|Slogan||TVP - Tworzona z pasją
TVP - Created with passion
|Headquarters||17 Jan Paweł Woronicz street, Warsaw, Poland|
|Owner||Government of Poland|
|Jacek Kurski from 8/Jan/2016(general director)|
Telewizja Polska S.A. (TVP S.A., [ˈtɛ ˈfaw ˈpɛ] Polish Television) is a public broadcasting corporation and the only public broadcaster in the territory of the Republic of Poland. About a third of TVP's income comes from a broadcast receiver licence, while the rest is covered by commercials and sponsorships.
- 1935 – The PIT (Państwowy Instytut Telekomunikacyjny - National Telecommunications Institute) starts working together with Polish Radio on establishing the first television service.
- 1937 – Completion of a first black-and-white broadcasting station.
- 1938 – Experimental channel launched, regular programming scheduled for 1941.
- 1939 – All the equipment destroyed by the German Army.
- 1947 – PIT resumes work on television broadcasting.
- 1951 – First Polish telecast after the Second World War.
- 1952 – Beginning of regular programming.
- 1958 – Newscast Dziennik Telewizyjny was founded.
- 1970 – TVP2 was founded.
- 1971 – Start of colour broadcasting (in SECAM).
- 1989 – Introduction of a teletext service.
- 1989 – Dziennik Telewizyjny was replaced by Wiadomości.
- 1992 – Telewizja Polska Spółka Akcyjna comes into existence upon the separation of television and radio public broadcasting by an act of parliament.
- 1993 – Polskie Radio i Telewizja (Polish Radio and Television) joins European Broadcasting Union as an active member (regrouping of OIRT and UER).
- 1995 – The start of moving from SECAM to PAL.
- 2003 – Change of TVP logotype.
- 2009 – New main headquarters building opened in Warsaw.
General and regional channels
- TVP1 - mostly news, current affairs, movies, dramas, and sports. Broadcasts 22 hours per day.
- TVP2 - mostly news, movies, comedy, soap operas, series, stand-up comedy, culture, sports and game shows. Broadcasts 23.5 hours per day.
- TVP3 - region-focused channel, airs local programmes, acts as the umbrella label for local stations such as:
- TVP3 Białystok in Białystok for Podlaskie region
- TVP3 Bydgoszcz in Bydgoszcz-Toruń for the Kuyavian-Pomeranian region
- TVP3 Gdańsk in Trójmiasto for the Pomerania region,
- TVP3 Gorzów Wielkopolski in Gorzów Wielkopolski for Lubusz region
- TVP3 Katowice in Katowice (Upper Silesian Metropolis) for Silesian region
- TVP3 Kielce in Kielce for Holy Cross region
- TVP3 Kraków for the Lesser Poland region
- TVP3 Lublin for the Lublin region
- TVP3 Łódź for the Łódź region
- TVP3 Olsztyn for Warmia-Masuria region
- TVP3 Opole for the Opole region
- TVP3 Poznań for the Greater Poland region
- TVP3 Rzeszów for the Subcarpathian region
- TVP3 Szczecin for the West Pomerania
- TVP3 Warszawa for Warsaw and the Masovia region
- TVP3 Wrocław for the Lower Silesia region
- TVP1 HD - HD version of TVP1, introduced June 1, 2012
- TVP2 HD - HD version of TVP2, introduced June 1, 2012
- TVP HD - the best productions of TVP in HD. Broadcasts 18 hours per day.
- TVP Sport HD - HD version of TVP Sport, introduced January 12, 2014
- TVP Info - news channel. Broadcasts 24 hours per day.
- TVP Historia - focusing on history. Broadcasts 20 hours per day.
- TVP Kultura - high-brow culture channel, available on cable, satellite and DSL. Broadcasts 21 hours per day.
- TVP Polonia - retransmits selected TVP programming for the Polish diaspora (the so-called Polonia) in the USA, Canada, Latin America, Australia and New Zealand, South Africa, Europe, and the Caucasus. Broadcasts 24 hours per day.
- TVP Rozrywka - focusing on entertainment. Broadcasts 20 hours per day.
- TVP Rozrywka International - focusing on entertainment
- TVP Seriale - focusing on series. Broadcasts 21 hours per day
- TVP Sport - sport channel available on cable, satellite and DSL. Broadcasts 17 hours per day.
- TVP Parlament - parliamentary channel, Broadcasts online.
- TVP ABC - Children's channel. Broadcasts 15 hours per day.
The French-German TV liberal arts network ARTE cancelled a 15-year cooperation with TVP, when it learned in February 2009 that TVP's general director, Piotr Farfał, was a member of the League of Polish Families, which opposed Arte’s "philosophy based on intercultural exchange" and "the party that TVP's chairman is presently connected with does not share European values".
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- 1952–1992 - TP inscription.
- 1992–2003 - Green letter T, red V, blue P, and the word TELEWIZJA POLSKA S.A. and three stripes: red, green and blue. In addition to letters three lines.
- 2003–present - TVP logo and lettering TELEWIZJA POLSKA.
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