This article needs IPTV und Interaktives Fernsehen PDF citations for verification. German-language Swiss television channel run under the public SRG SSR broadcasting group. SF zwei logo used until 2012. The channel was launched in 1997 as ‚SF 2‘, originally only to offer SF 1 programming in later hours.
Författare: Jörg Broszeit.
Inhaltlich unveränderte Neuauflage. Das Fernsehen ist stärker denn je im Wandel. Neue Technologien machen es digital und hochauflösender. Vor allem durch IPTV – der Konvergenz von Fernsehen und Internet – eröffnet sich eine Vielzahl an neuen Möglichkeiten. Dank eines integrierten Rückkanals kann dem Zuschauer mehr Interaktivität als je zuvor angeboten werden. Er kann selber eingreifen und aktiv mitgestalten. Doch wollen die Zuschauer dies überhaupt? Oder wollen sie einfach nur passiv vorproduzierte Fernsehinhalte konsumieren? Welches sind die wichtigsten Player auf dem noch jungen IPTV-Markt? Und welche die vielversprechendsten Newcomer? Der Autor Jörg Broszeit durchleuchtet den gesamten Themenkomplex theoretisch und gibt eine Übersicht über den IPTV-Markt. Mit Hilfe einer Umfrage und Nutzertests analysierte er die Akzeptanz verschiedener interaktiver Dienste. Anhand der Forschungsergebnisse entwirft er beispielhaft das Konzept eines optimalen interaktiven IPTV-Produkts. Das Buch richtet sich an Entscheidungsträger im Medienbereich, an traditionelle sowie neue angehende Anbieter auf dem TV-Markt und alle, die an aktuellen Entwicklungen im Fernsehbereich interessiert sind.
It subsequently became a youth-oriented channel, airing programs oriented to a teen audience, such as American TV shows. SF 2 was renamed to ‚SF zwei‘ on December 2, 2005, in order to differentiate it more from its sister channel SF 1. An HD version launched on February 29, 2012. SRF zwei mainly broadcasts programmes aimed towards a younger audience. There is a heavy emphasis on movies, TV series and sporting events, much like its Austrian equivalent ORF eins.
Feature films and TV series are often broadcast with both the German dub and the original soundtrack. Nicktoons and Swiss productions, as well as live broadcasts featuring interactive games. On February 29, 2012, a major programme overhaul was undertaken: the children’s block Zambo was shortened and moved to SRF 1, due to programming on SRF zwei regularly being interrupted for sports broadcasts. In addition, The Simpsons was removed from its early evening slot due to poor ratings, and was replaced with a series of in-house productions. This article needs additional citations for verification.
Franco-German free-to-air television network that promotes cultural programming. ARTE’s programming are provided by its French and German subsidiaries, each making half of the programmes available, while the remainder is being provided by the European subsidiary and the channel’s European partners. ARTE France was formerly known as La Sept. ARTE Deutschland TV GmbH is a subsidiary of the two main public German TV networks ARD and ZDF. Selected programmes are available with English, Spanish and Polish subtitles online. The opening night on 30 May 1992 was broadcast live from the Strasbourg Opera House. ARTE started out as an evening-only service.
In the daytime, the frequencies were shared with other channels. In 1996, it started offering an afternoon schedule with reruns for viewers on digital satellite and digital cable. A „proper“ afternoon schedule with programmes between 2 p. The channel eventually got its own analogue frequency on the Astra satellites. 7 is launched, offering internet users free access to a broad range of programs within seven days of their original transmission.
ARTE programmes are available with multi-channel audio: all programmes go out in French and in German. Further the original version is screened whenever possible with subtitles in French and German and the hearing or visually impaired may get subtitles or an audio description. Since 2015 a selection of programmes are available with English and Spanish subtitles online, with Polish to follow in late 2016. The channel enjoys a major footprint in Europe. Since 2008 ARTE broadcasts in HD in Germany and in France. ARTE usually has more viewers in France than in Germany.
In 2015, its share of overall viewing was about 2. The differences can be put down to the different television markets in both countries. In France, ARTE was for a long time available to almost everyone as one of six analogue terrestrial channels. Relatively few French households received cable and satellite television, and the other terrestrial channels didn’t really compete with ARTE. This section’s use of external links may not follow Wikipedia’s policies or guidelines. ARTE offers programmes on all sorts of screens that are free and without advertising.