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Public Access Television

MDR - Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk

The MDR is the broadcasting institution of the federal states of Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt, and Thuringia. It is headquartered in Leipzig.

The MDR transmits both supra-regional and regional offerings for Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt, and Thuringia. For Saxony, for example, the 'Sachsenspiegel' is broadcast, as well as the regional Sorb programme 'wuhladko'. The MDR also produces episodes for the crime series 'Tatort', and for the popular hospital series 'In aller Freundschaft'.

ARD - Association of Public Service Broadcasting Corporations of Germany

The Association of Public Service Broadcasting Corporations of Germany (ARD) produces the national programming channel 'Das Erste', as well as its own regional programmes. In partnership with the ZDF and the Deutschlandradio (Radio Germany), the ARD forms the public service broadcasting organisation in Germany.

ZDF - Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen

ZDF (Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen) is a public service broadcaster, and one of the largest of its kind in Europe. In partnership with the ARD and the Deutschlandradio (Radio Germany), the ZDF forms the public service broadcasting organisation in Germany.

The ZDF offers - as do the member organisations of the ARD - a full programme with news, education, culture, and entertainment. It presents an overview of latest global events, and provides a comprehensive overview of German society.

The ZDF is headquartered in Mainz, in the district of Lerchenberg. In Saxony, the ZDF maintains a regional studio in Dresden. Reports on the current programming are produced there periodically.

Additional information about the ZDF:

Private local and regional TV

In Saxony, approximately 60 licensed private broadcasters transmit local and regional television programmes. The broad spectrum ensures a steady supply of regional information, which at this scale and with specific relation to the locality is unrivaled in all other federal states. Broadcasters are licensed by the Federal Office of Saxony for Private Radio and New Media (SLM).

Some examples:

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