavian television company, SBS Broadcasting SA, acquired all the shares of Prima TV's parent company, Amerom Television SRL.
In 2007, SBS Broadcasting SA was bought by the German company, ProSiebenSat.1 Media.
2014–2015 (website), 2014–2021 (TV)
On December 23, 2013, ProSiebenSat.1 Media announced that it would withdraw from the Romanian audiovisual market, with Prima TV becoming a part of the Prima Broadcasting Group, which is owned by Romanian businessman, Cristian Burci.
An HD version was launched in tests on the Orange TV GO application on November 30, 2020, being officially released on December 7, 2020, with a slight modification to the logo as a result.
On August 27, 2020, Clever Media Network acquired Prima TV.
A new logo was launched at the night of January 28, 2021. The logo reminds of the 2004 logo, but the colors are inverted and modified.
Prima TV (Romania) original programming
Focus (Sport | Meteo) | Focus la prima oră | Cronica Cârcotașilor | Flash! Monden | Starea nației | Insider Politic | Exclusiv VIP | Poezie și delicatețuri
Prima TV (HD) | LookSport (HD) | LookSport 2 (HD) | LookSport 3 (HD) | LookSport+ (HD) | Look 4K | Profit News | Agro TV | Cinemaraton (HD) | Comedy Est