Federalna televizija

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Federalna televizija
Logo of FTV (2012-13).png
FTV screen logo used between 2012 and 2014, a stylish bar with the letter "F"
Launched 27 October 2001
Network RTVFBiH
Owned by Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Picture format 4:3 576i (SDTV)

„Znam gdje sam!“

(I know where I am!)
Country Bosnia and Herzegovina
Language Bosnian
Affiliates Federalni Radio
Headquarters Sarajevo
Sister channel(s) FTV 2 (2001 - 2003.)
Website www.federalna.ba
Terrestrial signal Across the territory of FBiH entity and BiH
Telemach Channel 002
Blic.net Channel 004
MISS.NET Channel 008
BHB CABLE TV Channel 009
M&H Company Channel 010
SBB D3 (Serbia) Channel 225
Moja TV Channel 033
SUPER TV Channel 002
Open IPTV (BiH) Channel 006
Bosna TV Channel 005
TotalTV Channel 004
Main logo of Federalna TV.

Federalna televizija (locally known as FTV or Federalna TV) is a public mainstream TV channel operated by Radio-Television of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (RTVFBiH). The program is broadcast on a daily basis, 24 hours from RTVFBiH headquarters located in Sarajevo. The radio and television program is mainly produced in Serbo-Croatian language. Television program initially aired on two television channels (FTV1 and FTV2). Since April 2003 the television program is reduced to one (just FTV). According to the most recent measurements viewership of television channels in 2012, FTV is most watched television station in Bosnia and Herzegovina with 14.4% share. [1] This television channel broadcasts a variety of programs such as news, talk shows, documentaries, sports, movies, mosaic, children's programs, etc. FTV also broadcasts teletext services (Teletext FTV).

Current line-up[edit]

News program[edit]

  • Dnevnik - main news, sport and weather information every day at 12:00 (Dnevnik 1), 19:30 (Dnevnik 2) and around 23:00 (Dnevnik 3)
  • Vijesti - short news, runs in 08:00, 10:00, 14:15 - 14:45,
  • Federacija danas - (Federation today) local and regional news from a major cities of FBiH entity which is broadcast at 17:00 (Monday to Friday). Regional tv studios (also called ITC) are located in: Bihać, Mostar, Tuzla, Zenica and Travnik.
  • Paralele - very popular magazine about world news and politics hosted by Mladen Marić (broadcast on Fridays at 22.05)

Talk shows[edit]

  • Pošteno - (Honestly) political talk show hosted by Duška Jurišić with guests (broadcast on Monday at 20:10)
  • Odgovorite ljudima - (Answer to people) talk show with guests on various topics from BiH society (broadcast on Wednesday at 20:10)
  • Dnevnik D - short primetime interview with guests (broadcast on Thursday at 20:05)


Documentary Program[edit]

  • Dokumentarni četvrtak - (Documentary Thursday) The documentary series made in and about BiH (Produced by FTV) or regional authors (like Serbian B92...)
  • Sedmica (Week) - the weekly show presents all major cultural events across Federation of BiH (from cinema program, exhibitions, book presentations, concerts of classical music, theater, and up to the opera and ballet)
  • Mozaik religija - (Mosaic of religions) - magazine about religion topics in BiH
  • Zelena panorama - (Green panorama) program about agriculture in Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Ekovizija - (Eco vision) programs on environmental protection issues in Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Prirodna baština (Natural heritage) educational program dedicated to geography of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Sports program[edit]

Bosnian series made by FTV[edit]

  • Viza za budućnost - (in English: Visa for the Future) - the first post-Independence Bosnian sitcom, very popular in whole Balkan region's. Began airing in October 2002 and ended airing in 2008.
  • Lud, zbunjen, normalan - (in English: the Crazy, the Confused, the Normal one) very popular Bosnian TV comedy series that began airing in early September 2007 and ended airing in April 2013.
  • Kriza (in English: Crisis) - also popular TV comedy series that began airing in late 2013 and ended airing in June 2014, with rerun in 2016.
  • Lutkokaz - TV series for kids. Began airing in 2001 and ended in 2007.

Foreign series[edit]

  • Peppa Pig - (in Serbo-Croatian: Peppa) British animated series
  • Oscar's Oasis - (in Serbo-Croatian: Oskar Oazis) French animated series
  • The Garfield Show - (in Serbo-Croatian: Garfild) French-American animated series
  • Garfield and Friends - (in Serbo-Croatian: Garfild i prijatelji) American animated series
  • Masha and the Bear - (in Serbo-Croatian: Maša i medvjed) Russian animated series
  • Masha's Tales - (in Serbo-Croatian: Mašine priče) Russian animated series
  • Oggy and the Cockroaches - (in Serbo-Croatian: Ogi i bubašvabe) French animated series
  • Simsala Grimm - (in Serbo-Croatian: Najljepše bajke svijeta) German animated series
  • Kud puklo da puklo - (Whichever Way the Ball Bounces) - Croatian comedy telenovela
  • Poyraz Karayel - (in Serbo-Croatian: Za mog sina) - Turkish drama
  • Shopping kraljica - (Shopping Queen) - Croatian reality show


  • Nepobedivo srce - (Invincible Heart) - Serbian soap opera
  • Greh njene majke - (The Sin of Her Mother) - Serbian soap opera
  • Ranjeni orao - (Wounded Eagle) - Serbian soap opera
  • Aşk ve Ceza - (in Serbo-Croatian: Ljubav i kazna) Turkish soap opera
  • Ezel - Turkish soap opera (in cooperation with BHT 1)
  • Larin izbor - Croatian soap opera (Season 1 in cooperation with RTRS)
  • Bolji život - Yugoslav TV series with mixed elements of soap opera, comedy and drama
  • Luda kuća - (Crazy House) Croatian comedy series
  • Sve će biti dobro (Everything will be fine) - Croatian soap opera
  • Dolina sunca (Sun valley) - Croatian soap opera
  • Villa Maria - Croatian soap opera
  • Zora dubrovačka (Dubrovnik's Dawn) - Croatian telenovela
  • Bitange i princeze - Croatian comedy series

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