Hamburg is one of the TV channels for the metropolitan region. With a technical reach of 1.9 million households via cable and DVB-T, Hamburg 1 sends to the city limits.
Hamburg 1 reports daily updates of the major events in the city. Local TV from & for Hamburg - always exciting and informative.
WDR Fernsehen is a regional public service television station owned & operated by Westdeutscher Rundfunk and serving North Rhine-Westphalia. WDR television relies heavily on regional information, produced newscasts WDR News and Current hour with several issues daily and taking over the evening news program.
WDR television around the clock, 24 hours live. This live stream shows the WDR television program. For legal reasons, it may happen that individual programs are only allowed to be streamed in Germany and that individual content cannot be viewed in the live stream at all for licensing reasons. You will then see a break film.
L-TV Television is a regional television station in Baden-Wuerttemberg. L-TV was founded in 1999 and started in August 2000 as a local television station in the Rems-Murr , the counties Göppingen , Ludwigsburg.
The "L" in "L-TV" is the local impact of the program with current issues in the local area. Since the extension of the area covered by BW Family.tv the "L" stands for "national television".
DW-TV is the official German TV broadcast of Deutsche Welle. The program orients itself towards news, Cars, sports, Documentaries, features, Lifestyle, entertainment and information and started on 1 April 1992.
The program is broadcasted via satellite and produced in Berlin. DW provides an overview of events and developments that occur in Germany and around the world, providing the German view, and other views.
This drives the exchange of information and understanding between cultures and peoples. At the same time provides a gateway to the German language.
Deutsche Welle English (DW English) is Germany’s international broadcaster and one of the most successful and relevant international media outlets. Our multimedia content in 30 languages reaches over 197 million people worldwide each week. By mid-2021 we want to increase our reach to 210 million.