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TV channels from Hungary
Channel NameInformation
. .CAM: Eger Doboter (-)This webcam is located at the centre of Eger (often called: the Baroque Pearl of Europe. Dobo is the main square of the historical town, surrounded by Baroque houses and St. Anthony's Church. Other historic buildings nearby include the Cathedral and the Lyceum.
. Alfold TV (Hungarian)Alfold TV is a general TV channel from Debrecen, the regional centre of the Northern Great Plain region and the seat of Hajdu-Bihar county. It offer a variety of programs including entertainment and infotainment.
. ATV (Hungarian)ATV Is a privatly owned TV channel founded as Magyar TV in 1989. It is headquartered in Budapest. The focus of programming is news, public life, current events.
. BPTV (Hungarian)BPTV is a commercial TV channel from Budapest. The channel started broadcasting in 1995. Media Player is required to watch the online stream.
. BVTV (Hungarian)BVTV or Budaorsi TV is a local TV channel from Budaorsi City. The channel informs about the world and the country narrower environment, sports and the local government.
. City TV (Hungarian)City TV is a local TV channel from the Inner City of Budapest. It offers news and city events as well as political debates and religious programs.
. Duna (Hungarian)Duna is a television channel based in Budapest. It provides Entertainment, News, and series. Duna TV has a responsibility for international and Hungarian intellectual, cultural values and the Hungarian minority identity.
. Duna World (Hungarian)Duna World (former Autonomy TV) is a public TV channel that was founded in 2010. It is based in Budapest. The TV channel provides Information, Culture, and Entertainment shows.
. GYTV (Hungarian)GYTV is a local TV channel from Gyongyos, a town in Heves county in Hungary, 80 km east of Budapes. The supervisory body is the National Media and Communications Authority based in Budapest.
. Kapos TV (Hungarian)Kapos TV is a local TV from Kaposvar Somogy County. The channel reports about Public life, economy, culture and sports. Every evening at seven o'clock the channel brings the latest news.
. Kolcsey TV (Hungarian)Kolcsey Public Television Company was founded in 1999 by the Szabolcs-Szatmar-Bereg County Council. It offers a variaty of programs.
. M1 TV (Hungarian)M1 (M Egy) is a Hungarian television channel owned and operated by Magyar Televizio. The channel offers news, talk shows, breakfast shows, weather updates and sports.
. M2 TV (Hungarian)M2 is owned and operated by Magyar Televízió. It broadcasts mainly children's programming. In order to watch it click on LÓ on the M2 Website.
. Minap TV (Hungarian)Minap TV is a local TV channel from Miskolc. The channel was launched in 2004. The Minap news portal minap.hu which was founded before the TV channel, mainly offers, just like the TV channel, Miskolc related topics, but also national and foreign-related themes.
. Szolnok TV (Hungarian)Szolnok TV is a local TV station from Szolnok, Jasz-Nagykun-Szolnok County. The channel provides programs including News, Sports, Information and Cultural programs.
. SZTV (Hungarian)SZTV (Szombathelyi Televizió) is a local public TV station from Szombathely. It started broadcasting on air in 1989. In 2008 is went online on the Internet.
. TV Eger (Hungarian)TV Eger is a local TV channel based in Eger (a small city in the north of Hungary). TV Eger shows recorded news items.
. Varosi TV (Hungarian)Varosi TV is a local TV Station from Szeged. It offers a 25 minute summary of the day in public life, political, academic, cultural and sporting events, issues affecting the population of the city.
Hungary Broadcast info (source - CIA WFB):
mixed system of state-supported public service broadcast media and private broadcasters; the 3 publicly owned TV channels and the 2 main privately owned TV stations are the major national broadcasters; a large number of special interest channels; highly developed market for satellite and cable TV services with about two-thirds of viewers utilizing their services; 3 state-supported public-service radio networks and 2 major national commercial stations; a large number of local stations including commercial, public service, nonprofit, and community radio stations; digital transition postponed to the end of 2014 (2007)
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