|TV station ( public service )|
|Program type||Full program|
|reception||Digital: DVB-T2 , DVB-C , DVB-S , IPTV|
|Start of transmission||August 30, 1998|
|Seat||Saarbrücken , Germany|
|List of TV channels|
As early as April 5, 1969, Saarländischer Rundfunk, together with what was then Süddeutscher Rundfunk (SDR) and Südwestfunk (SWF) , launched the third TV program Südwest 3 for the states of Baden-Württemberg , Rhineland-Palatinate and Saarland . The program was gradually expanded to become a full program until there had been daily broadcasts since 1971. In the blanking interval of this program, the SR started its regional teletext offer on October 2, 1989 under the name SAARTEXT, which is still broadcast today.
With the merger of SDR and SWF to form Südwestrundfunk (SWR) on August 30, 1998, the previous joint third television program Südwest 3 was converted into the two regional variants Südwest BW and Südwest RP . The SR used this restructuring to start its own third television program SR Südwest Fernsehen (initially called SR Fernsehen Südwest ). Since September 11, 2006 the program is officially called SR TV .
Since September 10, 2007, SR TV has broadcast all programs in 16: 9 format. On February 11, 2016, a test operation in HD format 720p began via Astra 19.2 degrees east, which was transferred to regular operation in the course of 2016.
The information programs on SR television include in particular the program Current Report (Mon – Fri 7:20 pm, Sat – Sun 7:45 pm ), as well as the news program Aktuell (6:00 pm, 9:45 pm and Mon – Fri 4:00 pm, 5:00 pm: 00), the weekly review Daten der Woche (Sat 19:15) and the magazine program Mag'S (Magazin Saar) (Thu 20:15). Video reporters report on the latest news from the Saarland in the broadcast “ Directly there” (Mon, 6:50 p.m.).
The programs SportArena (Sun 6:45 pm and 10:00 pm, main sport broadcast) and Arena on Saturday (Sat 5:30 pm, focus on football) are dedicated to the sporting events in Saarland . On current occasions, the SR realizes the program Sport-Extra .
The program 100% Urlaub is (next to Ratgeber Reise , which the SR produces for Das Erste ) the most popular of the station (Sa 16:00, Fri 18:15). In addition, there are the programs Fahr mal hin , Reisewege und Schätze des Landes , which are produced in alternation with Südwestrundfunk.
One of the currently best-known entertainment programs on SR television is Alfons and guests with Alfons (Sa, 11:35 pm). The show Roglers Rasendes Kabarett with the cabaret artist Richard Rogler , which is now repeated in the night program of the first, is no longer produced. The SR also produces "Puschel TV" with Alfons.
The cultural scene in Saarland is dealt with weekly by Kulturspiegel (Wed, 6:50 p.m.), partly also by the program Wir im Saarland (Fri, 6:50 p.m.), and the program SaarLorLüx (Mon, 6:50 p.m. and Sat, 17). The show Sellemols offers a look back at times gone by .
In addition to the above-mentioned self-produced programs, which fill around 30% of the program, the SR also feeds programs from other state broadcasters into its television program, in particular as part of a cooperation with SWR, with which a joint program for the third television program SWR Fernsehen Baden-Württemberg , SWR Fernsehen Rheinland-Pfalz and SR Fernsehen is produced.
Productions for ARD / Das Erste
In addition to regional reports for the information programs, SR Fernsehen produces for Das Erste the Tatort programs from Saarland, alternating with other broadcasters, the business magazine PlusMinus , broadcasts the Tour de France and the Germany tour and produces the program trailers for Das Erste and the digital programs EinsPlus and EinsExtra (until September 2009 also for Einsfestival ).
Like all other ARD television programs, SR television is broadcast digitally via the Astra satellite system at the orbital position 19.2 ° East (transponder 93, 12.266 MHz, horizontal, 27.500 MSymb / s, DVB-S standard) and can be on can be received throughout Europe in this way. The HD variant is broadcast via transponder 39, 10,891 MHz, horizontal, 22,000 MSymb / s.
As the network operator responsible for Saarland, Vodafone Kabel Deutschland GmbH feeds SR television into the entire Saarland analogue channel 8 into the cable network.
With a few exceptions, SR television in Saarland is fed digitally on channel S32 across the country.
Since May 25, 2010, SR television can be received nationwide after the ARD radio transponder has been fed into the entire Vodafone Kabel Deutschland network and, since April 24, 2018, also at Unitymedia .
SR television for Saarland is broadcast in digital DVB-T standard on channel 42 (642 MHz) via the Göttelborner Höhe, Schoksberg and Spiesen transmitters and can also be received in the neighboring areas of Rhineland-Palatinate, Luxembourg and France.
Via the networks of Telekom Entertain (IPTV service from Deutsche Telekom AG) and Vodafone TV, SR TV can be received across Germany via the Internet.
- Official website of SR television
References and individual references
- Digital satellite television - HD reception parameters . Broadcasting Berlin-Brandenburg. Retrieved August 9, 2016.