ORF 2 (German: ORF Zwei) is an Austrian public television channel owned by ORF. It was launched on 11 September 1961 as a technical test programme. Today it is one of the four public TV channels in Austria.
ORF 2 is available via DVB-T in Germany near the Austrian border and in parts of Munich. It is funded by a mixture of advertising breaks and a television licence fee; as such, unlike its German equivalents (which are generally available free-to-air), ORF 2 and its sister stations are encrypted over satellite.
K-TV is a Catholic television station. Financing is provided through donations. In addition to culture and entertainment, the program also offers liturgy and help in life. Religious contributions are based on the teaching of the Catholic Church.
K-TV broadcasts 24 hours a day, with individual programs being repeated at different times. The program aims to appeal to all age groups. Numerous volunteers contribute to the program and its dissemination according to their possibilities.
Yoga in Daily life is a television channel on Swamiji.Tv Network in Vienna, Austria providing Lifestyle programming.
Swamiji.tv - the online television about yoga, spirituality and purpose of life. It was founded by His Holiness Vishwaguru Mahamandaleshwar Paramhans Swami Maheshwarananda, author of the internationally renowed Yoga in Daily Life System.
Tirol TV is an Austrian private television station based in Innsbruck in Tirol .
Tirol TV can be received via the Astra satellite on the R9 Austria HD transmitter in two time slots from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. and across Tyrol through the Magenta cable network (program position 108 with SDTV and program position 237 with HDTV), in the regional cable networks, in the greater Innsbruck area as well as in the Lower Inn Valley and Wipp Valley and in the Tyrolean Oberland via DVB-T (SD in Mux C on K36).
FS1 - Freies Fernsehen Salzburg. FS1 (or FS1 - Community TV Salzburg) is a non-commercial community television channel in Salzburg (Austria) and next to the Community TV okto in Vienna and dorf in Linz, the third non-commercial broadcasters with a 24-hour full program in Austria.
After the launch on 16 February 2012 the channel broadcasts via DVB-C in many areas of the province of Salzburg. Over IPTV the station is available nationwide.