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Dr1

DR1
Launched 2 October 1951[1]
Network DR
Owned by DR
Picture format 720p (HDTV)
Audience share 24.6% (2008, [2])
Slogan Vi mødes på DR1! (Let's meet at DR1)
Country Denmark
Broadcast area Kingdom of Denmark and most southern Sweden via terrestrial network.[3]
Headquarters DR Byen
CopenhagenDenmark
Formerly called Statsradiofonien TV (1951-1959),
DR TV (1959-1988),
1'eren (1988-1996)
Sister channel(s) DR2
DR3
DR K
DR Ramasjang
DR Ultra
Website dr.dk/dr1
Availability
Terrestrial
DTT Channel 1
Satellite
Canal Digital Channel 1
Viasat Channel 1
Cable
YouSee Channel 1
Stofa Channel 1
Waoo Channel 1
IPTV
TDC TV Channel 1
Streaming media
DR Nu dr.dk/TV/live/dr1

DR1 is a Danish national television channel, produced by the public service broadcaster, DR. It was the first television station to be established in Denmark, and began broadcasting in 1951 – at first only for an hour a day three times a week.

Today DR1 is DR's principal channel for news and current affairs coverage, although it also broadcasts entertainment and drama as well as other factual and cultural content. Its programming is designed to be of broad appeal to the whole spectrum of the Danish population.[4]

Contents

  • Programming aired by DR1 1
    • Own productions 1.1
    • News 1.2
    • Consumer 1.3
    • Entertainment 1.4
    • Imported 1.5
    • Children 1.6
    • Teen 1.7
    • Other 1.8
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Programming aired by DR1

Own productions

News

Consumer

Entertainment

Imported

Children

Teen

Other

References

  1. ^
  2. ^ TNS Gallup TV-Meter
  3. ^
  4. ^ About DR

External links

  • DR1


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