Television

Germany
RTL Television
RTL Television was launched in 1984 as RTL Plus. As a general-interest channel, RTL Television offers a diverse programming mix with strong formats across all genres, from entertainment and reality shows to news, sports and fiction. RTL Television has been the market leader among young audiences in Germany since September 1992.
Vox
Vox first went on air on 25 January 1993. Vox is a general-interest channel with a target group of mainly female viewers aged 14 to 59 years.
RTL II
RTL II exemplifies enjoyment of life. The Munich-based TV channel inspires its audiences with emotional, multifaceted entertainment formats. All of its programmes centre on fun, entertainment and passion.
Super RTL
Super RTL is now established as Germany's most popular television channel for children. Some of Super RTL’s successes include the animation series Kim Possible and the live action series Disney Hannah Montana.
N-TV
Created in 1992, N-TV was Germany's first news channel. Since its launch, the station has been on-air 365 days a year offering a 24-hour programme made up of news, politics, business and economic information.
RTL Nitro
RTL Nitro is the latest Addition to Mediengruppe RTL Deutschland's portfolio. It shows high-end German Free-TV premieres and crime and sitcom classics, as well as riveting movies.
RTL Crime
RTL Crime guarantees to keep viewers on the edge of their seats round the clock every single day by screening an explosive mix of the cream of RTL's crime series, including top international cop series and action shows.
RTL Living
RTL Living is positively bursting with ideas for active people in areas such as lifestyle, home decorating, food and drink, and also life in general, both inside and outside the family.
Passion
Passion offers top telenovelas, soaps und series from Germany, South America and the USA.
Geo
On 8 May 2014, Mediengruppe RTL Deutschland launched Geo Television. The new channel is available on Deutsche Telekom’s IPTV platform Entertain and will broadcast high-quality, award-winning documentaries on nature, technology, exploration, adventure and world events.
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