DW (Español) TV
DW (Español) is the regional version of the official German television program Deutsche Welle für Amerika. The program focuses on news and information and was restarted on February 6, 2012. The program is broadcast via cable and satellite and produced in Berlin.
DW-TV started in August 1988 as RIAS-TV, a television station of the West Berlin broadcaster RIAS (radio / broadcasting in the American sector in the American sector). The following year, RIAS-TV, which meant the fall of the Berlin Wall and German reunification in 1990, would be closed.
On April 1, 1992, Deutsche Welle acquired a RIAS TV broadcasting system to launch a German and English television channel via the DW-TV satellite, and added a short Spanish broadcasting segment in November of the same year. He started working 24 hours in 1995 (12 hours German, 10 hours English, 2 hours Spanish).
Then DW-TV introduced a new news studio and a new logo. Since February 6, 2012, Deutsche Welle has made an institutional restart and uses the abbreviation DW for all of its services. Deutsche Welle has also revised the entire television program. The Latin American desk has been broadcasting 20 hours of Spanish daily since 2012 and 24 hours of Spanish since September 30, 2013.
DW (Español) TV Free Frequency
|Position||Satellite||Beam EIRP (dBW)||Frequency||System||SR FEC||Encryption||Packages||Lang.||Source|
|55.5°W||Intelsat 34||Americas & Europe||3805 V||DVB-S2||30000||Spa||S Widdau|
|61.0°W||Amazonas 2||South America||11382 H||DVB-S||28888||Nagravision||Movistar||Spa||M Valenzuela|
|78.8°W||Sky Mexico 1||Mexico||11980 V||DVB-S||30000||Videoguard||Sky México||Spa||K Matew|
|113.0°W||Eutelsat 113 West A||C 1||3880 V||DVB-S2||30000||PowerVu||Spa||Abbie|
|58.0°W||Intelsat 21||Ku||DVB-S||Videoguard||Sky México||Spa||R Aransay|
|95.0°W||Intelsat 31||Ku||DSS||Videoguard||DirecTV Sur||Spa||A Camargo|
|95.1°W||Intelsat 30||Ku||DSS||Videoguard||DirecTV Norte||Spa||A Camargo|