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MTV Germany
HeadquartersBerlin, Germany
Picture format1080i HDTV
(downscaled to 16:9 576i for the SDTV feed)
OwnerParamount Networks EMEAA
Launched7 March 1997
Streaming media
mtv.deWatch live
Screenshot of MTV Germany (2011)
Screenshot of MTV Germany (2011)

MTV Germany is a German language free-to-air television channel operated by Paramount Global. The channel launched on 7 March 1997 as MTV Central, as part of a regionalisation strategy by Paramount Global, then MTV Networks Europe.


The channel primarily serves Germany, Austria and Switzerland, however it is widely available across Europe free-to-air.[1]

Between 2011 to 2017, the channel moved behind a paywall, limiting its availability mainly to German-speaking territories.[2] On 24 November 2017 a free-to-air standard definition feed was added to Astra 19.2°E with German and English audio tracks.[3]

It is available in Germany through Sky Germany, UnityMedia, PŸUR, Astra, Deutsche Telekom and Vodafone. In Switzerland, Sky and Astra. In Austria, through A1, Sky, Astra and Magenta.



Since 1993, Germany was served by VIVA as a 24-hour German music channel, while MTV was only broadcast in English through MTV Europe. In 1997, as part of MTV Networks Europe's regionalization strategy, MTV launched a German-speaking channel to target existing competition within the German-speaking markets. MTV Germany launched with specialized German-speaking versions of hit MTV Europe shows which included the Euro Top 20, MTV Select, MTV News, Non-Stop Hits, US Top 20 Hitlist UK, Hitlist Germany, Fashion Zone, MTV Urban and The Lick.

In 1999, MTV Germany became available free-to-air throughout Europe on Astra satellite. In 2001, MTV Networks Germany launched MTV2 Pop, a 24-hour pop music channel (later replaced by Nickelodeon).


In 2002, MTV Germany began to air programming from MTV US. Most of this programming was either subtitled or dubbed. From 2002 onwards, similar to other MTV channels in Europe, MTV Germany began to drop some of its localized programming in favour of MTV US shows. These shows included Jackass, Date My Mom, Pimp My Ride and Dismissed.

In 2005, MTV owner Viacom purchased its biggest German competitor VIVA.

In early 2006, MTV began to further regionalize its German-speaking feed to include a separate version for Austria and Switzerland. Late in 2009, MTV Networks Germany helped to localize these channels even further with the development of MTV Austria and MTV Switzerland.

From 2008, MTV Germany was also streamed on P2P TV network TVU Player, but was taken off air in March 2009. As of 2009, MTV Germany used the same on-air identity as other MTV channels in Europe. The channel also featured fewer music videos and aired more American MTV shows than German-speaking programming. Most of this programming was subtitled in German. The headquarters for MTV Networks Germany is Berlin. MTV Germany remains one of the only remaining MTV transmitted by analogue satellite in Europe, and among the few transmitted on free-to-air digital services throughout the continent, along with MTV Austria, MTV Italia, MTV Adria and MTV Türkiye.


From 1 January 2011, MTV Germany was only available on major German pay TV platforms including Sky, Unitymedia, Telekom, and Kabel BW.[4] With the move from a free-to-air to a subscription based service, MTV Germany no longer hosted advertising[4] on its subscription service channel. MTV Germany continued to commission new music programming which included MTV Brand New, MTV Top 11, 3 From 1, The Breakfast Club, Fantastic Music Videos, MTV's Chart Shows (titles to be confirmed), and M is for Music. Localised programming will continue with MTV Home, a German language music and entertainment show. Similar to MTV channels worldwide, MTV Germany aired reality shows including the American version of Skins and new seasons of Jersey Shore, Punk'd with Justin Bieber, When I Was 17, and the Lauren Conrad Fashion Show.

MTV Germany's sister channel VIVA became the main music station for MTV Networks Germany and continued to be available free-to-air across Germany, Austria and Europe.

MTV Networks Germany also launched a new music channel called MTV Brand: New which focused on the new music releases from German-speaking and international artists.[2]

On 16 May 2011 MTV Networks in Germany launched high-definition versions of MTV, VIVA and Nickelodeon. MTV HD, VIVA HD and Nickelodeon/Comedy Central HD are a simulcast of the original MTV channels already available in Germany.[5]

On 1 July 2011 MTV Networks Germany rebranded its MTV channel to embrace the new global on-air identity, sharing the same MTV logo from the US.

In 2013 MTV rebranded to new global on-air identity, sharing the same graphics as MTV's global channels.

In 2014 in September started in HD + deutschland as free to view HD channel.

In 2015 MTV rebranded again to new global on-air identity, sharing the same on-air identity as MTV's global channels.

In 2017 MTV started online free live stream on since 20th anniversary of MTV in Germany.

In November 2017 MTV rebranded again to current on-air identity, similar to MTV's global channels.

In 4 December at 13 pm started FTA stream of MTV on Astra 19.2E 11973 3/4 27500 V in SD version.

The same day MTV brought back more music to MTV including new shows as M us for Music, MTV Most wanted, MTV Classics, MTV Rockzone, MTV Urban, MTV Likes, MTV Crush and VIVA Top 100 premiere was moved to MTV and renamed to TOP 100.

In April 2018 music content was prolonged for 2 hours in Monday-Friday as M is for Music until 14 pm (previously until 13 pm) and then MTV Most wanted and in the evening hours there is repeat of 3 From 1 between 6:20 pm and 7:20 pm before MTV Most wanted premiere and 1 hour at weekend prolonging MTV Rockzone and MTV Urban as 2 hour shows.

In May 2018 music content was prolonged for 1 hour at weekends as making the MTV Likes 2 hours show between 1 pm and 3 pm (previously 2 pm, evening repeat of MTV Likes is only half time as previously 7:20-8:15 pm) and There was added MTV Most wanted German chart after end of MTV Most wanted Ultimate charts on Sunday between 2 pm and 3 pm.

In May 2018 was also renamed TOP 100 to MTV Top 100 and start of premiere on MTV was moved from 11 pm to 10 pm on Saturday.

From 29 October 2018, the music will be given more airtime. During the week, a music program can be seen from about 01:30 to 21:15 - more than 80% of daily airtime.

As of 1 November 2018, a timeshift version of MTV Germany will be available on the Nicknight Germany slot under the name MTV +, which will be shown between 8:15 pm and 5:00 am. MTV + shows the regular MTV program delayed by one hour.

On 31 December 2018, MTV's former rival VIVA was discontinued, thus making MTV the only remaining mainstream music television channel in Germany.

On 1 March 2021, MTV+ was replaced by Comedy Central +1.[6]

2021 onwards

In September 2021 there was a new MTV logo.

In January 2022 was a comeback shows includes 3 From 1. 3 from 1 airs from 7 pm to 7:15 pm daily (previously Monday to Friday).

In March 2022, after a set from MTV Early Bird Breakfast Club, MTV Hits and MTV Back for good, could a new look from MTV, new and comeback shows was aired including MTV In The Mix, MTV Collection, Guess The Year, Deutschstunde (previously at VIVA), 3 From 1, MTV's Hot 10, RockZone, Headbangers Ball, Party Zone, Dancefloor, Chill Out Zone, MTV Yearbook and Then & Now. On Summer 2022 was temporarily rebranded MTV's Hot 10 to This week's Hot 10 aired Saturday and Sunday, and Monday to Friday it was replaced with Sound of summer.



  • 3 from 1 ( since march 2022 )
  • MTV Collection ( since march 7 2022 )
  • MTV In The Mix ( since march 7 2022 )
  • MTV Yearbook ( since march 7 2022 )
  • Guess the Year ( since march 7 2022)
  • Chill Out Zone ( since march 2022 )
  • Party Zone ( since march 2022 )
  • MTV's Hot 10 ( cancelled may 2022 )
  • Sound Of Summer ( since may 2022 )
  • This Week's Hot 10 ( since june 2022 )
  • MTV Weekend Special ( since march 2022 )
  • Then & Now ( since march 7 2022 )
  • Deutschstunde ( since march 12 2022 )
  • RockZone ( since march 13 2022 )
  • Dancefloor ( since march 12 2022 )
  • Headbangers Ball ( since march 14 2022 )
  • MTV Buzz (short block through the commercial ads)
  • Breakfast Club ( since march 2022 replacing MTV Breakfast Club )
  • MTV Back for good ( canceled march 2022 )
  • M is for Music (since 2019 from MTV and nicknight cancelled)
  • MTV Hits ( canceled march 2022 )
  • MTV Approved (since 2019)
  • MTV Most Wanted - Album charts (since December 2017)
  • MTV Most Wanted - Single Charts (since December 2017)
  • MTV Most Wanted - US Charts (since December 2017)
  • MTV Most Wanted - Streaming Charts (since October 2018 replacing Ultimate charts)
  • MTV Most Wanted - Radio Charts (since March 2020 replacing German charts and German music charts)
  • MTV Uncensored (since December 2017)
  • MTV Classics (since February 2019 cancelled)
  • MTV Urban (since March 2020 cancelled)
  • MTV Likes (since April 2020 cancelled)
  • MTV Crush (since September 2018 cancelled)
  • MTV Yearbook
  • #TweetClips (since 2019 cancelled)
  • Night Videos
  • Fantastic Music Videos (until December 2017)
  • MTV After Hours (cancelled)
  • Yo! MTV Raps
  • Yo! MTV Raps Weekly Wibes
  • MTV Push Local (German version)
  • Reality Shore




Former Local Shows

  • Game One
  • MTV Crush
  • MTV After hours
  • MTV Rockzone
  • MTV Urban
  • MTV Early Bird Breakfast Club
  • MTV Classics
  • MTV Most Wanted - Ultimate Charts
  • MTV Hot
  • MTV Hits
  • MTV Breakfast Club
  • MTV's Hot 10
  • Fashion Zone
  • MTV Fett
  • Brand:Neu
  • MTV Home
  • MTV Kitchen
  • Non-Stop Hits
  • Mad 4 Hits
  • Alternative Nation
  • Partyzone
  • Euro Top 20
  • Hitlist UK
  • Hitlist Germany
  • Dance Floor Chart
  • US top 20
  • MTV In-Touch
  • MTV Webchart
  • MTV News
  • MTV News Highlights
  • MTV News Weekend Edition
  • MTV News Mag
  • MTV Easy
  • MTV Bytesize
  • MTV Masters
  • MTV Sushi
  • MTV Top 100 (previously as VIVA Top 100 on VIVA) (until April 2018 as TOP 100 and until October 2019 as MTV Top 100) (cancelled december 2019)
  • MTV TRL Germany
  • Yo! MTV Raps
  • MTV Amour
  • MTV Live aus Berlin
  • MTV Live
  • MTV Megamix
  • MTV Comixed
  • Saturday Night Music
  • Celebrity Deathmatch (German Version)
  • Superock

Former US Shows (Selection)


Previous VJs

  • Palina Rojinski (2009 – 2011 / 2019) Yo! MTV Raps
  • MC Bogy (2019) Yo! MTV Raps
  • Aminata Belli (2019) MTV Top 100, Yo! MTV Raps Weekly Vibes
  • Alex Barbian (2019) Yo! MTV Raps Weekly Vibes
  • Uli Brase (2017) - MTV Buzz, MTV Top 100
  • Jan Köppen (2017 – 2019) MTV Top 100

On-air design

On 7 September 2008 MTV Germany changed their old Wishful Object on-air design to a new MTV: All Eyes On... design, which is also MTV Germany's new slogan. The on-air design was changed once more in July 2009 as a result of re-branding of all MTV channels (excluding MTV US).

MTV Germany also has an advertising agency named Dydree, although it also works for other companies like ARD and Disney.

All Eyes On...

All Eyes On... is one of MTV Germany's ways of highlighting singers and bands that have released new music (and also might not already be widely known). Changing bi-weekly, an artist or group is chosen and then featured in clips announcing commercial breaks. The first band name to be put under the "All Eyes On" badge was MIA.; on 6 October, the first non-German artist was Alicia Keys.

See also


  1. ^ (PDF) Archived (PDF) from the original on 22 July 2011. {{cite web}}: Missing or empty |title= (help)
  2. ^ a b Archived from the original on 3 December 2010. {{cite web}}: Missing or empty |title= (help)
  3. ^ "Change Log - KingOfSat". Retrieved 5 December 2018.
  4. ^ a b Archived from the original on 5 January 2011. {{cite web}}: Missing or empty |title= (help)
  5. ^ "MTV Networks expands German HD line-up | News | Rapid TV News".
  6. ^ "ViacomCBS to launch Comedy Central+1 in Germany". Broadband TV News. 21 January 2021.
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