TVM2 (sometimes written as TVM 2) is a terrestrial television network in Malta, operated by national broadcaster Public Broadcasting Services. Unlike the more wide-ranging TVM network, TVM2 focuses primarily on cultural and education programming.

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Launched8 March 2012 (2012-03-08) (As TVM2)
Owned byPublic Broadcasting Services
(Government of Malta)
LanguageMaltese, Maltese Sign Language
HeadquartersGwardamanġa, Malta
Formerly calledEducation 22
Sister channel(s)TVM
Free-to-air66 (UHF)


The network was originally launched as Education 22, an educational television service operated by the Maltese government's Ministry of Education, Employment and the Family.[1] In March 2012 responsibility for the channel was shifted from the Ministry to the national broadcaster, Public Broadcasting Services, and the network began broadcasting as TVM2 on 8 March 2012.[2]


TVM2 primarily airs educational and cultural programming, including direct learning programmes on Maltese history and culture as well as coverage of current events.[2] It also airs a nightly newscast in Maltese Sign Language for persons who are deaf or hearing impaired.[3]


  1. ^ "Education 22 Goes digital". The Malta Independent. 6 July 2011. Retrieved 11 July 2019.
  2. ^ a b "Education 22 television station becomes TVM2". Times of Malta. 6 March 2012. Retrieved 11 July 2019.
  3. ^ Vella, Matthew (5 March 2012). "PBS takes Education 22 in cultural revamp of station". Malta Today. Retrieved 11 July 2019.

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