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WDR Fernsehen
Wdr fernsehen logo 2016.svg
CountryGermany
Broadcast areaNorth Rhine-Westphalia, also distributed nationally
HeadquartersCologne, Germany
Programming
Picture format1080p HDTV
(downscaled to 720p HDTV and 16:9 576i for the DTT and SDTV feeds, respectively)
Ownership
OwnerWestdeutscher Rundfunk
History
Launched17 December 1965; 55 years ago (1965-12-17)
Former namesWestdeutsches Fernsehen (1965–1988)
West 3 (1988–1994)
Links
Websitehttp://www.wdr.de/tv/
Availability
Terrestrial
Digital terrestrial televisionNorth Rhine-Westphalia:
Channel 3
Cable
UPC Cablecom (Switzerland)Mediabox:
Channel 54 (HD, Mediabox)
Channel 54 (SD, DigiCard)
Channel 94 (HD, DigiCard)
Ziggo (Netherlands)Channel 56 (SD)
Caiway (Netherlands)Channel 43 (SD)
DELTA (Netherlands)Channel 452 (SD)
Kabel Noord (Netherlands)Channel 113 (SD)
Satellite
Astra 19.2°E (Europe)12422 H 27500 3/4 (HD/SD) Bielefeld, Dortmund, Düsseldorf, Essen, Köln, Münster & Essen
12604 H 22000 5/6 (HD/SD) Aachen, Bonn, Duisburg & Wuppertal
11836 H 27500 3/4 (SD) Köln
Canal Digitaal (Netherlands)Channel 134 (HD)
Channel 662 (SD)
IPTV
Telekom Entertain (Germany)Channel 39 (HD)
A1 TV (Austria)Channel 53 (SD)
Channel 353 (HD)
KPN (Netherlands)Channel 48 (HD)
T-Mobile (Netherlands)Channel 393 (SD)
Streaming media
WDR.deWatch live
Ziggo GO (Netherlands)ZiggoGO.tv (Europe only)
HorizonHorizon.tv (Switzerland only)

WDR Fernsehen is a German free-to-air television network owned and operated by Westdeutscher Rundfunk and serving North Rhine-Westphalia. It is one of the seven regional "third programmes" television stations that are offered within the federal ARD network. The station began broadcasting on 17 December 1965, as Westdeutsches Fernsehen (WDF), changing its name to West 3 in 1988, before settling for WDR Fernsehen in 1994.

Originally airing only in North Rhine-Westphalia, the channel has become available across Germany with the advent of Cable TV and satellite television. The station is also available free-to-air across Europe via Astra 19.2°E.

In November 2013, the channel faced a graphical rebrand.

News sub-regions

WDR Fernsehen operates eleven sub-regional opt-out services, each broadcasting a 30-minute local news programme entitled Lokalzeit at 19.30 each Monday to Saturday evening together with a shorter, 5-minute bulletin at 18.00 on Mondays to Fridays:

Programmes[1]

Children

Entertainment

  • Die Wiwaldi-Show (2012-2016)
  • Zimmer frei (1996-2016)

Information

  • Aktuelle Stunde (1983–present)
  • Frau tv [de] (1997–present)
  • Lokalzeit (1996–present)
  • Westpol (1992–present)

Series

Sport

  • Sport Inside (2007–present)
  • Zeiglers wunderbare Welt des Fußballs, hosted by Arnd Zeigler (2007–present)

Talk

  • B. trifft..., hosted by Bettina Böttinger (1993-2004)
  • Domian, hosted by Jürgen Domian (1995-2016)
  • Domian live, hosted by Jürgen Domian (2019–present)
  • Kölner Treff, hosted by Bettina Böttinger (2006–present)

Logos

References

  1. ^ "Wunschliste". wunschliste.de. Retrieved 29 May 2017.
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