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Rai Südtirol (TV channel)

Rai Südtirol
Launched 7 February 1966
Owned by RAI
Picture format 4:3 SDTV
Country Italy
Broadcast area South Tyrol
Website raibz.rai.it

Rai Südtirol is a German language television channel produced by the Italian public-service broadcasting network RAI from its studios in Bolzano, and broadcast to the German-speaking public of South Tyrol. Unlike all others RAI channels, Rai Südtirol carries no commercials.

History

The headquarters of the RAI in Bolzano

Transmissions began on 7 February 1966. Programming initially occupied just one hour daily, broadcast on the local frequencies of Rete 2 (today's Rai 2) between 20.00 and 21.00. On 15 December 1979 Rai Sender Bozen began broadcasting on its own dedicated channel.

Weekly airtime

Unlike all other RAI channels, Rai Südtirol is not on air 24/7. It also broadcasts for different periods of time day by day. Outside its own broadcasting hours, Sender Bozen's frequencies are used by Rai 3.

Day Start End Total hours
Monday 18.00 22.30 4h30
Tuesday 20.00 22.30 2h30
Wednesday 20.00 22.30 2h30
Thursday 20.00 23.00 3h
Friday 18.00 22.30 4h30
Saturday 18.00 23.00 5h
Sunday 20.00 22.30 2h30

See also

External links

  • Official websiteRAI Südtirol (in German)


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