plus minus

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Television broadcast
Original title plus minus
Plus minus logo.jpg
Country of production Germany
original language German
Year (s) since 1975
Bayerischer Rundfunk,
Hessischer Rundfunk,
Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk,
Norddeutscher Rundfunk,
Saarländischer Rundfunk,
Westdeutscher Rundfunk
length 30 minutes
(Wednesday 9:45 p.m.)
genre Information and magazine broadcast
Moderation Pinar Atalay
Gunnar Breske
Simon Pützstück
Christian Nitsche
Alev Seker
Markus Gürne
Karin Lambert-Butenschön
First broadcast January 9, 1975 on German television

plusminus is a business magazine of the First German Television , which has been produced by several ARD broadcasters since 1975 . After several changes to broadcast time, broadcast length and number of hits, the business editors of seven broadcasters alternate weekly in the current constellation: BR, HR, MDR, NDR, SR, SWR and WDR. The regular broadcast time is on Wednesdays from 9.45pm to 10.15pm.

Plus Minus 1975 sparked the magazine market from. The program looks at the big issues as well as everyday economic processes from the perspective of the common man and consumer and, through continuous in-depth information on all economic and socio-political issues, aims to enable viewers to get their own picture of what consumers , employees and taxpayers are to make economic processes and connections. The range of topics is very broad; In terms of form, the program offers mainly classic magazine pieces, but often also investigative research articles or tests, often combined with specific tips and hints on how to avoid the problems identified.

Since September 18, 2007 plusminus has been broadcast in 16: 9 widescreen format and in a new design, meanwhile (depending on the broadcasting company producing it, e.g. HR) partly also in HD. The cost per issue is given as around 60,000 euros.

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Individual evidence

  1. Markus Brauck, Hauke ​​Goos, Isabell Hülsen , Alexander Kühn: image disturbance . In: Der Spiegel . No. 41 , 2017, p. 10–16 ( online - October 7, 2017 ).
  2. GEZ and TV fees - are ARD and ZDF allowed to collect more? In: . ( [accessed on October 6, 2017]).