Das Erste HD New Frequency

Das Erste HD Live Channel ON Astra 1KR/1L/1M/1N at 19.2°East Fine Working Feed Code New TP Frequency Transponder Here 2018
Das Erste (German: [das ˈʔeːɐ̯stə], The First) is the principal publicly owned television channel in Germany. It is a joint production of Germany's regional public broadcasters acting through, and coordinated by, the ARD consortium, with the exception of Deutsche Welle. The channel was officially launched on 25 December 1952 as NWDR-Fernsehen and renamed to Deutsches Fernsehen in 1954. Since 1996, the official brand is Das Erste; the full name Erstes Deutsches Fernsehen (First German Television) is used only occasionally and is not part of the station's corporate identity. In colloquial speech, the station is usually called Erstes Programm ("First Channel"), or by its metonym, ARD.

Das Erste HD New Frequency 2018

Das Erste HD Live Channel ON Astra 1KR/1L/1M/1N at 19.2°East New TP Frequency 2018

Channel :Das Erste
Satellite :Astra 1KR/1L/1M/1N at 19.2°East
Frequency :11836
Polarization :H
Symbol Rate:27500
Fec:3/4
V.PID:101
A.PID:102 German
103 German
106 German
SID Code:28106
Quality:DVB-S/MPEG-2
Update :: April 04-04-2018

Das Erste HD Live Channel ON Astra 1KR/1L/1M/1N at 19.2°East New TP Frequency 2018

Channel :Das Erste HD
Satellite :Astra 1KR/1L/1M/1N at 19.2°East
Frequency :11494
Polarization :H
Symbol Rate:22000
Fec:2/3
V.PID:5101
A.PID:5102 German
5103 mis
5106 German
SID Code:10301
MPEG-4/HD
Quality:DVB-S2/8PSK
Update :: April 04-04-2018


History

The channel's first experimental broadcast was on 27 November 1950 as the TV channel of the then NWDR, which in 1956 split into NDR and WDR. The regular NWDR television service started on 25 December 1952. Nationwide transmission began on 1 November 1954 within the ARD framework, under the name Deutsches Fernsehen ("German Television"). It was West Germany's only television channel prior to the establishment of ZDF in 1963.

The new channel consisted of jointly-produced shows such as the nightly news programme Tagesschau (on the air since 26 December 1952), as well as broadcasts produced individually by ARD member stations. The programs were coordinated by the Programmdirektion based in Munich. Besides several entertaining shows, ARD went political in 1957 when it launched its first political TV magazine, Panorama. Germany's first political TV show adopted the slogan "What is being talked about and what should be talked about" and pictured all aspects of postwar West German society—including conflict-laden topics, scandals, and other taboo topics, such as former Nazis who had held important roles.
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