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Telewizja Polska
Telewizja Polska
S.A. (TVP S.A., or Polish Television) is a public broadcasting corporation, the only public TV broadcaster in the territory of the Republic of Poland. It is the largest Polish television network, with 13 national and 16 regional channels. About a third of TVP's income comes from a broadcast receiver licence, while the rest is covered by commercials and sponsorships.

Contents

1 Timeline of Polish TV service 2 TVP channels

2.1 General and regional channels 2.2 HD channels 2.3 Specialty channels

3 International cooperation 4 Logo history 5 See also 6 References 7 External links

Timeline of Polish TV service[edit]

Main TVP headquarters at 17 Jan Paweł Woronicz street (ul. Jana Pawła Woronicza), Warsaw, Poland[1]

1935: The PIT (Państwowy Instytut Telekomunikacyjny - National Telecommunications Institute) starts working together with Polish Radio on establishing the first television service. 1937: Completion of the first black-and-white broadcasting station. 1938: Experimental channel launched, regular programming scheduled for 1941. 1939: All equipment destroyed by the German Army. 1947: PIT resumes work on television broadcasting. 1951: First Polish telecast after the Second World War. 1952: Beginning of regular programming. 1958: Newscast Dziennik Telewizyjny was founded. 1970: TVP2
TVP2
was founded. 1971: Start of colour broadcasting (in SECAM). 1989: Introduction of a teletext service. 1989: Dziennik Telewizyjny was replaced by Wiadomości. 1992: Telewizja Polska
Telewizja Polska
Spółka Akcyjna comes into existence upon the separation of television and radio public broadcasting by an act of parliament. 1993: Polskie Radio
Polskie Radio
i Telewizja (Polish Radio and Television) joins the European Broadcasting Union
European Broadcasting Union
as an active member (regrouping of OIRT and UER). 1994: Beginning of the change over from SECAM
SECAM
to PAL
PAL
for all channels except TVP1. 1995: Change over from SECAM
SECAM
to PAL
PAL
was completed as TVP1
TVP1
moved to this colour standard. 2003: Change of TVP logotype. 2009: New main headquarters building opened in Warsaw. 2013: Analogue terrestrial television was switched-off

TVP channels[edit] Bolded channels are accessible in Poland
Poland
via DVB-T. Other channels (except TVP Parlament) are satellite and (except Belsat TV
Belsat TV
and TVP Polonia) pay television. General and regional channels[edit]

TVP1: mostly news, current affairs, movies, dramas, and sports. Broadcasts 23.5 hours per day. TVP2: mostly news, movies, comedy, soap operas, series, stand-up comedy, culture, sports and game shows. Broadcasts 23.5 hours per day.

Audience share in 2013 [2]

Channel Total viewing (%)

TVP1 13.17%

TVP2 10.30%

TVP Info 2.61%

TVP Seriale 1.14%

TVP Polonia 0.68%

TVP Rozrywka 0.48%

TVP Historia 0.45%

TVP Kultura 0.41%

TVP HD 0.37%

TVP3 0.36%

TVP Sport 0.29%

Total 30.26%

TVP3: region-focused channel, which airs local programmes, and acts as the umbrella label for local stations including:

TVP3
TVP3
Białystok
Białystok
in Białystok
Białystok
for Podlaskie
Podlaskie
region TVP3
TVP3
Bydgoszcz in Bydgoszcz-Toruń
Bydgoszcz-Toruń
for the Kuyavian-Pomeranian region TVP3
TVP3
Gdańsk in Trójmiasto
Trójmiasto
for the Pomerania region, TVP3
TVP3
Gorzów Wielkopolski
Gorzów Wielkopolski
in Gorzów Wielkopolski
Gorzów Wielkopolski
for Lubusz region TVP3
TVP3
Katowice
Katowice
in Katowice
Katowice
(Upper Silesian Metropolis) for Silesian region TVP3
TVP3
Kielce
Kielce
in Kielce
Kielce
for Holy Cross region TVP3
TVP3
Kraków for the Lesser Poland
Poland
region TVP3
TVP3
Lublin for the Lublin region TVP3
TVP3
Łódź for the Łódź region TVP3
TVP3
Olsztyn for Warmia-Masuria region TVP3
TVP3
Opole
Opole
for the Opole
Opole
region TVP3
TVP3
Poznań for the Greater Poland
Poland
region TVP3
TVP3
Rzeszów for the Subcarpathian region TVP3
TVP3
Szczecin for the West Pomerania TVP3
TVP3
Warszawa for Warsaw
Warsaw
and the Masovia region TVP3
TVP3
Wrocław for the Lower Silesia region

HD channels[edit]

TVP1
TVP1
HD: HD version of TVP1, introduced June 1, 2012; TVP2
TVP2
HD: HD version of TVP2, introduced June 1, 2012; TVP Info
TVP Info
HD: HD version of TVP Info, introduced September 30, 2016; TVP HD: the best productions of TVP in HD, introduced August 6, 2008; TVP Sport
TVP Sport
HD: HD version of TVP Sport, introduced January 12, 2014.

Specialty channels[edit]

TVP Info: news channel. Broadcasts 24 hours per day. TVP Historia: focusing on history. Broadcasts 20 hours per day. TVP Kultura: high-brow culture channel, available on cable, satellite and DSL. Broadcasts 21 hours per day. TVP Polonia: retransmits selected TVP programming for the Polish diaspora (the so-called Polonia) in the USA, Canada, Latin America, Australia and New Zealand, South Africa, Europe, and the Caucasus. Broadcasts 24 hours per day. TVP Rozrywka: focusing on entertainment. Broadcasts 20 hours per day. [ [TVP Seriale]]: focusing on series. Broadcasts 21 hours per day TVP Sport: sport channel available on cable, satellite and DSL. Broadcasts 17 hours per day. TVP ABC: Children's channel. Broadcasts 15 hours per day. TVP Parlament: parliamentary channel. Broadcasts online.

Non-Polish language broadcasting includes Belsat TV
Belsat TV
– channel in the Belarusian language
Belarusian language
presenting news and subject-specific programming for the people of Belarus. Broadcasts 16 hours per day. International cooperation[edit] TVP has an agreement with the BBC, under which they will work together oin film and television productions.[3] The French-German TV liberal arts network ARTE cancelled a 15-year cooperation with TVP,[4] when it learned in February 2009 that TVP's general director, Piotr Farfał, was a member of the League of Polish Families, which opposed Arte’s "philosophy based on intercultural exchange"[5] and "the party that TVP's chairman is presently connected with does not share European values".[6] It was again cancelled in January 2016 after an amendment of the media law in Poland, which caused fears of a lack of pluralism and independence of TVP.[7] Logo history[edit]

1952–1992: inscription TP. 1992–2003: Green letter T, red V, blue P, and the word TELEWIZJA POLSKA S.A. and three stripes: red, green and blue. In addition to letters three lines. 2003–present: TVP logo and lettering TELEWIZJA POLSKA.

1952–1992

1992–2003

2003–present

See also[edit]

Polskie Radio Radiokomitet Krajowa Rada Radiofonii i Telewizji

References[edit]

^ "Redakcja tvp.pl" (in Polish). TVP S.A. Retrieved 2012-08-19.  ^ "TVP1, TVN, Polsat
Polsat
i TVP2
TVP2
mocno w dół w 2013 r. (top 122)". wirtualnemedia.pl. 2 January 2014.  ^ "TVP stawia na współpracę z BBC. Nowe produkcje". Media2.pl. Retrieved 12 July 2015.  ^ arte.tv. Archived 2012-07-08 at Archive.is ^ "Libertas to cut links with controversial Polish political party". The Irish Times. 19 March 2009. Retrieved 12 July 2015.  ^ Nick Holdsworth. "Dual peril for Poland's top pubcaster". Variety. Retrieved 12 July 2015.  ^ Francuska TV ARTE zrywa współpracę z TVP (in Polish)

Official website (in Polish) Digitaltvnews.net, Poland's TVP Launches Free-To-Air Satellite Platform.

External links[edit]

News related to Dzień Otwarty w Telewizji Polskiej pod hasłem „najbliżej gwiazd” at Wikinews Media related to Telewizja Polska
Telewizja Polska
at Wikimedia Commons

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Telewizja Polska

General Channels

TVP1 TVP2 TVP3

HD Channels

TVP1
TVP1
HD TVP2
TVP2
HD TVP HD TVP Sport
TVP Sport
HD

Speciality Channels

TVP Info TVP Historia TVP Kultura TVP Polonia TVP Seriale TVP Rozrywka TVP Sport TVP Parlament TVP ABC

Local branches

TVP3
TVP3
Białystok TVP3
TVP3
Bydgoszcz TVP3
TVP3
Gdańsk TVP3
TVP3
Gorzów Wielkopolski TVP3
TVP3
Katowice TVP3
TVP3
Kielce TVP3
TVP3
Kraków TVP3
TVP3
Lublin TVP3
TVP3
Łódź TVP3
TVP3
Olsztyn TVP3
TVP3
Opole TVP3
TVP3
Poznań TVP3
TVP3
Rzeszów TVP3
TVP3
Szczecin TVP3
TVP3
Warszawa TVP3
TVP3
Wrocław Belsat TV

Defunct

Tylko Muzyka TVP3 TVP Żagle

Planned

TVP Dokument

Current

Telegazeta Agencja Informacji

Defunct

iTVP Platforma cyfrowa TVP

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Television
Television
in Poland

Telewizja Polska

TVP1
TVP1
(HD) TVP2
TVP2
(HD) TVP3 TVP Info
TVP Info
(HD) TVP Polonia TVP Kultura TVP Historia TVP Rozrywka TVP ABC TVP Sport
TVP Sport
(HD) TVP Seriale TVP HD Belsat TV TVP Parlament

Telewizja Polsat

Polsat
Polsat
(HD) TV4 (HD) TV6 (HD) Polsat
Polsat
2 (HD) Polsat
Polsat
News (HD) Polsat
Polsat
News 2 Polsat
Polsat
Sport (HD) Polsat
Polsat
Sport Extra (HD) Polsat
Polsat
Sport News (HD) Polsat
Polsat
Sport Fight (HD) Polsat
Polsat
Film (HD) Polsat
Polsat
Romans Polsat
Polsat
Café (HD) Polsat
Polsat
Play (HD) Super Polsat
Polsat
(HD) Polsat
Polsat
Music (HD) Disco Polo Music Superstacja
Superstacja
(HD) Eska TV
Eska TV
(HD) Eska TV
Eska TV
Extra (HD) Polo TV VOX Music TV Eska Rock TV Polsat
Polsat
JimJam Crime+Investigation Polsat Polsat
Polsat
Viasat Explore
Viasat Explore
(HD) Polsat
Polsat
Viasat History
Viasat History
(HD) Polsat
Polsat
Viasat Nature Polsat
Polsat
1

TVN Group
TVN Group
(SNI)

TVN (HD) TVN7
TVN7
(HD) TVN24
TVN24
(HD) TVN24
TVN24
BIS (HD) TVN Fabuła
TVN Fabuła
(HD) TVN Style
TVN Style
(HD) TVN Turbo
TVN Turbo
(HD) TTV (HD) HGTV
HGTV
(HD) Travel Channel (HD) Food Network
Food Network
(HD) NTL Radomsko iTVN iTVN Extra TVN Meteo

Telewizja Puls

TV Puls
TV Puls
(HD) Puls 2 (HD)

Canal+
Canal+
Group

Canal+
Canal+
(HD) Canal+
Canal+
1 (HD) Canal+
Canal+
Sport (HD) Canal+
Canal+
Sport 2 HD Canal+
Canal+
Film (HD) Canal+
Canal+
Family (HD) Canal+
Canal+
Seriale (HD) Canal+
Canal+
Discovery HD Ale Kino+
Ale Kino+
(HD) Planete+ (HD) Kuchnia+
Kuchnia+
(HD) Domo+ (HD) MiniMini+ (HD) Teletoon+ (HD) nSport+ (HD)

ZPR Media Group

Nowa TV
Nowa TV
(HD) Fokus TV
Fokus TV
(HD)

Discovery Communications

Discovery Channel (HD) Discovery Science (HD) DTX (HD) TLC (HD) ID (HD) Discovery Historia Discovery Life (HD) Animal Planet Metro (HD) Eurosport 1
Eurosport 1
(HD) Eurosport 2
Eurosport 2
(HD)

Viacom Media Networks

MTV VH1 Nickelodeon (HD) Comedy Central (HD) Comedy Central Family

Disney Channels Worldwide

Disney Channel Disney Junior Disney XD

Other terrestrial digital (free)

ATM Rozrywka Stopklatka TV
Stopklatka TV
(HD) TV Trwam WP (HD) Zoom TV (HD)

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Members of the European Broadcasting Union

Active members

Current

ARD ARMR ARMTV BBC BHRT BNR BNT BTRC C1R Canal+ CLT/RTL COPE ČRo ČT CyBC DR E1 ENRS ENTV ERR ERSL ERT ERTT ERTU France 24 FTV GPB HRT İTV JRTV LNC LR LRT LTV M6 MCD MRT FI/MTV MTVA NPO NRK NTU ORF PBS PR Radio France RAI RDO RFI RMC ROR RTBF RTCG RTÉ RTP RTS RTSH RTVA RTVE RTVS RTVSLO RÚV SER SMTV SNRT SR SRG SSR SVT TDA TF1 TG4 TL TMC (French) TRM TV2 (DK) TV2 (NO) TV4 TVP TVR TRT UA:PBC UKIB UR VGTRK VR VRT Yle ZDF

Applicants

1FLTV 2M TV IPBC KRTC QR RTK

Former

IBA JRT LJBC MR MTV NERIT SRo STV TMC (Italian) UJRT

Associate members and approved participants

Associate

ABC (Australia) ABC (United States) All India Radio APM Bayrak Canal 13 (Chile) CBC/SRC CBS CCTV Fuji TV/JOCX-DTV ICRT IRIB JBA KA KBS La7 MBC Mediaset NBAB NBC NHK NPR ORTAS PARTSO RB RNZ RTHK RTM SABC SBS TBS/JORX-DTV TEME TFM/JOAU-FM TVC/FPA TVM (Mauritania) TVNZ WFMT WGBH WNYC-FM/NYPR

Approved

3sat Arte Abertis
Abertis
Telecom CAT Euronews JPMRD RTRN TV5Monde

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National media in the former Eastern Bloc

Overview

Eastern Bloc
Eastern Bloc
information dissemination Broadcasting in the Soviet Union Mass media in Communist Czechoslovakia

Newspapers

Central newspapers of the Soviet Union Pravda
Pravda
(Russian SFSR) Zvyazda
Zvyazda
(Belarus) Rabotnichesko Delo (Bulgaria) Rudé právo
Rudé právo
(Czechoslovakia) Pravda
Pravda
(Slovakia) Laiko Vima
Laiko Vima
(Albania) Mladá fronta DNES
Mladá fronta DNES
(Czechoslovakia) Neues Deutschland
Neues Deutschland
(East Germany) Rahva Hääl
Rahva Hääl
(Estonia) Neuvosto-Karjala (Karelia) Sovetskaya Latviya
Sovetskaya Latviya
(Latvia) Czerwony Sztandar (Lithuania) Tiesa (Lithuania) Zëri i Popullit
Zëri i Popullit
(Albania) Népszabadság
Népszabadság
(Hungary) Esti Budapest
Esti Budapest
(Hungary) Trybuna Ludu
Trybuna Ludu
(Poland) Scînteia
Scînteia
(Romania) Komsomolskaya Pravda
Pravda
(Russian SFSR) Pionerskaya Pravda
Pravda
(Russian SFSR) Trud (Russian SFSR) Borba (Yugoslavia)

TV

ČST (Czechoslovakia) DFF (East Germany) DFF2 (East Germany) ETV (Estonian SSR) LTV1 (Latvian SSR) Lietuvos Televizija (Lithuanian SSR) Televizioni Shqiptar (Albania) Bulgarian National Television Efir 2
Efir 2
(Bulgaria) m1 (Hungary) m2 (Hungary) TVP1
TVP1
(Poland) TVP2
TVP2
(Poland) TVR1 (Romania) TVR2 (Romania) AzTV (Azerbaijani SSR) Soviet Central Television
Television
(Russian SFSR) Soviet TV Channel 1 (Russian SFSR) Moscow Channel (Russian SFSR) Leningrad Television
Television
(Russian SFSR) Belarus
Belarus
Television
Television
(Byelorussian SSR) Canalul 1 (Moldavian SSR) UT1 (Ukrainian SSR) First Channel (Georgian SSR) Armenia 1
Armenia 1
(Armenian SSR)

Radio

Rundfunk der DDR Berliner Rundfunk
Berliner Rundfunk
(East Germany) Deutschlandsender
Deutschlandsender
(East Germany) Radio DDR 1
Radio DDR 1
(East Germany) Radio DDR 2
Radio DDR 2
(East Germany) DT64 (East Germany) Radio Berlin International Eesti Raadio (Estonian SSR) Latvijas Radio
Latvijas Radio
1 (Latvian SSR) Lietuvos radijas (Lithuanian SSR) Radio Tirana (Albania) Radio Bulgaria Horizont (Bulgaria) Magyar Rádió (Hungary) Kossuth Rádió (Hungary) Radio Polonia Program 1 Polskiego Radia (Poland) Radio România Actualităţi (Romania) Radio România Cultural (Romania) Radio3Net (Romania) Radio Moscow
Radio Moscow
(Russian SFSR) Public Radio of the Armenian SSR Radio Belarus
Belarus
(Byelorussian SSR) Radio Georgia (Georgian SSR)

Misc

TASS (Russian SFSR wire service) RIA Novosti
RIA Novosti
(Russian SFSR press agency) Gosteleradio (Russian SFSR TV/Radio) Belarusian Telegraph Agency (Byelorussian SSR wire service) ELTA
ELTA
(Lithuanian SSR wire service) Soviet Information Bureau

Authority control

WorldCat Identities VIAF: 156595218 ISNI: 0000 0001 2192 3953 BNF:

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