Television in Germany started in Berlin on March 22, 1935 and broadcast 90 minutes three times a week. Fernsekhender was the first public television station in the world named by Paul Nipkov.
In 2000, there were about 36.5 million television households in the German television market, making it the largest television market in Europe. Currently, 95% of German households have at least one television buyer. All major German TV channels are free.
1-2-3 TV Free Frequency
|Position||Satellite||Beam EIRP (dBW)||Frequency||System||SR FEC||Encryption||Packages||Language||Source|
|19.2°E||Astra 1KR||Europe||10803 H||DVB-S2 8PSK||22000||Ger||N Schlammer|
|49-51||MPEG-4 HD 1080||3/4||T Viererbe 130601|
|19.2°E||Astra 1M||Europe||12460 H||DVB-S||27500||Ger||T Viererbe|