Television in Hungary

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Audience shares of Hungarian TV channels, 2012

Television in Hungary was introduced in 1957. Transmission in color was introduced to Hungarian television for the first time in 1971. Hungary had only one television channel until 1973. It was only in the mid 1990s when private and commercial broadcaster was introduced to Hungary.

Free-to-air television channels broadcasting in Hungary[edit]

Free-to-air on DVB-T[edit]

Free-to-air on analogue[edit]

Analogue broadcasting in Hungary terminated in two steps that was completed on July 31 and October 31, 2013, respectively.[1]

Free-to-air on satellite[edit]

Premium[edit]

General and Entertainment[edit]

News and Politics[edit]

Sport[edit]

Documentary[edit]

Music[edit]

Children[edit]

Movies[edit]

Adult[edit]

Most-viewed channels[edit]

Viewing shares, 2013:[2]

Position Channel Group Share of total viewing (%)
1 RTL Klub RTL Group 15.9
2 TV2 MTM-SBS 13.6
3 M1 Magyar Televízió 8.4
4 Cool TV RTL Group 4.2
5 Film+ S.C. IKO România 3.9
6 Viasat 3 Modern Times Group 2.8
7 M2 Magyar Televízió 2.5
8 ATV AGRO-TV-ATV 2.5
9 Duna TV MTVA 2.3
10 AXN Sony Pictures Television 1.8

See also[edit]

References[edit]