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DSF
The current logo of DSF
Type Broadcast television network
Country  Germany
Availability National
Owner EM.TV AG
Key people Rainer Hüther, CEO; Thomas Deissenberger; Oliver Reichert
Launch date January 1, 1993
Official Website www.dsf.de

DSF (Deutsches Sportfernsehen) is a privately owned, commercial German quiz channel, eroticism channel and sports television channel. It was founded on January 1, 1993 out of the television channel Tele 5 which had become the successor of the music video channel musicbox on January 11, 1988. DSF broadcasts 24/7 without interruption. The channel has about 200 permanent employees. The DSF has its headquarters in Ismaning near Munich.

DSF broadcasts from the Astra 1H, 1M, and 3A satellites and is uplinked by ASTRA Platform Services.

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Programming

Most of the time, DSF broadcasts:

  • DSF-Sportquiz, phone-in quiz show similar to the 9live quizzes.
  • Sexy Sportclips

Other broadcasts

Presenters and Commentators

  • Willi Arsan
  • Sascha Bandermann
  • Frank Buschmann
  • Jörg Dahlmann
  • Eric Engesser
  • Daniela Fuß
  • Jens Garling
  • Markus Götz
  • Klaus Gronewald
  • Uwe Morawe
  • Elmer Paulke
  • Karsten Petrzika
  • Wolfgang Rother
  • Carsten Schaefer
  • Oliver Schwesinger
  • Uwe Semrau
  • Christina Surer
  • Lina van de Mars
  • Manfred Winter
  • Hans-Joachim Wolff
  • Jörg Wontorra
  • Günter Zapf
  • Giovanni Zarrella
  • Walter Zipser

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