MTVA offers minority language programmes for radio, as follows:
• 2 hours per day: Croatian, German, Romanian, Serb and Slovak
• 30 minutes per week: Armenian, Bulgarian, Greek, Polish, Ruthenian, Slovenian and Ukrainian
The ‘Rondó’ programme series reports on Armenian, Bulgarian, Greek, Polish, Ruthenian and Ukrainian issues, with excerpts in the respective languages. A further 30 minutes of broadcasting is offered to those of Roma ethnicity, in two different Romani dialects.
MTVA also provides television programmes aimed at Croatian, German, Romanian, Serb, Slovak and Slovenian speakers, which are broadcast twice weekly.
M1 also broadcasts English language news every day at 23:45.
The majority of our radio and television studios are situated at the following address:
MTVA Headquarters, Kunigunda útja 64, Budapest, Hungary,
Musical recordings and radio plays can also be recorded and edited via a second recording facility located as follows:
Bródy Sándor u. 5-7. Budapest, Hungary
Radio and TV recording facilities are also located in Szeged and Pécs.