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They can be heard only in their own regions. The stations are: Radio Koper (in Slovenian, based in Koper, received in the Slovenian Littoral) Radio Capodistria (in Italian, based in Koper, received in Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Slovenian Littoral, and Istria) Radio Maribor [sl] (in Slovenian, based in Maribor, received in Northeastern Slovenia) Pomurski madžarski radio [sl] (Hungarian: Muravidéki Magyar Rádió, MMR): broadcasting in Hungarian with Hungarian folk and mostly pop music, based in RTV Maribor's Lendava studio (received in Prekmurje) Radio Capodistria Radio Maribor Muravidéki Magyar Rádió (MMR) Other[edit] Other radio services: Radio Slovenia International (RSi); broadcast in English and German, based in Maribor, heard in various places around Slovenia and southeastern Austria; for expatriates, tourists, English-speaking Slovenians, and foreigners Television services[edit] RTV Slovenija operates three national and two regional television services. "[3] In May 2008 TV Slovenia began airing a new TV channel, TV Slovenija 3, dedicated primarily to live Parliament coverage. In August 2008 TV Slovenia broadcast their first HD event – Olympic Games 2008 on test DVB-T channel. The Slovenian public broadcaster law referendum, 2010 was rejected by voters. [6] The following period indeed saw a host of cases of political interference in the editorial and journalistic work of the Slovenian public broadcaster, whose public credibility (particularly for the TV) fell dramatically. The Varuh pravic poslušalcev in gledalcev ("Listener and Viewer Ombudsman") of RTV Slovenia was appointed for the first time in 2008, according to art. 16 of the RTV Slovenia Law, to "address the comments and suggestions of viewers and listeners" and "give instructions to the director-general regarding changes that must be effected on channels. "[6] Radio services[edit] National[edit] RTV Slovenija's national radio networks are based in Ljubljana and broadcast in Slovene. They can be heard throughout Slovenia. Prvi program [sl] (first programme): A traditional generalist service carrying news and news reports, a variety of specialized broadcasts, and a wide range of music Val 202: An indie-pop oriented service with the emphasis on pop and rock music, news bulletins and updates, talk segments, lifestyle reports, and live sports coverage[8] ARS [sl]: A cultural service concentrating on classical music, radio drama, and other cultural programming Prvi logo (2015) ARS logo (2015) Regional[edit] RTV Slovenija's regional radio stations are based in regional RTV centres, and broadcast in Slovenian and/or the languages of the indigenous minorities in the area. In 2011, analogue signal was abandoned. [4][5] Legal framework[edit] The 1994 Law on RTV Slovenia regulates public broadcasting. RTV Slovenia has a Programming Council and a supervisory board; RTV is required by law to be independent and autonomous, to respect human integrity and dignity in its programs, to observe the principle of impartiality, and to ensure the truthfulness of information and the pluralism of opinions and religious beliefs. The law also requires the public broadcaster to provide radio and TV programs for the Italian and Hungarian minorities in Slovenia. [6] After EU accession, the new 2005 Law on RTV Slovenia reintroduced a dominant role of the state and the executive in the appointment of RTV's governing bodies, excluding civil society institutions (e. g. This portal includes regular news updates, broadcast archives, and the live transmission on line of most services, both radio and television. RSS feeds were introduced in 2005. The public broadcaster referendum, 2005 was approved by a slight majority of voters, but the referendum saw a very low turnout. On November 12, 2005, a law was passed stating that Radio-television Slovenia is "a public institution of special cultural and national importance... universities, association of writers, and sports organisations) which were previously involved. The draft law raised several domestic and international criticisms, including from the International Federation of Journalists and the Council of Europe, but the Slovenian institutions dismissed most of them[7] and went along with adopting the new law in November 2005, which was later narrowly confirmed by 50. All except Tele M can be watched online. RTV Slovenija's national television networks can be watched all over Slovenia and are based in Ljubljana. They are broadcast in Slovenian. TV SLO 1 [sl]: A general-interest television service with newscasts, feature films, documentaries, talk shows, series, children's programming, variety shows, and live coverage of significant national events. TV SLO 2 [sl]: A more specialized service with programs generally aimed at narrower audiences, sitcoms, a wide range of commercials interrupted by live sports coverage, but virtually no news. [2] History[edit] Radio Ljubljana signed on the air for the first time on September 1, 1928, with experimental broadcasts. By October 28 the radio station already had a scheduled programme. On April 11, 1941, the station's transmitter in Domžale was destroyed and the station was occupied by Italy. TV Ljubljana's first broadcast for Eurovision in 1960 On April 1, 1949, the first TV laboratory was established in Ljubljana, but was separate from the radio station. However, the task of setting up a television service was eventually assigned to Radio Ljubljana. si Radiotelevizija Slovenija (English: Radio-Television of Slovenia) – usually abbreviated to RTV Slovenija (or simply RTV within Slovenia) – is Slovenia's national public broadcasting organization. Based in Ljubljana, it has regional broadcasting centres in Koper and Maribor and correspondents around Slovenia, Europe, and the world. RTV Slovenija's national radio services operate under the name Radio Slovenija, while the television division carries the name Televizija Slovenija or TV Slovenija. 7% of voters in a special referendum. [6] The current governance system of RTV Slovenia allows control over almost all managerial bodies and over the appointment of all key editors to the governmental majority. Majority parties also control the majority of the new Programming Council and supervisory board of RTVS, thus being also able to appoint RTVS' Director General, who will in turn appoint and manage the directors of radio and TV, the editors-in-chief, and the senior management. This governance system is deemed a threat to the independence and credibility, trust, and respect with the public of RTV Slovenia by the European Journalism Centre. In the mid- to late 1990s, TV Slovenia began to face increased competition from Slovenia's commercial television stations. In 1995, RTV Slovenija published its first web page. Radio digitalization started in 1995, whereas the digitalization of television broadcasting started in 1999. In 1997, satellite broadcasting started via Hot Bird 3. In 2001, RTV Slovenija's Multimedia Centre was established to help introduce new technologies. A new multimedia web portal was introduced in 2002. ᐉ Maribor vs Koper Live Stream, Tip » How to watch The Maribor v Koper live stream video is set to be broadcast on 23/09/2023. Supporters of the teams can watch this clash on a live streaming service should the ...

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