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EinsPlus Logo.svg
Launched 29 August 1997 (as EinsMuXx)[1]
23 April 2005 (rebranded EinsPlus)
Owned by ARD
Picture format

576i (SDTV)

720p (HDTV)
Country Germany
Headquarters Stuttgart, Germany
Formerly called EinsMuXx[1]
Sister channel(s) Das Erste
Website www.einsplus.de
DVB-T Available in southern Germany (Baden-Württemberg, Bavaria and Rhineland-Palatinate)[2]
Astra 1KR @ 19.2°E 10744H 22000 5/6
Unitymedia Channel 215
Cablecom Channel 052 (digital CH-D)
T-Home Channel 46
Alice Channel 50
Streaming media
FilmOn Watch live

EinsPlus is a digital television channel from the German broadcaster ARD and managed by ARD regional broadcaster SWR. The channel launched on 29 August 1997 under the name EinsMuXx,[1] and was renamed EinsPlus on 23 April 2005.[3]

EinsPlus is available free-to-air via satellite, cable and in southern Germany via digital terrestrial. An HD simulcast of EinsPlus was launched on 5 December 2013. It is available free-to-air via satellite.[4]


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  1. ^ a b c "Kabel Deutschland Kundenportal - Magazin - TV & Unterhaltung - Sender A-Z | EinsPlus" [Kabel Deutschland customer portal - magazine - TV and Entertainment - channels A-Z | EinsPlus] (in German). Retrieved 19 April 2012. 
  2. ^ "Senderliste" [Channel list] (PDF). Das ÜberallFernsehen (in German). Retrieved 2012-04-09. 
  3. ^ "EinsMuXx wird EinsPlus und bekommt ein neues Logo" [EinsMuXx will become EinsPlus and get a new logo] (in German). DWDL.de. Retrieved 2012-04-09. 
  4. ^ "Einsplus HD startet mit nativer HD-Ausstrahlung" [EinsPlus starts broadcasting in native HD resolution]. DigitalFernsehen.de (in German). 2013-11-12. Retrieved 2014-03-02. Der hochauflösende Ableger von Einsplus startet zum 5. Dezember mit nativer HD-Ausstrahlung." (The high definition version of Einsplus starts broadcasting on 5 December in native HD resolution.)