MTVA - umbrella organization for Hungarian public service media
Since its foundation (2011), MTVA has unified content production and asset management for all Hungarian public service media organizations.
MTVA - in co-operation with Hungarian Radio (MR), Hungarian Television (MTV) and Duna TV
Whilst producing content and managing assets on behalf of MR, MTV and Duna TV (which remain in charge of their own editorial lines) MTVA also provides aid with content production, as well as with commissioning from the market, and/or purchase of programs. News materials are delivered for all public service media organizations by the Hungarian News Agency (MTI).
MTVA - national and local identity
MTVA successfully combines a national and a local identity via extensive programming cooperation with media partners among the communities of the Carpathian Basin.
MTVA – broadcasting reach
MTVA provides approximately 40,000 hours of television, as well as 52,000 hours of radio programming each year. Programmes are also transmitted beyond Hungary -, to Europe, the American continent and Australia. MTVA’s content is broadcast daily, into an estimated 99% of Hungarian homes.
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A Dal 2015 call for songs
MTVA has been admitted as associate member to the Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union.
EUROVISION SONG CONTEST in Vienna 2015
Eurovision Song Contest. MTVA will also participate.
Radio channel KOSSUTH
Kossuth Radio is the main radio station of Hungary. Created in 1925, the station has over 3 million listeners per day. As a talk radio station, it primarily broadcasts news and current affairs, as well as cultural content.
Radio channel PETŐFI
A few years ago, Petőfi Radio underwent a total revamp with respect to its profile. It now targets the young to middle-aged audience segment, broadcasting the latest music, along with recommendations for cultural and arts events, and with news.
Radio channel BARTÓK
This station is dedicated to classical music, also hosting discussion programmes and radio dramas.
Radio channel DANKÓ
Dankó Radio is a relatively new channel offering a programme of light entertainment especially designed to please admirers of Hungarian folk and world music while also catering to lovers of operetta.
Radio channel MINORITY BROADCASTING
The channel broadcasts programmes for ethnic minorities living in Hungary as well as current affairs, cultural and music content.
Radio channel PARLIAMENTARY BROADCASTS
Regular parliamentary sessions, broadcast daily.
Radio channel DUNA WORLD RADIO
Duna World Radio broadcasts to expatriate Hungarians around the world, presenting a selection of best public service content including archives and news segments in English.
Television channel M1
Addresses a broad cross section of audiences, with entertainment shows, news, information, sports, as well as religious and minority content.
Television channel M2
Children, youth and family channel, recently awarded the best European children’s channel prize by Eutelsat in 2013, in recognition of its quality content.
Television channel DUNA
Cultural channel, presenting current affairs, documentaries, religious and minority programmes for the Hungarian speakers in the Carpathian Basin.
Television channel DUNA WORLD
Broadcasting to expatriate Hungarians around the globe, presenting a selection of programmes produced by other public service channels as well as MTVA’s Archive shows. Also includes an English language news segment.
Television channel M3
M3 is a new retrospective channel, launched at the end of 2013, broadcasting archive programming, from feature films to sports events and quiz shows. Programmes are drawn from an archive of 56 years of MTV and 21 years of Duna Television.
News Agency MTI
The Hungarian News Agency’s main objective is the provision of fast, trustworthy and reliable news and media services, focussing primarily on matters of Hungarian interest and concern.
News in Hungarian
Interactive information site for sports news in Hungarian
Programmes of M1, M2, M3, DUNA, DUNAWORLD, Kossuth Radio, Petőfi Radio, Dankó Radio in Hungarian
About MTVA - corporate information on MTVA in Hungarian
About MTVA - corporate information on MTVA in English
Teletext service of MTVA.
Press blog. News service for communities outside of Hungary.
Media school of MTVA
On demand services of MTVA