TVP Info is a Polish news channel, run by the public broadcaster TVP. It is dedicated to information programmes, airing nationwide news bulletins from 6:00 to 0:00 CET (during special events it may broadcast live longer, for example, it broadcast live US-presidential debates at 3:00 Polish time). Its main offices are located at the TVP news compound in central Warsaw. TVP Info can be watched on terrestrial television (since October 2016 in HD) and cable networks.
TVP Info replaced TVP3 and was launched in October 2007. It had regional branches in most of the major Polish cities and, similarly to the France 3 in France or Rai Tre in Italy, for a couple of hours every day it broadcast regional programming, including local news and reports in sixteen versions. These were transferred to the revived TVP Regionalna (which later was renamed TVP3 again) in September 2013.
Just weeks after winning the 2015 parliamentary elections, the conservative Law and Justice party passed a media law in December 2015 giving the government direct control over public broadcasting. TVP Info is criticized for strong pro-government bias.