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Magyar Televízió” redirects here. For the Viacom-owned channel, see MTV Hungary (Viacom). For the Finnish TV broadcaster, owned by Telia Company, see MTV Oy. For other uses, see MTV (disambiguation).

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1957–1973 1973–1980 1980–1997 1997–2000 2000–2002 2002–2012 2012–2015
1957–1973 1973–1980 1980–1997 1997–2000 2000–2002 2002–2012 2012–2015

Magyar Televízió (Hungarian Television), abbreviated as MTV, is the public TV broadcaster of Hungary and one of the two TV divisions of MTVA (the Hungarian public broadcasting organisation), along with Duna Nonprofit Zrt.

Magyar Televízió (first era)

1957–1980

1957–196?

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196?–1973

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1973–1980

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Colorized version, and the letters are also bigger.

MTV (first era)

1980–1997

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Magyar Televízió (second era)

1997–2000

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2000–2002

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MTV (second era)

2002–2012

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2012–2015

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On 1 July 2015, Magyar Televízió as well as the three other public media organizations managed by the MTVA were merged into a single organization called Duna Media Service (Hungarian: Duna Médiaszolgáltató). This organization is the legal successor to Magyar Televízió and is an active member of the European Broadcasting Union.

MTV (Hungary)
Duna Médiaszolgáltató
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