RBB Berlin

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RBB Berlin
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TV station ( public service )
Program type Full program
reception Cable , satellite & antenna , DVB-S and DVB-T
Image resolution ( Entry missing )
business May 1, 2003 to February 29, 2004
Broadcaster Broadcasting Berlin-Brandenburg (2003-2004)
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The RBB Berlin was after the discontinuation of the SFB 1 operated by the broadcaster Free Berlin from May 1, 2003 to the end of February 2004 temporarily the third television program for Berlin . It was organized by the newly founded Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg (RBB). On March 1, 2004, the two television programs RBB Berlin and RBB Brandenburg were replaced by the joint new rbb television .


In 1965 the NDR , Radio Bremen and the SFB founded a joint third television program , the "Nordkette" (later: Nord 3, N3, today: NDR Fernsehen ). The NDR was in charge of the Nordkette. The SFB remained involved in the Nordkette until 1992.

Logo until April 2003
Logo of the SFB1 predecessor B1

After the German reunification , which also reunited both parts of Berlin, the SFB decided to start its own regional television program with a view to the early creation of private regional programs for Berlin. From October 1992 the SFB started its own regional television program. The SFB thus left the joint program N3, which the SFB operated together with the NDR and Radio Bremen until then. This program was called B1 , which stood for Berlin 1 .

On April 21, 2001, the program was activated on an analog Astra satellite channel (daily from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m.) and renamed SFB1 . One reason for the renaming was that many Berliners did not associate the abbreviation B1 with the SFB.

From May 2003 on (merger of SFB and ORB to form RBB) the program was distributed as rbb Berlin . At the end of March 2004 it went on together with rbb Brandenburg on the new rbb television . Since then, only the evening show in the Berlin regional program and Brandenburg currently in the Brandenburg regional program have been broadcast separately for 30 minutes from 7.30 p.m.

Individual evidence

  1. B1 starts analog test operation on April 16 on Astra . SatelliFax, April 12, 2001

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