FS1 (Austrian TV channel)

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FS1 Logo with Claim (2012).jpg
Launched16 February 2012 (2012-02-16)
Owned byCommunity TV Salzburg Ltd. (Association of Program Makers 24%, Radiofabrik 24%, IMB 24%. Dachverband 24%, Individuals 4%)
Picture format720p
SloganYour TV
LanguageGerman English
Broadcast areaSalzburg (state) over Cable, Austria over IPTV
Salzburg AG36
A1 Telekom Austria436
Streaming media
FS1 LiveWatch live
FS1 - Entrance to the studio in Salzburg (2012)

FS1 (or FS1 - Community TV Salzburg) is a non-commercial community television channel in Salzburg (Austria) and next to the Community TV okto in Vienna and dorf in Linz, the third non-commercial broadcasters with a 24-hour full program in Austria.

After the launch on 16 February 2012 the channel broadcasts via DVB-C in many areas of the province of Salzburg.[1]. Over IPTV the station is available nationwide.


Owner and editor of FS1 is a non-profit limited company. Shareholders are the association of the program creators, Salzburg´s community radio Radiofabrik, the Institute for Media Education (IMB), the umbrella organization of cultural sites and individuals. Through participation of the producers in the ownership structure of FS1, the station can be considered as the first democratic television in Austria. In September 2018 the IMB sold its shares to the cultural center ARGEkultur Salzburg and Lebenshilfe, who trains people with intellectual disabilities.


FS1 is member of the umbrella organization of Salzburg's cultural sites, the Alliance Community Television Austria (VCFÖ) and the Community Media Forum Europe.

External links[edit]


  1. ^ RTR - Austrian broadcasting authorities entry of FS1 in the directory of TV broadcasters, Retrieved 11 November 2015

Coordinates: 47°48′14″N 13°02′45″E / 47.803873°N 13.045840°E / 47.803873; 13.045840