Sport1 (Germany)

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For information on the Hungary, Romania, the Czech Republic and Slovakia television, see Sport1 (Eastern Europe). For information on the Dutch premium television service Sport1, see Sport1 (Netherlands). For the Sport 1 channel in Lithuania, see Sport1 (Lithuania). For the Sport 1 channel in Russia, see Sport-1 (Russia).
Sport1
Sport-1-Logo, 2013.svg
Launched July 1, 1993; 23 years ago (1993-07-01)
Owned by Constantin Medien AG / Constantin Sport Holding GmbH
Picture format 576i (16:9 SDTV)
1080i (16:9 HDTV)
Audience share 1.1% (March 2017 (2017-03), KEK)
Country Germany
Language German
Broadcast area Germany, Austria, Switzerland
Headquarters Ismaning, Germany
Formerly called Deutsches Sportfernsehen (1993-2010)
Sister channel(s) Sport1+
Sport1US
Website www.sport1.de
Availability
Terrestrial
DVB-T2 (encrypted)
Satellite
Sky Deutschland (Germany/Austria) Channel 291 (SD) / Channel 290 (HD)
Cable
Kabel Deutschland (Germany) Channel 401 (SD) / Channel 449 (HD)
Unitymedia (Germany) Channel 300 (SD) / Channel 89 (HD)
NetCologne (Germany) Channel 45 (SD) / Channel 145 (HD)
UPC Austria (Austria) Channel 312 (SD) / Channel 302 (HD)
UPC Switzerland (Switzerland) Channel 47 (HD)
IPTV
Telekom Entertain (Germany) Channel 51 (SD/HD)

Sport1 is a privately owned commercial German television channel. Until April 11, 2010, it was called DSF (Deutsches Sportfernsehen). It was founded on January 1, 1993 out of the television channel Tele 5 which had become the successor of the music video channel musicbox on January 11, 1988. SPORT1 has its headquarters in Ismaning near Munich.

SPORT1 broadcasts from the Astra 1H, 1M, and 3A satellites and is uplinked by SES Platform Services (now MX1).

Programming[edit]

Football
Basketball
Handball
Other sports

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