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Deutsche Welle

Deutsche Welle German Television is Germany's International Broadcast Service. And Germany's International Broadcast Service is DW-TV. We have come full circle: Hence GERMAN TV has become DW-TV. Deutsche Welle has broadcasted regularly since 1953. Until 2003 it was based in Cologne, but relocated that year to a new building in Bonn's former government office area. The television broadcasts are produced in Berlin.

Website: Deutsche Welle


RTL RTL is Germany's largest commercial television station distributed via cable and satellite along with DVB-T (Digital Video Broadcasting - Terrestrial) in larger population centers. It belongs to the RTL Group. It started broadcasting on January 2, 1984 at 5:27PM from VHF channel E7 in Luxembourg and at first only had a theoretical audience of approx. 200,000.

Website: RTL


N24 N24 is a German television station that broadcasts news and shows documentary in cooperation with the Discovery Channel. It is owned by the ProSiebenSat.1 Media AG conglomerate. Belonging to it are Sat.1 and Pro 7.

Website: N24


VOX VOX is a commercial television channel in Germany. It started business on January 25, 1993 under the soon discarded name 'Westschienenkanal' (West Rail Channel) and belongs to the RTL Group. The channel shows many BBC and German-made documentaries as well as US series and movies.

Website: VOX


SAT.1 Sat.1 was the first privately owned television broadcasting station and started one day before RTL Television. It started in January 1984 as PKS (Programmgesellschaft für Kabel- und Satellitenrundfunk), initially a joint venture of various publishing houses. The first broadcast could only be seen by a few people who had cable. Early programs included old films, mainly from the archives of KirchMedia, American hit-series and gameshows. Later, the station acquired a name for its homemade series and TV films.

Website: SAT.1

Televisions in Germany

Televisions in Germany Directory of televisions in Germany. Listing televisions in Germany. MediaOnline is a directory of newspapers, radios, televisions and blogs from all over the world.

Website: Germany Televisions

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