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List of television stations in Germany

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List of television stations in Germany

As one of the largest industrial nations and with the largest population in the European Union, Germany today offers a vast diversity of television stations.

Contents

  • Public Channels 1
    • Private Channels 1.1
    • Pay-TV 1.2
  • See also 2

Public Channels

ARD, consortium of German public broadcasting services, consisting of the following public stations (which also provide regional programming in separate channels):

Private Channels

Pay-TV

Sky Deutschland

Sky

  • Sky Cinema
  • Sky Cinema +1
  • Sky Cinema +24
  • Sky Cinema Hits
  • Sky Action
  • Sky Emotion
  • Sky Comedy
  • Sky Nostalgie
  • Sky Krimi
  • Sky select
  • Sky sport Info
  • Sky sport 1
  • Sky sport 2
  • Sky Bundesliga

Disney

  • Disney Junior
  • Disney XD
  • Disney Cinemagic

EM.TV

  • Junior

TNT

  • TNT Film (TCM)
  • TNT Serie
  • Boomerang
  • Cartoon Network

ProSiebenSat.1

  • Kabel eins classics
  • Sat.1 Emotions
  • Pro7 Fun

FOX

MTV Networks

HD

  • Sky Cinema HD
  • Sky sport HD
  • Disney Cinemagic HD
  • Eurosport HD
  • National Geographic HD
  • Discovery HD
  • FOX HD

Others

  • Discovery Channel
  • National Geographic
  • Nat Geo Wild
  • Focus Gesundheit
  • Spiegel Geschichte
  • Animax
  • beate-uhse.tv
  • 13th Street
  • RTL Crime
  • RTL Passion
  • RTL Living
  • MGM
  • AXN
  • Syfy
  • Kinowelt TV
  • Heimatkanal
  • Romance TV
  • Motorvision
  • sportdigital.tv
  • Eurosport 2
  • SABC NEWS
  • Biography
  • History
  • Goldstar
  • Classica
  • Blue Movie
  • FOX

Special

See also

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