Pool of broadcasting corporations

of these articles describes the broadcast network pool of broadcasting corporations, for further meanings sees pool of broadcasting corporations (term clarifying).


ARD-Logo

Pool of broadcasting corporations is the abbreviation for „A rbeitsgemeinschaft public R institutes for and radio of the Federal Republic of D eutschland “and 1950 was based. The pool of broadcasting corporations organizes as community programthe television station the first, as well as own in each case television and Hörfunksender from the nine German national broadcasting corporations, which are united in this group. Tenth member of the pool of broadcasting corporations is the German wave (DW), the German foreign broadcasting corporation.

Die neun Landesrundfunkanstalten der ARD
The nine national broadcasting corporations of the pool of broadcasting corporations

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members

apart from the foreign broadcast of the federal broadcasting corporation German wave the nine national broadcasting corporations ( which “third programs “organize in each case) are member of the pool of broadcasting corporations.

Broadcasting corporation ABC Logo seat green dung year main end area/regional programs
Bavarian broadcast BR
BR-Logo
Munich 1949 Bavaria
German wave DW
DW-Logo
Bonn 1953 foreign country
hessian broadcast HR
HR-Logo
Frankfurt/Main 1948 Hessen
Central German broadcast mdr
MDR-Logo
Leipzig 1991 Saxonia, Saxonia-Anhalt, Thuringia
of north German broadcast NDR
NDR-Logo
Hamburg 1955 Hamburg (since 1955), Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania (since 1991), Lower Saxony (since 1955), Schleswig-Holstein (since1955)
Radio Bremen RB
RB-Logo
Bremen 1945 Bremen
broadcast Berlin Brandenburg rbb
RBB-Logo
Berlin, potsdam 2003 Berlin, Brandenburg
Saarland broadcast SR
SR-Logo
Saarbruecken 1957 Saarland
southwest broadcast SWR
SWR-Logo
Stuttgart, Mainz, Baden-Baden 1998 Baden-Wuerttemberg, Rhineland-Palatinate
West German broadcast WDR
WDR-Logo
Cologne 1955 North Rhine-Westphalia
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Organization

the pool of broadcasting corporations is a freiwilliger union of the broadcasting corporations. The working group gave itself 1950 a statute, which is supplemented by the broadcast state contract. In this statute the work and organization of the pool of broadcasting corporations are regulated. Therefore the pool of broadcasting corporations has asPrincipal organ a meeting of the members. This takes place in the form of work meetings of the directors of the members. Furthermore there are still general meetings, in which also the chairmen of the supervisory boards (chairman of the board and broadcast etc.) participate.

The meeting of the members entrusts in each case for one year one theirBroadcasting corporations with the management of the pool of broadcasting corporations. The director of this acting broadcasting corporation is in this time of chairmen of the pool of broadcasting corporations. The re-election for a further year is possible and in the meantime also usual. After establishment of the pool of broadcasting corporations in June 1950 became to5. August the director of the Bavarian broadcast, Rudolf of Scholtz, first pool of broadcasting corporations chairmen. After him first HR director Eberhard Beckmann, then the director of the NWDR at that time , followed Adolf Grimme.


the chairmen of the pool of broadcasting corporations

  • 5. August 1950-2. February1951 Rudolf of Scholtz, BR
  • 3. February 1951-2. August 1951 Eberhard Beckmann, HR
  • 3. August 1951-3. February 1952 Adolf Grimme, NWDR
  • 4. February 1952-30. September 1952 walter Geerdes, RB
  • 1. October 1952-31. March 1953 Fritz Eberhard, Southern German Broadcasting Corporation
  • 1. April1953–30. September 1953 Friedrich Bischoff, Southwestern German Broadcasting Corporation
  • 1. October 1953-30. September 1954 Rudolf of Scholtz, BR
  • 1. October 1954-31. December 1955 Eberhard Beckmann, HR
  • 1956 Fritz Eberhard, Southern German Broadcasting Corporation
  • 1957 walter Hilpert, NDR
  • 1958 Franz Stadelmayer, BR
  • 1959/1960 Friedrich Bischoff, Southwestern German Broadcasting Corporation
  • 1961/1962Hans Bausch, Southern German Broadcasting Corporation
  • 1963/1964 Klaus von Bismarck, WDR
  • 1965/1966 Werner Hess, HR
  • 1967-1969 Christian boiling rider, BR
  • 1970/1971 Gerhard Schröder, NDR
  • 1972/1973 Helmut Hammerschmidt, Southwestern German Broadcasting Corporation
  • 1974/1975 Hans Bausch, Southern German Broadcasting Corporation
  • 1976/1977 Werner Hess, HR
  • 1978/1979 Friedrich w. of Sell, WDR
  • 1980-1983 ReinholdVöth, BR
  • 1984/1985 Friedrich Wilh. Räuker, NDR
  • 1986/1987 Willibald help, Southwestern German Broadcasting Corporation
  • 1988 Hans Bausch, Southern German Broadcasting Corporation
  • 1989/1990 Professor. Dr. Hard TIG Kelm, HR
  • 1991/1992 Friedrich Nowottny, WDR
  • 1993/1994 Professor. Jobst Plog, NDR
  • 1995/1996 Professor. Dr. h.c. Albert Scharf, BR
  • 1997/1998 Professor. Dr. Udo rider, MDR
  • 1999/2000 Professor. Peter Voss, SWR
  • 2001/2002 Professor. Fritz Pleitgen, WDR
  • 2003/2004 Professor. Jobst Plog, NDR
  • since 1. January 2005 Professor. Dr. Thomas Gruber, BR

Secretary-General

the Secretary-General is the respective, every two yearsand responsible for the strategic positioning

  1. of the pool of broadcasting corporations, the protection of interests subordinates
  2. changing pool of broadcasting corporations chairman outward and
  3. the public work.

The service place of the Secretary-General is Berlin. The broadcast Berlin Brandenburg is administratively responsible(rbb). The term of office amounts to five years.

The Secretary-General is at the same time a deputy chairman of the group of pool of broadcasting corporations strategies. It has a right of participation and admission inall commissions and working groups, also at the subsidiary companies, in the conference of television program and the pool of broadcasting corporations-politically relevant committees.

common one technical mechanisms

the program of “first” and common program sections of sound broadcasting (e.g. Pool of broadcasting corporations night express) become technical in the transmission center of the pool of broadcasting corporations in „the pool of broadcasting corporations star “in Frankfurt/Main(on the area of the hessian broadcast) united. Over the own glass fiber net HYBNET these signals are distributed to the individual broadcasting corporations.

Since February 2005 „first is out-played “by the centers transmission completion (ZSAW) in the pool of broadcasting corporations transmission center. Before switched in each case the institute for pool of broadcasting corporations, thosea transmission in the community program brought in (all the same whether „live “or noted), a line to the pool of broadcasting corporations star, of where from the signal was passed on to all other pool of broadcasting corporations transmitters for terrestrial distribution. With the start-up of the ZSAW for the first time all transmissions became, those not „live “(films, Soaps, documentations etc. are directly out-played of the servers in Frankfurt). The ZSAW is a communal facility of the national broadcasting corporations and is in the transmit mode clear savings to bring.

common programs of the pool of broadcasting corporations

contentwise communal facilities of the pool of broadcasting corporations are for example pool of broadcasting corporations currentwith the NDR in Hamburg, the Pool of broadcasting corporations Hauptstadtstudio in Berlin or pool of broadcasting corporations digitally - the center with the RBB in potsdam. Besides the pool of broadcasting corporations its own world-wide Korrespondentennetz (Auslandsstudios) possesses.

first

„Das Erste“ Logo
„the first “Logo

since that 31.October 1954 sends the pool of broadcasting corporations late than „first German televisions “and today officially than „first “called television program Gemeinschaftsproduktion of the individual national broadcasting corporations. Major item: First

further television stations

the national broadcasting corporations of the pool of broadcasting corporations operate common the television channels 3sat (common with Second Channel of German Television, SRG and ORF), KI.KA, Phoenix (both in co-operation with the Second Channel of German Television), ARTE (co-operation with the Second Channel of German Television and ARTE France) and pool of broadcasting corporations digitally.

The German television program for the foreign country becomes from DW-TVthe German wave sent. To at the end of of 2005 the pool of broadcasting corporations operated the additional paying transmitter German TV together with the Second Channel of German Television and the German wave for North America.

three

common pool of broadcasting corporations night programs , the pool of broadcasting corporations night express, that exist sound broadcasting within the radio range Pool of broadcasting corporations night concert and the Pool of broadcasting corporations Popnacht.

The pool of broadcasting corporations organizes the foreign radio German wave.

The pool of broadcasting corporations carries, together with the Second Channel of German Television and all 16 German Lands of the Federal Republic, the public body Germany radio (DLR) with the two national radio broadcasting programs Germany radio culture and Deutschlandfunk.

German broadcast archives

as communal facility of the pool of broadcasting corporations were already furnished 1952 German broadcast archives (Frankfurt A.M., at that time German sound archives). It offers archives of the picture opened singularly in the world to the pool of broadcasting corporations broadcasting corporations (and also the interested public),Clay/tone and writing documents.

anecdote

also in the GDR could be received the program of the pool of broadcasting corporations, except in certain eastern regions, like e.g. the Elbe valley in Saxonian Switzerland, why the abbreviation „pool of broadcasting corporations “jokeful as „except areaDresden was interpreted “and the region was also called „valley that notion lots “.

Naturally the radio broadcasting programs of the pool of broadcasting corporations spread over long, central and short wave could be received also in these areas. In particular the program of the Deutschlandfunk radiated over the long wave transmitter Donebach was and is very easy in the entire area of the former GDR to receive.

Furthermore the following saying made the round in the eighties: who says A, also B must say. What follows from it? Who says pool of broadcasting corporations, also FRG must say.

see also

Wikinews: Pool of broadcasting corporations - current message

literature

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Wiktionary: Pool of broadcasting corporations - Word origin, synonyms and translations


 

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