ATV (Hungary)

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ATV
Atv logo 2018.png
Launched1989
Owned byBroadcast Projekt Kft. (Hungary), Woodham Enterprise Ltd. (Panama)
Audience share2,7% (4+, 2012, http://sorozatwiki.hu/news.php?readmore=75381)
CountryHungary
Broadcast areaNational; also distributed in Romania and Slovakia
HeadquartersKőrösi Csoma Sándor út 19. 1102, Budapest
Formerly calledAgro Tv, Magyar ATV
Websitewww.atv.hu

ATV (formerly known as Magyar ATV) is the first Hungarian private TV channel, broadcasting continuously since 1989. The focus of programming is news, public life, current events. Licensed as a partially public service commercial television station, it is obliged to broadcasting public interest programs (news, current affairs, sports, religion) 50% of the time.[citation needed] Because of this special status, the channel is eligible to apply for grants from the government and the radio and television authority. As of 2003 the owner of the channel is the Hungarian Faith Church.[1]

Current programs[edit]

  • The 700 Club (with Hungarian dubbing)
  • A nap híre (The News of Day) - political investigation program
  • ATV Híradó (ATV News)
  • ATV Start - breakfast television program
  • Az atv.hu bemutatja (atv.hu presents)
  • CSATT (BANG) - political discussion
  • Csisztu 24 -
  • Egyenes beszéd (Straight Talk)
  • Esti Frizbi (Evening Frisbee) - talkshow with Péter Hajdú
  • Havas a pályán (Havas on the track) - political discussion and opinion program with journalist Henrik Havas
  • Kipa (Kippah) - program about life of Jews in Hungary and about Israel

Logos[edit]

Criticism[edit]

The channel is criticized about its non-government-friendly programs and left-wing or liberal presenters.[2]

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