DR Ultra

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DR Ultra
DR Ultra logo 2020.svg
Country Kingdom of Denmark
Broadcast areaDanish Realm
Headquarters Aarhus, Denmark
Language(s) Danish
Picture format 16:9 576i (SDTV)
Owner DR
Sister channels DR1
DR Ramasjang
Launched4 March 2013;8 years ago (2013-03-04) (as a TV channel)
2 January 2020;14 months ago (2020-01-02) (Online)
Replaced DR Update
Closed1 January 2020; 21:35 local time (as a TV channel)
Website dr.dk/ultra
DTT Channel 7
YouSee Channel 33
Canal Digital Channel 23
Viasat Channel 53
TDC TV Channel 29
Streaming media
DR TV Watch live
YouSee Watch live
Zattoo Watch live

DR Ultra was a Danish national television channel for children aged 7–12, produced by the public service broadcaster, DR. The channel launched on 4 March 2013, replacing DR Update. [1]


All DR-owned shows for DR Ultra and DR Ramasjang are set in the Danish city of Aarhus.

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