Television in Austria

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Television in Austria was introduced in 1956. The country uses DVB-T for broadcasting. Analog television was completely shut down on June 7, 2011. Austrian television was monopolized by government-owned television stations until 1996. The first private television station in Austria is ATV.

List of channels[edit]

Public

Commercial[edit]

Non-Commercial[edit]

Affiliates of German TV Channels[edit]

Local[edit]

Pay TV[edit]

Most-viewed channels[edit]

The channels with the largest viewing share in 2017 are:[1]

Position Channel Group Share of
total viewing (%)
1 ORF 2 ORF 20.6
2 ORF eins ORF 10.8
3 RTL RTL Group 4.7
4 ProSieben ProSiebenSat.1 Media 4.1
5 ZDF ZDF 4.1
6 Sat.1 ProSiebenSat.1 Media 3.9
7 VOX RTL Group 3.8
8 Das Erste ARD 3.1
9 Puls 4 ProSiebenSat.1 Media 3.0
10 ATV Tele München Gruppe 2.6

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Marktanteile Sender 2017" (in German). Arbeitsgemeinschaft TELETEST (AGTT). Retrieved 2018-07-15.

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