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Kabel eins

kabel eins
Current logo of kabel eins
Launched 29 February 1992
Owned by ProSiebenSat.1 Media
Audience share 3.8% (2014, KEK[1])
Slogan So sieht’s aus
(that's how it looks like)
Country Germany
Broadcast area National
also distributed in:
Austria
Switzerland
Eastern Europe
Headquarters Unterföhring, Germany
Formerly called Der Kabelkanal (until 24 December 1994)
Kabel 1 (until 28 March 2005)
Sister channel(s) SAT.1
ProSieben
sixx
kabel eins classics
Website www.kabeleins.de
Availability
Terrestrial
different
Satellite
Astra 1L 12,544 H / 22,000 / 5/6
Cable
Kabel Deutschland, Kabel BW, Unity Media different
IPTV
T-Home ?

kabel eins (literally: cable one) is a commercial television channel in Germany. It started business on 29 February 1992, as the Kabelkanal and belongs to the ProSiebenSat.1 Media AG. The channel is largely known for showing classic American films as well as series and documentaries. It is considered to be the little sister channel of ProSieben. In recent years, kabel eins has regularly taken over TV series from ProSieben when they were not successful enough or had already been shown several times. The best example of this is Without a Trace, which was considered a failure on ProSieben but is quite successful on kabel eins. It also acquired several shows from RTL II.

Contents

  • Programming 1
    • Imported 1.1
    • Local 1.2
    • Programming Blocks 1.3
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Programming

Imported

Local

Programming Blocks

See also

References

  1. ^ url=http://www.kek-online.de/medienkonzentration/zuschaueranteile.html

External links

  • Official Site
  • HD+ site


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