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1-2-3.tv is an interactive TV shopping channel that mostly sells its items according to the principle of an auction. The station, based in Grünwald near Munich, sees itself as a multichannel auction house and can be received in a total of more than 35 million households in Germany and Austria.
The broadcaster broadcasts its offerings in analog and digital cable as well as via the ASTRA 1N satellite (transponder 1.103, downlink frequency 12460.50 MHz, MS/s 27.5, FEC 3/4, horizontal polarization, position 19.2 ° East). 1-2-3.tv has been broadcasting its programs in HD quality since June 2013.
In addition, more than half a million television households in Berlin/Brandenburg receive 1-2-3.tv via DVB-T (channel 59 via the transmitter locations Alexanderplatz (10 kW) and Schäferberg (5 kW)).
The station can also be viewed daily between 6 a.m. and 2 a.m. via live stream on the Internet, mobile, or via apps.
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