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Umbrella organization for Hungarian public service media

Umbrella organization for Hungarian public service media

MTVA

<span class="stronger">MTVA</span>

Since its foundation in 2011, MTVA has unified and streamlined all content production and asset management activities for the entire Hungarian public service media, thus becoming the largest media service organization in Hungary.

MTVA - in co-operation with Duna Media Service Non-Profit Ltd.

MTVA - in co-operation with Duna Media Service Non-Profit Ltd.

MTVA

<span class="stronger">MTVA</span>

Whilst producing content for television, radio, online platforms and news agencies, MTVA also manages all assets on behalf of the Hungarian public service broadcaster Duna Media Service Non-Profit Ltd. MTVA also provides support with content production and acquisition. MTVA operates 6 television channels, 9 radio stations, a news agency (MTI) and numerous new media outlets.

National and local identity

National and local identity

MTVA

<span class="stronger">MTVA</span>

MTVA successfully combines a national and a local identity via extensive programming cooperation with media partners around the Carpathian Basin

Broadcasting reach

Broadcasting reach

MTVA

<span class="stronger">MTVA</span>

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

Hungary takes 20th place in the 60th Eurovision Song Contest

MTVA LogoSince its return to the Eurovision Song Contest in 2011, Hungary has managed to qualify to the final every year.

 In 2015 the audience of the national selection show “A Dal” have cast 145 000 votes in the final with Boglárka “Boggie” Csemer getting the majority of the votes. Thus the young artist earned the right to perform her song “Wars for Nothing” (co-written by Áron Sebestyén and Sára Heléne Bori) in Vienna.
The anti-war message of the song resonated with audiences worldwide and “Wars for Nothing” qualified for the final, where it was performed by Boggie and her singers, all determined to communicate the meaning of the song in the three minutes. Their performance was well received, and “Wars for Nothing” came twentieth, getting the majority of points from Estonia and Romania.

Boggie fotokredit Andres Putting

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