ČT1

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ČT1
ČT1 logo.svg
Launched 1 May 1953 (1953-05-01)
Owned by Česká televize
Country Czech Republic
Formerly called ČST (1953–1970), ČST1 (1970–1990), F1 (1990–1993)
Sister channel(s) ČT2
ČT4
ČT24
Website Official website

ČT1 (ČT Jedna, Česká televize 1, "Jednička") is Czech national television channel, operated by Česká televize. ČT1 is a general purpose channel, showing family-oriented television, Czech movies, children's programming, news and documentaries.

History

ČT1 logo from 2007 to 2012

ČST (Czech: Československá televize, Slovak: Československá televízia) starts experimental broadcasting throughout Czechoslovakia on 1 May 1953 from its Prague Studio. Its first regular broadcast begin on 25 February 1954. In 1970, the ČST was renamed to ČST1, In 1975 the channel changed from black-and-white to Colour.

Following the entry of federalism in Czechoslovakia in 1990, ČST1 became F1.

On 1 January 1993, F1 changes its name to ČT1 in Czech Republic and STV1 in Slovak Republic. now the first channel of the new Česká televize, created one year earlier following the Velvet Revolution.

ČT1 HD

Logo of ČT1 HD

ČT1 HD is the high-definition TV channel from Česká televize. ČT1 HD broadcasts programming from ČT1 via IPTV, digital terrestrial (in several areas only) and satellite (via Astra 3BDVB-S2 standard).

Previously HD programming was shown on ČT HD, covering ČT1, ČT2 and ČT4.

Current line-up

News show

Entertainment

Czech series

Foreign series

For kids

See also

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