TVP1

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TVP1
TVP1 logo.svg
Country Poland
Broadcast areaPoland
(and also parts of Czech Republic, Slovakia, Belarus, Russia (Kaliningrad only), Germany, Lithuania, Sweden, Denmark ,Ukraine)
Headquarters Warsaw
Programming
Picture format 1080i HDTV
(downscaled to 16:9 576i for the SDTV feed)
Ownership
Owner Telewizja Polska
Sister channels TVP2
TVP HD
History
Launched23 January 1953
Former namesTV Polska (1953-1970)
TVP1 (1970-1976)
TP1 (1976-1992)
Links
Website tvp.pl/tvp1
Availability
Terrestrial
Digital terrestrial television Channel 1 (HD)
Cable
UPC Poland Channel 1 (HD)
Vectra Channel 101 (SD)
Channel 111 (HD)
Satellite
Cyfrowy Polsat Channel 3 (HD)
Platforma Canal+ Channel 11 (HD)
Channel 211 (SD)
Orange TV Channel 1 (HD)
TVP1's second logo on an Analog screen Logo TVP1 z lat 1970-1976.png
TVP1's second logo on an Analog screen
TVP1's third logo on screen TVP1 1976-1985.jpg
TVP1's third logo on screen

TVP1 (TVP Jeden, Program I Telewizji Polskiej, "Jedynka") is the main public television channel of TVP (Telewizja Polska S.A.), Poland's national broadcaster. It was the first Polish channel to be broadcast and remains one of the most popular today. TVP1 was launched 23 January 1953.

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HD feed

An HD feed was launched in January 2011 as a test broadcast. In June 2012, TVP1 HD was officially launched with the coverage of the UEFA Euro 2012. [1]

SD broadcasting via satellite (Eutelsat Hot Bird) stopped on 7 April 2017.

Current line-up

News show

Talk show/Reporters

Polish series

SeriesTypeFirst AiredNo. of seriesNo. of episodes
Klan
(Clan)
Soap OperaAutumn 1997243700
Ojciec Mateusz
(Father Matthew)
Drama, Crime SeriesAutumn 200824316
Komisarz Alex
(Inspector Alex)
Drama, Crime SeriesSpring 201215190
Blondynka
(Blonde)
Drama SeriesSpring 2010 / Autumn 2013899
Wojenne dziewczyny
(War Girls)
Historical Fiction, Drama SeriesSpring 2017452
Korona królów
(The Crown of the Kings)
Historical Fiction, Drama SeriesWinter 20183400
Leśniczówka
(Forester)
Drama SeriesSpring 20186257
Stulecie Winnych
(Guilty Century)
Historical Fiction, Drama SeriesSpring 2019226
Archiwista
(Archivist)
Crime SeriesWinter 2020113
Ludzie i bogowie
(People and Gods)
Historical Fiction, Drama SeriesAutumn 2020113

Foreign series

Entertainment

Sports

Previously on TVP1

Polish TV series

Foreign series

Entertainment

See also

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References

  1. "TVP rozpoczyna cyfrową emisję programów TVP1 oraz TVP2 w wysokiej rozdzielczości (HD)". tvp.pl. 18 May 2012.