RBB Brandenburg

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TV station ( public service )
Program type Full program
reception Cable , satellite & antenna , DVB-S and DVB-T
business May 1, 2003 to February 29, 2004
Broadcaster Broadcasting Berlin-Brandenburg
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After the shutdown of ORB television by Ostdeutscher Rundfunk Brandenburg (ORB) in May 2003 until February 2004, RBB Brandenburg was temporarily the third television program for Brandenburg . It was organized by the newly founded Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg (RBB). On February 29, 2004, the two television programs RBB Brandenburg and RBB Berlin were replaced by the new rbb television .


The program started on January 1, 1992 under the name of Fernsehen Brandenburg . In the set-up phase, the ARD cultural television program Eins Plus was taken over from 3 p.m. to around 5:15 p.m. and after 9 p.m. In addition, there were initially only a few own programs in the program for cost reasons. Unusual for the Brandenburg audience, for example, was the fact that the news program was broadcast at 8:45 p.m. and a Brandenburg Journal at 7 p.m. Many East Germans had orientated themselves, especially after the fall of the Wall, to the beginning of the main news broadcast of the German TV broadcaster (DFF) at 7:30 p.m. In general, not least due to the cooperation with Eins Plus, there was no high level of audience acceptance.

A program reform soon followed on May 1, 1992. The main news program Brandenburg aktuell got its slot at 7:30 p.m., which is still valid today in the RBB television program. Later other programs with a regional character were added to the program, such as B. the popular live broadcast with audience participation on site . The ORB Aquarium was broadcast in the night program from 1992 to 2004 .

Beginning in July 1993, the station cooperated for a few years in the daily program with N3 , the third program of NDR and Radio Bremen.

The German-Polish program Kowalski meets Schmidt was a popular format . It was launched jointly by Germans and Poles for mutual understanding and is also being continued by the RBB. It is currently moderated by Ola Rosiak and Max Ruppert. In 2001 the program was awarded the German-Polish Journalism Prize. At that time it was moderated by Anna Posnanska and Fabian Maier .

From January 1, 1998, the program was broadcast analogously via the Astra 1B satellite and could thus be received throughout Europe. From May 2003 (merger of SFB and ORB to form RBB) until the end of March 2004, the program was distributed under the name RBB Brandenburg .

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Chronicle of ARD: N3 and Brandenburg television with a joint daily program