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  1. RTL Television - Informationen rund um das Unternehmen aus der RTL-Gruppe, Geschichte, Profil, Jobs, Presseinformationen.
  2. RTL Nord GmbH - Die Tochter von RTL Television produziert Regionalmagazine und Newsbeiträge. Mit Jobangeboten. [D-20251 Hamburg]


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    RTL Television


    RTL Television
    LogoRTL.png
    Launched 2 January 1984
    Network Mediengruppe RTL Deutschland
    Owned by RTL Group
    Picture format 576i 16:9 SDTV
    1080i HDTV
    Audience share 12.4% (2007, dwdl.de[1])
    Slogan Mein RTL (My RTL)
    Country Germany
    Broadcast area National
    Also distributed in:
     Austria
      Switzerland
     Luxembourg
    Headquarters Cologne, Germany
    Formerly called RTL plus (1984–1992)
    Sister channel(s) RTL II
    VOX
    Super RTL
    N-tv
    RTL Crime
    RTL Living
    Passion
    RTL Nitro
    Website www.rtl.de
    Availability
    Terrestrial
    DVB-T Check local frequencies
    Satellite
    Astra 19.2°E (Europe) 12.188 GHz Horizontal
    SR: 27500 FEC: 3/4
    SID: 12003 Video PID: 163 Audio PID: 104 Stereo, 106 Dolby Digital
    HD+ Astra 19.2°E (Germany) 10.832 GHz Horizontal
    SR: 22000 FEC: 2/3
    SID: 61200 Video PID: 255 Audio PID: 259 Dolby Digital
    Deukom/DStv (South Africa) Channel 440
    Yes (Israel) (Israel) Channel 120
    TV Cabo (Portugal) Channel 232
    Open IPTV (Europe) Channel 537
    Cable
    Kabel Deutschland (Germany) Channel 103 (digital)
    Cablecom (Switzerland) Channel 009 (digital CH-D)
    Naxoo (Switzerland) Channel 155
    Ziggo (Netherlands) Channel 614
    UPC Netherlands Channel 47
    YouSee (Denmark) Channel 54
    MC Cable (Monaco) -
    RCS&RDS (Romania) Channel 189
    UPC Romania Channel 732 (digital with DVR)
    Channel 189 (digital)
    Telenet (Belgium) Channel 175
    SBB (Serbia) Channel 367 (digital)

    RTL Television (formerly RTL plus), or simply RTL, is a German commercial television station distributed via cable and satellite, as well as via digital terrestrial (DVB-T) in more highly populated areas. It is owned by the RTL Group and is, in terms of market share, Germany's largest private free-to-air broadcaster.

    The channel started broadcasting on 2 January 1984 at 17:27 from VHF channel E7 (system B, colour PAL) in Luxembourg. It only had a theoretical audience of approximately 200,000 until 1988, when it moved its headquarters to Cologne, Germany; prior to this it was considered a Luxembourg-based station.

    RTL, which began as a spin-off of the German version of Radio Luxembourg, started with a low budget and many of the early hosts simply presented versions of their radio formats adapted for television. One early success was the quiz show "Ein Tag wie kein anderer" (A Day Like No Other), in which candidates were competing for a holiday.

    RTL plus was famous in its early years for showing low-budget films and American programmes. It was the number 2 commercial broadcaster.[clarification needed]

    All that changed when RTL moved to Cologne and, in return, received the right to broadcast on terrestrial frequencies. That same year, RTL acquired the first-run rights to the prestigious Fußball-Bundesliga. Deals with Cannon,[clarification needed] which at the time was successful with films like Highlander and, one year later, with Universal Studios, finally provided more high profile films for the channel. In 2012 RTL made a deal with The Walt Disney Studios to broadcast films from Walt Disney Pictures, Pixar, Marvel Studios and DreamWorks Studios.[2]

    The current slogan is "Mein RTL" which means My RTL in English.

    It is now the primary channel of the RTL Group's German television stations, which also include RTL II, Super RTL, VOX, n-tv and RTL Nitro.


    RTL Television Programmming aired by RTL Television



    RTL Television News / news magazines

    • Punkt 6 – weekdays, at 06:00
    • Punkt 9 – weekdays, at 09:00
    • Punkt 12 – weekdays, at 12:00
    • RTL Aktuell – main news programme broadcast daily at 18:45. The head news presenter is Peter Kloeppel
    • RTL Nachtjournal – every night, at about midnight
    • Explosiv – daily tabloid programme with presenters Janine Steeger and Nazan Eckes
    • Exclusiv – celebrity news programme with Frauke Ludowig and Leonard Diepenbrock
    • Stern TV – Günther Jauch
    • Spiegel TVnewsmagazine based on the print magazine Der Spiegel hosted by Maria Gresz and Hendrik Voehringer
    • Extra – Das RTL-Magazin – a weekly magazine hosted by Birgit Schrowange

    RTL Television Drama

    Current


    RTL Television Entertainment

    Current


    RTL Television Upcoming

    Former

    Die Trickser, 2011

    RTL Television Comedy

    Current

    Former


    RTL Television Soap operas

    Current

    Former


    RTL Television Former American soap operas


    RTL Television Sport


    RTL Television Non-American series


    RTL Television Other American series

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    Former


    RTL Television See also



    RTL Television External links



    RTL Television References


    1. ^ http://www.dwdl.de/article/news_14028,00.html
    2. ^ Roxborough, Scott (1 February 2012). "Disney Signs Multi-Year Package Deal With Germany's RTL". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 10 February 2013. 
    3. ^ http://www.c21media.net/archives/123426


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