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Meuchelbeck - One (German TV channel) - Netflix
One is a digital television channel owned and operated by the German public-broadcasting consortium ARD. Managed since October 2005 by the Cologne-based broadcaster Westdeutscher Rundfunk (WDR) on behalf of ARD as a whole, the channel was originally launched (as EinsFestival) on 30 August 1997. One is available in Germany on cable and (in some regions) digital terrestrial television, as well as the Zattoo Internet television service; also more widely in Europe via satellite.
Meuchelbeck - Content - Netflix
One concentrates on entertainment, and the channel's content is very largely made up of repeat broadcasts of programmes already shown on other ARD channels, national and regional: this includes cinema and television films, drama series, documentaries, reports, magazines, and music programmes (especially rock and pop). Since the 2004 Summer Olympics ARD and ZDF have used their digital television channels (respectively, One and ZDFneo) to broadcast additional coverage of such sporting events as the Olympic Games and the UEFA European Football Championship. For example, during UEFA Euro 2008 and the 2010 FIFA World Cup these digital channels were used to provide coverage of different matches taking place simultaneously. One also carries the semi-finals of the Eurovision Song Contest, as well as the final (which is also broadcast by ARD's principal channel, Das Erste).
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