Sat.1 Gold

Sat.1 Gold (own spelling: SAT.1 Gold ) is a free TV station that is aimed at women 40 to 65 years. He is one of six channels of ProSiebenSat.1 Media AG in Germany. CEO is Marc Rasmus. The motto of the station is: I'm all gold.

On November 20, 2012, the station received a broadcasting license by the Commission for the approval and supervision of the Media Authorities ( ZAK ). The supervision of the division channel has the Thuringian State Media Authority (TLM ), headquartered in Erfurt. The station was launched on January 17, 2013 at 20:13 clock with a two -minute countdown accompanied by a trailer and a puppet show. Then the TV movie was shown The Whore.


The program Sat.1 gold consists exclusively of German productions, most of which come from the archives of ProSiebenSat.1. As productions are an offshoot of the program file - Reporter fight for you with Ulrich Meyer and broadcast lasting several hours format Süddeutsche TV theme. In addition, a daily lunch magazine with Gaby Papenburg in the program. The evening program Sat.1 gold is divided into various subject areas, which are divided into documentary, feature film, Crime and series.

By April 2013, will be broadcast ran on Sat.1 gold tennis under the broadcast tennis. Since April 22, 2013 Gold Sat.1 sends his new eve magazine Real Gold - My Magazine, which is radiated from 17.00 bis 17.50 clock and moderated by Annika Kipp.


When satellite reception takes Sat.1 Gold Sixx the time slot on the ProSiebenSat.1 main transponder ( 12.545 MHz, H, 22.000 kS ), the originally used 9Live before hiring. Sixx is distributed only via the transponder from SES Platform Services ( 12.460 MHz, H, 27.500 kS ). For some cable operators Sat.1 gold to send start will be for the time being to see only the analogue cable network.

Sat.1 Gold launched digitally on January 17, 2013, the upgraded cable networks by Unity Media and can be received via IPTV Telekom Entertain and VodafoneTV. Since April 2013 Sat.1 Gold is also supplied with cable Germany. An analog feed, there are at present ( 2013) only in the Cologne cable network NetCologne.

On August 1, 2013 launched Sat.1 Gold DVB- T in southern Bavaria. There the station took over the DVB-T bouquet to the transmission Munich and Wendelstein of the RTL Group, which got out of the terrestrial program distribution.