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ARTE (Association relative à la télévision européenne) is a public Franco-German
Franco-German
TV network that promotes programming in the areas of culture and the arts. It is made up of three separate companies: the Strasbourg-based European Economic Interest Grouping
European Economic Interest Grouping
ARTE GEIE, plus two member companies acting as editorial and programme production centres, ARTE France
France
in Paris (France) and ARTE Deutschland in Baden-Baden (Germany). As an international joint venture (an EEIG), its programmes cater technically to audiences from both France
France
and Germany. This implies double-titling, opposite-language subtitling, dubbing, hosts who speak both languages alternately, and two separate audio tracks (through DVB-T, satellite television and digital cable). 80% of ARTE's programming are provided in equal proportion by the two member companies ARTE France
France
and ARTE Deutschland while the remainder is being provided by ARTE GEIE and the channel's European partners.[1] ARTE France
France
was formerly known as La Sept. ARTE Deutschland TV GmbH is a subsidiary of the two main public German TV networks ARD and ZDF. Selected programmes are available with English, Spanish and Polish subtitles online.[2][3]

Contents

1 History 2 Transmission and reception

2.1 International

3 Market Share 4 Programming

4.1 Series

5 Online

5.1 ARTE in English / en español / po polsku

6 Logos 7 See also 8 References 9 External links

History[edit]

The ARTE building in Strasbourg

ARTE began transmission in 1992, filling frequencies left unused by the demise of La Cinq, the first French commercial television network (created in 1986). The opening night on 30 May 1992 was broadcast live from the Strasbourg
Strasbourg
Opera House.[4] ARTE started out as an evening-only service. In the daytime, the frequencies were shared with other channels. A public channel called Télé emploi occupied the French frequencies for about a month during 1994, before the start of La Cinquième (now France
France
5) in December that year. For German viewers, ARTE was assigned a frequency on the Astra 1D satellite in late 1994, and it was eventually shared with Nickelodeon Germany, later replaced by the new public children's channel Kinderkanal. In 1996, it started offering an afternoon schedule with reruns for viewers on digital satellite and digital cable. A "proper" afternoon schedule with programmes between 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. was introduced on 6 January 2001.[5] The channel eventually got its own analogue frequency on the Astra satellites. Since 2005 ARTE broadcasts 24/7. In 2007 the catch-up service ARTE+7 is launched, offering internet users free access to a broad range of programs within seven days of their original transmission.[6] Transmission and reception[edit] ARTE is broadcast in France
France
and Germany
Germany
free of charge 24 hours via satellite (Astra and Hot Bird), cable, ADSL
ADSL
and digital terrestrial television (DTT), as well as on the internet and mobile devices. Many satellite, cable, DSL
DSL
and IPTV
IPTV
operators in other European countries, Africa and the rest of the world carry ARTE’s programmes as well. ARTE programmes are available with multi-channel audio: all programmes go out in French and in German. Further the original version is screened whenever possible with subtitles in French and German and the hearing or visually impaired may get subtitles or an audio description. Since 2015 a selection of programmes are available with English and Spanish subtitles online, with Polish to follow in late 2016.[7] The channel enjoys a major footprint in Europe. Both the German and the French version can be received in nearly whole Europe via the satellite Astra1 (19, 2° East), the French version is also available via Hot Bird
Hot Bird
(13° East). In addition ARTE is relayed not only by all cable networks in Germany
Germany
and France, but by numerous cable networks in Austria, Belgium, Finland, Luxembourg, Switzerland, and in the Netherlands too. Since 2008 ARTE broadcasts in HD in Germany
Germany
and in France. Like the national channels of its own respective countries, the German HDTVversion of ARTE broadcasts in 720p50, while the French one broadcasts in 1080i25. In April 2016 ARTE co-produced (with Astra satellite owner, SES) a live Ultra-high-definition television broadcast of the Le Corsaire
Le Corsaire
ballet from the Vienna State Opera. The programme was transmitted free-to-air on the UHD1 demonstration channel from the Astra 19.2°E
Astra 19.2°E
satellites.[8] Online ARTE programmes can be streamed live or watched on catch-up TV for at least 7 and up to 700 days on ARTE+7 and the theme platforms ARTE Concert, Creative, Info, Future or Cinema. International[edit] In Africa, ARTE is broadcast via satellite, cable, MMDS
MMDS
and ADSL
ADSL
in many other countries, via the digital service CanalSat Horizons. Many French-language ARTE programs are also broadcast in Canada on the Ici ARTV cable channel, partly owned by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (85%) and ARTE itself (15%). The Australian Special Broadcasting Service translates many ARTE programs into English for broadcast on its own television network and overseas. Market Share[edit] ARTE usually has more viewers in France
France
than in Germany. In 2015, its share of overall viewing was about 2,2 % in France
France
and about 1% in Germany. The differences can be put down to the different television markets in both countries. In France, ARTE was long-time available to almost everyone as one of six analogue terrestrial channels. Relatively few French households received cable and satellite television, and the other terrestrial channels didn't really compete with ARTE. Meanwhile, thanks to widespread roll-out of cable television, the vast majority of German households had access to about three dozen channels, including several from the public broadcasters with content similar to Arte.[9] After the introduction of digital terrestrial television in France, ARTE’s market share has fallen there, while it has been more or less flat in Germany. Programming[edit]

Abenteuer Arte Arte
Arte
Journal – information program Arte
Arte
Reportage – current affairs program Arte
Arte
Themenabend – special topics show A Very Secret Service – spy comedy Bagdad, le bac sous les bombes / Die Jungs von der Bagdad-High – documentary film Die Nacht/La Nuit – late-night news Do Not Track, a 2015 Arte
Arte
co-produced web documentary Durch die Nacht mit … (2002–present) Geo 360° (1999–present) Karambolage – a show about French/German customs (2004–present) Kurzschluss (2001–present) Metropolis (2001–present) Le dessous des cartes (Mit offenen Karten) – geopolitical documentary (1992–present) Tracks – music program (1997–present) WunderWelten (2005-2009)

Series[edit]

1864 (2015) Apple Tree Yard
Apple Tree Yard
(Nachdem ich ihm begegnet bin) (2018) Borgen (2012-2015) Breaking Bad
Breaking Bad
– Award-winning American drama series (2010-2015) Capital (Wir sind alle Millionäre) (2017) Captain Alatriste
Captain Alatriste
(Mit Dolch und Degen) (2015, 2017) DCI Banks
DCI Banks
(2012-2016) Den fjärde mannen (Der vierte Mann) (2017) Eyewitness (Øyevitne) (2015, 2017) Fatale-Station (Unerwünscht) (2017) Fortitude (Fortitude - Ein Ort wie kein anderer) (2017) Gomorrha (2015, 2017) Hatufim (2013-2016) Hotel Beau Séjour
Hotel Beau Séjour
(Zimmer 108) (2017) Im Angesicht des Verbrechens (2010-2011, 2013) Jekyll (2009-2010) Kidnap and Ransom
Kidnap and Ransom
(Der Jäger - Geld oder Leben) (2015) Kommissarin Lund (Forbrydelsen) (2010-2012, 2014-2015, 2017) Les quatre soeurs (Vier Schwestern) (2018) Lilyhammer
Lilyhammer
(2014, 2016) Maroni (Die Geister des Flusses) (2018) Monroe (Dr. Monroe) (2013-2014) National Treasure (Ende einer Legende) (2018) Occupied (Okkupert) (2015, 2018) Paris (2015) Peaky Blinders (Peaky Blinders - Gangs of Birmingham) (2015–present) Points de Repères (Im Lauf der Zeit) (2016-2017) Rectify
Rectify
(2014-2015) River (2018) Silex and the City (2012–2017) Suburban Shootout
Suburban Shootout
( Suburban Shootout
Suburban Shootout
- Die Waffen der Frauen) (2010) The Code (Der Code) (2015, 2017) The Hour (2013) The Slap (2011) (The Slap - Nur eine Ohrfeige) (2013, 2015) The Spiral (2012, 2017) Transferts (Im fremden Körper) (2017) Virage Nord (Nordkurve) (2014-2015) Wolf Hall (Wölfe) (2016-2017)

Online[edit]

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ARTE offers programmes on all sorts of screens that are free and without advertising. The new media formats complement the on-air programming.

ARTE live: Programmes can be live streamed on www.arte.tv as well as on smartphones and tablets using the ARTE application ARTE+7: With the catch-up service, viewers can see programmes free of charge within seven days after first broadcast on the channel. ARTE Future: Platform that joins viewers and online users with experts and takes a closer look at tomorrow's world. Documentaries and fictions fuel the debate on social problems covering ecology, the economy and technology. ARTE Creative: Network, Magazine and laboratory for contemporary culture and creativity in all its forms. ARTE Concert (formerly Arte
Arte
Live Web): All the performing arts live, exclusive interviews, behind-the-scenes and backstage tours, etc. Web productions: Interactive web documentaries and web fictions Culture Touch : especially developed for tablets, the magazine gives a weekly overview of the latest cultural events in Europe, it presents the best of ARTE's programme in short videos, articles, photos and exclusive interviews. ARTE has also a radio web site, called Arte
Arte
Radio.

Arte
Arte
Live logo

Arte+7 logo

Arte
Arte
Info logo

Arte
Arte
Future logo

Arte
Arte
CREATIVE logo

Arte
Arte
Concert logo

Arte
Arte
Cinema logo

ARTE in English / en español / po polsku[edit] Since November 2015 ARTE offers selected programmes online with subtitles in English and Spanish, and since November 2016 in Polish.[10] The free offer is a project that ARTE is running with financial support from the European Union.[2] The subtitled programmes are available at www.arte.tv/en, www.arte.tv/es and http://www.arte.tv/guide/pl/. Logos[edit]

1995–2004

2004–2011

2011-2017

Arte
Arte
HD logo

Since 2017

See also[edit]

European Institutions in Strasbourg

References[edit]

^ "How is ARTE funded? - ARTE Entreprise". Retrieved 26 June 2016.  ^ a b Pressemitteilung: Der europäische Kultursender Arte
Arte
jetzt auch auf Englisch und Spanisch Archived 16 February 2016 at the Wayback Machine. ^ "Avec le polonais, ARTE désormais en cinq langues - Services". Services (in French). Retrieved 2016-12-04.  ^ "The founding of ARTE". arte.tv. Retrieved 6 November 2015.  ^ A R T E M a g a z i n e, 6 January 2001 ^ "Broadcasting Archives - ARTE Entreprise". ARTE Entreprise. Retrieved 2016-03-14.  ^ Zeitung, Münstersche. " Arte
Arte
setzt auf Themenabende". Retrieved 26 June 2016.  ^ SES and ARTE to Broadcast Le Corsaire
Le Corsaire
Ballet Live in Ultra HD via Astra 19.2 Business Wire. 29 March 2016. Accessed 27 April 2016 ^ Zehn Jahre arte ^ "ARTE wird multilingual". Retrieved 26 June 2016. 

External links[edit]

ARTE Website ARTE Corporate Website ARTE Radio ARTE's non free VoD service

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in Germany

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Television channels

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Deutschlandradio

Deutschlandfunk Deutschlandfunk
Deutschlandfunk
Kultur Deutschlandfunk
Deutschlandfunk
Nova Dok&Deb

Discontinued

D-Plus EinsPlus
EinsPlus
(cultural channel) EinsPlus
EinsPlus
(1996–2016) ZDF
ZDF
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Regional stations (Ö2)

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Co-operations

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Discontinued

TW1 Radio Österreich International Blue Danube Radio Radio 1476 Ö1
Ö1
Inforadio

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Free

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Arte
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TF1 France
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France
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France
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WorldCat Identities VIAF: 160217957 LCCN: n96075451 ISNI: 0000 0004 3075 2836 GND: 5565990-1 SUDOC: 032789432 BNF: cb123347412 (data) CiNii: DA16913997

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Coordinates: 48°35′38″N 7°45′58″E / 48.5938°N 7.7662°E

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