Regional television Upper Bavaria

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Regional television Upper Bavaria
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TV station (private law)
reception Analog: Cable
Digital :, DVB-C , DVB-S , IPTV
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Start of transmission 1987 as RFR
owner Norbert Haimerl (67%)
WWZ Beteiligungsges. mbH (33%)
Broadcaster Regional television Upper Bavaria GmbH
executive Director Norbert Haimerl
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The Regional Oberbayern (RFO) is a private regional television station in Rosenheim . It emerged from the regional television Rosenheim (RFR) founded in 1987 . The reason for the renaming was the expansion of the transmission area to include the districts of Traunstein, Berchtesgadener Land, Mühldorf and Altötting. The program is distributed in the RTL regional window via cable, DVB-T and satellite, and contributions from the region are broadcast. The provider is financed through advertising, shareholders include the Döser family, who also run regional daily newspapers and the local Charivari radio . Most of the team consists of trainees. In addition to the normal television program, Regional Fernsehen Oberbayern also implements commissioned productions such as image spots and advertising. In June 2013, the broadcaster withdrew from DVB-T for cost reasons.


The one hour program is broadcast between 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. (repetition of the previous day) and from 4 p.m. (repetition) to 6 a.m. The current program begins at 6 p.m. and is repeated every hour. The latest news from the region is shown from 6 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. In the second half hour, the Regio-Magazin follows from the various districts ( Rosenheim , Traunstein , Berchtesgadener Land , Mühldorf and Altötting ).

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