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Hrt 4

HRT 4
Launched December 24, 2012
Owned by Hrvatska radiotelevizija
Picture format 16:9 576i (SD)
Country Croatia
Headquarters Zagreb
Formerly called Croatian Radiotelevision (HRT) (1990-present)
Sister channel(s) HRT 1
HRT 2
HRT 3
Slika Hrvatske
Availability
Terrestrial
DVB-T
(Croatia)
Channel 4
(DVB-T MUX B)
Satellite
Eutelsat 16A 16°E
(Europe, North Africa and Near East)
10.721 GHz Horizontal
SR: 27500 FEC: 3/4
SID: 904
Video PID: 141
Audio PID: 142 Stereo
(Viaccess 2.5 & Viaccess 3.0)

HRT 4 (HTV 4, "Četvrti program") is the fourth television program on Croatian Radiotelevision, which began broadcasting 24 December 2012.

Program is for informational purposes and is made up mainly of daily news programs. The program is broadcast in MUX B on Croatian territory, and Free To Air (FTA) Satellite Eutelsat 16A at frequency 10,721 GHz H 27,500th

Emissions

  • Dnevnik HRT
  • Regionalni dnevnik
  • County panorama (Županijska panorama- a few regionalised versions are on air simultaneously)
  • Trg Sv. Mark 6
  • Live session transmissions of Croatian Parliament
  • Soapbox
  • Blue and green
  • The voice of a man
  • Look over the border - Croats in BiH
  • Eurovijesti
  • Business
  • Infokanal
  • Eurointervju
  • Videoblog
  • News
  • No comment
  • Alpe Adria Danube
  • DW
  • Minority mosaic
  • News in English
  • DJH-reports
  • Documentary Reportage
  • Binoculars
  • The fruits of the earth
  • From the archives IP

Logo history

Years Description
24 December 2012 – 17 September 2014 Stylized colour "4" in watermark.
18 September 2014–present day Present logo of HRT 4, with a better resolution version.

External links

  • Official website (Croatian)


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