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Original author(s) DR
Developer(s) DR
Operating system Windows

Windows Phone 8.0, 8.1
Windows 10 Mobile
iOS (iPad, iPhone)
Apple TV
PlayStation 3


PlayStation 4
Type Television catch-up
Website www.dr.dk/drtv

DR TV is an internet streaming catch-up television service for people in Denmark, made by Danish Broadcasting Corporation (DR). The service is available on a wide range of devices, including mobile phones and tablets, personal computers, and smart televisions.

The service was formerly called DR Nu, but was relaunched on 2 June 2014 as DR TV. [1]

Television platforms


DR TV is available as a HbbTV service on all DR digital TV channels. [2]

Apple TV

On 30 October 2015 DR TV became available on the 4th generation of Apple TV. [3]

Panasonic Smart TV

Panasonic added DR TV on 17 March 2017 as an app on their Smart TV sets from 2014 to 2017. [4]


PlayStation 3, 4

On 30 November 2015 DR TV was released as an app on PlayStation 3 and 4. [5]

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