Bibel TV

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Bibel TV
Bibel TV logo.png
Launched1 October 2002; 16 years ago (2002-10-01)
Picture format576i (16:9 SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
SloganDer christliche Familiensender
Broadcast areaEuropeWorldwide
HeadquartersHamburg, Germany
DVB-T2 (Germany)Various; region dependent (HD / FTA)
Astra 1L12552 V, SR 22000, FEC 5/6 (SD)
Astra 1KR11244 H, SR 22000, FEC 5/6 (HD)
Sky Deutschland (Germany/Austria)Channel 970 (SD) / Channel 913 (HD)
Kabel Deutschland (Germany)Channel 531 (SD) / Channel 577 (HD)
Kabelkiosk (Germany)-
Unitymedia (Germany)Channel 426 (SD) / Channel 126 (HD)
UPC Austria (Austria)Channel 164 (SD)
UPC Switzerland (Switzerland)Channel 87 (SD)
Telekom Entertain (Germany)Channel 83 (SD)
A1 TV (Austria)Channel 94 (SD)
Streaming media
bibeltv.deWatch live

Bibel TV (Bible Television) is Germany's first Christian television channel. Since October 1, 2002, it has been broadcasting 24 hours/365 days per year. It can be received by digital satellite dish (Astra satellites), most digital cable systems in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, a number of (old) analogue cable systems and on terrestrial DVB-T2 throughout Germany[1] as well as on the web by continuous streaming on Bibel TV's website.

Bibel TV is free to air TV.

Bibel TV is a charitable not for profit foundation (Stiftung) based in Hamburg in the north of Germany. It is Germany's first not-for-profit charitable television channel and is financed by support from more than 58,000 Christians who voluntarily donate.[2]

16 Christian organizations were a part of the founding of Bibel TV.[3] Among them are a subsidiary of the television arm of the association of Evangelical Free churches (including Baptist, Methodist, Mennonite, Pentecostal, Salvation Army), the Evangelical Church in Germany, the Roman Catholic Church in Germany, the German Billy Graham Association, Campus Crusade for Christ in Germany and the German Bible Society, called Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft.

The director of Bibel TV is Matthias Brender, following the retired in February 2013 of the founding director, Henning Röhl.[4]


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