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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

 

 

A sports channel dubbed M4 will be launched in July and M2 will broadcast music programmes in the evenings from March.

The Media Service Support and Asset Management Fund will give a complete overhaul to the M1 channel, which is set to broadcast news around the clock, with news magazines including bulletins on stocks, economy, farming, innovation and culture. Programmes will also cover European and global politics as well as events in the Carpathian Basin. M1 will broadcast an English language news roundup late in the evening.

MTVA has commissioned British media professional Simon Jago to draw up a brand-new design for M1.

Duna TV, the channel that traditionally targeted audiences beyond the borders since 1993, will take on the role of the “main public channel” and will host popular programmes, cultural and religious magazines currently running on M1.

 

Source: Hungary Matters

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