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Disney-ABC TV Group (DATG) does own four channels completely (Disney Channel, Disney Junior, Disney XD, Disney Cinemagic) and 3 channels (RTL II, Super RTL, Toggo Plus) in joint ventures with RTL that operate in Germany. Toggo Plus is a part of the Super RTL joint venture, but doesn't have its own article yet. Thus DATG has 7 channels and ZDF has only 4 fully owned channels and three in conjunction with ARD and has a group in the navbox. ARD & ZDF channels have their own with just 3 channels. On top of that Disney started their own ad sales unit where most ads are sold through only two companies. Spshu (talk) 20:57, 8 June 2017 (UTC)

Disney is the most important company in germany. it's true. believe me. DISNEY OWNS EVERYTHING!!!"!
Market share: (Feb 2017)
ZDF (Free-TV) Disney RTL
ZDF: 13.3 %

ZDFneo: 2.7 %

ZDFinfo: 1.2 %


3sat: 1.3 %

Phoenix: 1.0 %

Arte: 1.1 %

Disney Channel (Free-TV) 0.9 %

Disney Cinemagic (Pay-TV) 0.1 %

Disney XD (Pay-TV) 0.0 %

Disney Junior (Pay-TV) 0.0 %

Super RTL (50 % RTL Group) 1.6 %

Toggo plus (50 % RTL Group) 0.1 %

RTL II (35.9 % RTL Group / Bauer 31.5 % / 15.75 Tele München - 15.75 (!) Disney) 3.1 %

= 20.6 % = 1 % (WOOOOOW !!!)
Niet-0-leuk (talk) 22:20, 8 June 2017 (UTC)
I can not read your mind that you are making these judgement base on ratings. These matters should not be based rating as they can change. Second, you outright add completely in ADF joint ventures market shares with ZDF while not adding in Disney joint ventures with RTL. Third, viewing is going online particularly for younger views, which Disney channels' viewers are. Viacom as I have point out in an edit summary has 7 channels too and for your information even if we consider ratings Viacom channels have an Audience share total of 1.1, so the same number of channel and .1% share more the non-JV Disney channels (and with the RTL JV channels 4.7% less & with ownership % applied to the JVs 2.338%) and it gets a group (and 2 subgroups).
And on top of it your edit completely removes Disney Channel (Germany), an over the air channel, that replaced Das Vierte. Spshu (talk) 23:28, 8 June 2017 (UTC)