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    Jó estét Kertváros! magazinműsor

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    Kertvárosi Híradó: Tudósítás, fotókiállítás a pécsi 508. számú Tarr Imre Szakmunkásképző Intézetben

    The weekly TV program took 95 minutes and introduced current public events within the frames of studio interviews or field interviews. Interviews are generally 8-10 minutes long. Current topics: Chris Norman video clip, live news of Sándor Friderikusz, the next guest is the humourist Imre Antal, telephone interview with Erzsébet Spéter, finally broadcasting from the temporary exhibition of Vasarely Museum. The main topic of the program: Secondary Schools and Institutes' national photo exhibition hosted by Nr. 508 Tarr Imre Vocational School (report).

    The first experimental broadcast of the cable television of Pécs was on 2nd of April, 1979. With the assistance of MTV Pécs District Studio and the Real Estate Manager Company the first public cable network broadcast was created with the title of "Cable Television Experiment" and it was transmitted through the antenna centre of the seventeen-storey building of Uránváros. The authorization of The Cabinet Information Bureau allowed the foundation of Lvov- Garden City Community Television. Moreover on 25th November, 1985 the first broadcast after the revival was on screen. Professional colleagues of the television were: Ágnes Katona, Zoltán Kiss, Kálmán Molvay, Tibor Nagy and Gábor Pap. Their work was assisted by several part-time employees and indentured labourers. The program was on screen on Mondays in 17000 households in the June of 1986.

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    Kertvárosi Híradó: Interjú Kaposiné Dr. Dunai Máriaval a Pécsi Fodrászszövetkezet új elnökével

    The weekly TV program took 95 minutes and introduced current public events within the frames of studio interviews or field interviews. Interviews are generally 8-10 minutes long. Current topics: The Garden City News made an interview with the new leader of the Hairdressers' Cooperative, garden city news reviewed the photo exhibition in Nr. 508 school, and the new Ferenc Karinthy play at the National Theatre of Pécs with the title “Danube Bend”, moreover Sándor Friderikusz’s live news is reported as well. The main topic of the program: Interview with Mrs. Kaposi Dr. Mária Dunai, the new leader of the Hairdressers' Cooperative.

    The first experimental broadcast of the cable television of Pécs was on 2nd of April, 1979. With the assistance of MTV Pécs District Studio and the Real Estate Manager Company the first public cable network broadcast was created with the title of "Cable Television Experiment" and it was transmitted through the antenna centre of the seventeen-storey building of Uránváros. The authorization of The Cabinet Information Bureau allowed the foundation of Lvov- Garden City Community Television. Moreover on 25th November, 1985 the first broadcast after the revival was on screen. Professional colleagues of the television were: Ágnes Katona, Zoltán Kiss, Kálmán Molvay, Tibor Nagy and Gábor Pap.Their work was assisted by several part-time employees and indentured labourers. The program was on screen on Mondays in 17000 households in the June of 1986.

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    Kertvárosi Híradó: Antal Imre, humorista

    The weekly TV program took 120 minutes and introduced current public events within the frames of studio interviews or field interviews. Interviews are generally 8-10 minutes long. Current topics: Report from Tarr Imre Technical-Vocational School, from the site of the secondary schools’ national photo exhibition. Later Chris Norman’s (Smokie band) video clip is on screen, as well as live news of Sándor Friderikusz, followed by the interview of humourist Imre Antal. The main topic: The guest of the program is Imre Antal

    The first experimental broadcast of the cable television of Pécs was on 2nd of April, 1979. With the assistance of MTV Pécs District Studio and the Real Estate Manager Company the first public cable network broadcast was created with the title of "Cable Television Experiment" and it was transmitted through the antenna centre of the seventeen-storey building of Uránváros. The authorization of The Cabinet Information Bureau allowed the foundation of Lvov- Garden City Community Television. Moreover on 25th November, 1985 the first broadcast after the revival was on screen. Professional colleagues of the television were: Ágnes Katona, Zoltán Kiss, Kálmán Molvay, Tibor Nagy and Gábor Pap. Their work was assisted by several part-time employees and indentured labourers. The program was on screen on Mondays in 17000 households in the June of 1986.

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    Jó estét Kertváros! magazinműsor

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    Kertvárosi Híradó: Friderikusz Sándor vendége: Antal Imre, humorista

    The weekly TV program took 120 minutes and introduced current public events within the frames of studio interviews or field interviews. Interviews are generally 8-10 minutes long. Current topics: Interview about the hairdressers' cooperative transformation, photo exhibition of students from Pécs, the concert of Smokie Band, and Sándor Friderikusz's conversation within the topic of public events. The main topic of the program: Sándor Friderukusz's interview with humourist Imre Antal.

    The first experimental broadcast of the cable television of Pécs was on 2nd of April, 1979. With the assistance of MTV Pécs District Studio and the Real Estate Manager Company the first public cable network broadcast was created with the title of "Cable Television Experiment" and it was transmitted through the antenna centre of the seventeen-storey building of Uránváros. The authorization of The Cabinet Information Bureau allowed the foundation of Lvov- Garden City Community Television. Moreover on 25th November, 1985 the first broadcast after the revival was on screen. Professional colleagues of the television were: Ágnes Katona, Zoltán Kiss, Kálmán Molvay, Tibor Nagy and Gábor Pap. Their work was assisted by several part-time employees and indentured labourers. The program was on screen on Mondays in 17000 households in the June of 1986.

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    Kertvárosi Híradó: Baranya Megyei Bűnmegelőzési Tanács működési tapasztalatai Lvov-Kertvárosban

    The weekly TV program took 116 minutes and introduced current public events within the frames of studio interviews or field interviews. Interviews are generally 8-10 minutes long. Topics present: Mrs. János Walcz, executive of the City Council, speaks about the beginning of the school term. International Conference of Pediatric Radiology in Pécs. Report from the Miner's Day held in the Pécs. Compilation videos from summer camps. Portrait of the humourist András Nagy Bandó. Garden City News - brief interviews and reports about public events. -The main topic of the program: New offices were opened in Lvov-Garden City, members of Protective Services prepare for Armed Forces' Day in Baranya County, moreover the car racers prepare for Mecsek Rallye.

    The first experimental broadcast of the cable television of Pécs was on 2nd of April, 1979. With the assistance of MTV Pécs District Studio and the Real Estate Manager Company the first public cable network broadcast was created with the title of "Cable Television Experiment" and it was transmitted through the antenna centre of the seventeen-storey building of Uránváros. The authorization of The Cabinet Information Bureau allowed the foundation of Lvov- Garden City Community Television. Moreover on 25th November, 1985 the first broadcast after the revival was on screen. Professional colleagues of the television were: Ágnes Katona, Zoltán Kiss, Kálmán Molvay, Tibor Nagy and Gábor Pap. Their work was assisted by several part-time employees and indentured labourers. The program was on screen on Mondays in 17000 households in the June of 1986.