TV Doma (meaning home) is a women’s interest TV channel in Slovakia run by CME (Central European Media Enterprises). A similar channel in Slovakia is TV WAU, run by the TV JOJ group. Until 2014, the channel shared its logo with its Croatian namesake, which was owned by CME until 2018, when United Group acquired it. 2009–2012 2012–2014 2014–present The HD version was launched in 2016 along with TV Dajto HD. V • T • E Central European Media Enterprises Part of PPF Group Current operations: Bulgaria: Television: bTV (HD) | bTV Cinema (HD) | bTV Comedy (HD) | bTV Action (HD) | bTV Lady (HD) | RING (HD) Radio: bTV Radio | N-JOY | Z-Rock | Classic FM | Jazz FM (Bulgaria) | Jazz FM Lounge | Melody Radio Czech Republic: TV Nova (HD) | Nova 2 (HD) | Nova Cinema (HD) | Nova Action (HD) | Nova Gold (HD) | Nova Sport 1 (HD) | Nova Sport 2 (HD) Czech feed of TV Markíza: Markíza International (HD) Romania: Pro TV (HD) | Pro 2 (HD) | Pro X (HD) | Pro Cinema | Pro Gold International: Pro TV Internațional | Pro TV Chișinău | Pro 2 (Moldova) Slovakia: TV Markíza (HD) | TV Doma (HD) | TV Dajto (HD) Slovak feed of TV Nova: Nova International (HD) Also permitted in Slovakia: Nova Sport 1 (HD) | Nova Sport 2 (HD) Slovenia: Kanal A (HD) | POP TV (HD) | BRIO (HD) | POP KINO (HD) | OTO (HD) Video-on-demand: Voyo Former operations: Divested Croatia:1 Nova TV (HD) | Doma TV | Mini TV | Nova World Ukraine: 1+1 | Kino | TET Defunct TV3 (Hungary) | MTV Czech Republic (HD) | TV Fooor (Slovakia) | POP KINO 2, POP FANI and POP SPOT (Slovenia) Notes: 1Sold to United Group. Retrieved from "https://logos.fandom.com/wiki/TV_Doma?oldid=1657167" Categories: Television channels in Slovakia Central European Media Enterprises Slovakia Women's interest channels Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.