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  2. ARD (broadcaster) - Wikipedia

    ARD is a joint organisation of Germany's regional public-service broadcasters. It was founded in 1950 in West Germany to represent the common interests of the new, decentralised, post-war broadcasting services – in particular the introduction of a joint television network.

  3. ARD – DW

    Germany's complex public broadcasting system. There's an ongoing debate on how to finance, reform and shape Germany's public broadcasters.

  4. ARD Channels International

    Explore the ARD: Germany's largest public broadcasting network. Connect to the ARD channel network if you wish to. increase the attractiveness of your channel portfolio; reach a wider audience with the right programme for every taste; stand out from your competitors

  5. Germany's complex public broadcasting system – DW – 08/16/2022

    08/16/2022. The scandal around Patricia Schlesinger, former head of Berlin-based broadcaster RBB, has refocused attention on Germany's complicated network of public broadcasters. Here's how they ...

  6. The public broadcasting service began in 1984 as a joint production of the ZDF (Second German Television), the Austrian broadcasting company and the Swiss broadcasting company. The ARD, another public broadcasting company in Germany, joined in 1993.

  7. ARD (Arbeitsgemeinschaft der öffentlich-rechtlichen Rundfunkanstalten der Bundesrepublik Deutschland is a Consortium of public broadcasters in Germany. It's a joint organization of Germany's regional public-service broadcasters. It was founded in 1950. The Tagesschau offer News journals.

  8. ARD

    Alle Apps der ARD. Der Bundesliga-Abstiegskampf im Liveblog: FC Schalke 04, VfL Bochum, VfB Stuttgart oder der FC Augsburg?

  9. Der Rundfunkbeitrag - English

    Welcome! On these pages, you will find general information about the licence fee in English. In addition, you will find more detailed information in English for people seeking or entitled to asylum, students and apprentices, as well as companies, institutions and public interest bodies.