24UR ob enih 24UR ob enih ("24Hours at 1pm") is a one hour long show which aired from Monday to Friday at 1pm.The hosts were the same as the hosts of the main 24UR show.meilleurs jeux gratuits en ligne du Web comme Bubble Shooter, Mario Moto, Uphill Rush, Angry Birds, Bejeweled, Zuma, ...Chaque jour nous ajoutons plus de 50 nouveaux jeux en flash, vérifiés avec soin par notre équipe, dans les différentes rubriques du site.Weekend shows are hosted by individual hosts from each pair. It is often accused by the Slovenian right-wing party SDS to not report about the Slovenian "underground" political corruption that SDS believes to come from many former memgers of Slovenian Communist Party that ruled during the era of socialism in Slovenia and still have a huge influence on Slovenian state-owned companies and left-wing political parties.24UR's milestones POP TV has been airing its main news program called 24UR since the day of the first broadcasts on 15 December 1995.
For the fifth year in a row POP TV was awarded with the Trusted Brand title (2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013) among TV stations, as the most trustworthy and popular brand among consumers. Within 24UR, the following segments are currently airing: POP IN, Vizita (Medical visit), 24UR Inšpektor (24Hours Inspector) and 24UR Fokus (24Hours Focus).
In the beginning, the show was airing from pm to 8pm, and was hosted by Drago Balažič (sports news by Franci Petek, weather forecast by Miran Trontelj).
From April 1996, Darja Zgonc and Boštjan Lajovic took over the hosting of the show as the first hosting couple.
It is a 15–20 minutes long afternoon news show which airs between 4.45pm and pm on weekdays. It is a 15–20 minutes long evening news show which airs between 10pm and 11pm on weekdays. Trenja The channel also aired a weekly news debate show called Trenja ("Frictions") which ran from autumn of 2002 to spring 2009.
Currently, the show is hosted by Uroš Slak from Monday to Thursday. Every Tuesday, viewers are offered weekly investigative news show Preverjeno! The show had guests (usually politicians or political commentators) debating over various topics, ranging from politics to popular culture and taboo topics.