Tele5

The 1988-1992 incarnation of Tele5 was briefly part of a network of European channels including the French La Cinq, Spanish Tele 5 (now Telecinco) and Canale 5 in Italy, home of Silvio Berlusconi, who owned 45%of the German channel.

The channel was apparently somewhat forcibly closed down in 1992 and it relaunched in 1993 as Deutsches Sportfernsehen (DSF). Many of Tele5's popular programmes reappeared on other channels in the months following the closure, and some persisted for many years. In 2002 a separate group (Tele München Gruppe) obtained the rights to use the Tele5 name and launched a channel which has concentrated since 2005 on showing predominantly films.

1980s

Tele 5 Ident

New, it's not

Quality: HQ

1988

Views: 60

Format: 4:3

Tele 5 Ident

New, it's not

Quality: HQ

1988

Views: 33

Format: 4:3

1990s

Tele 5 Ident

New, it's not

Quality: ST

1991

Views: 104

Format: 4:3

Tele 5 Pres

New, it's not

Quality: ST

1991

Views: 31

Format: 4:3

Tele 5 Menu

New, it's not

Quality: HQ

1991

Views: 42

Format: 4:3

Next

New, it's not

Quality: ST

1991

Views: 19

Format: 4:3

Next

New, it's not

Quality: ST

1991

Views: 14

Format: 4:3

Prog promo

New, it's not

Quality: ST

1991

Views: 17

Format: 4:3

Prog promo

New, it's not

Quality: ST

1991

Views: 13

Format: 4:3

33756

Tele 5 Ident

New, it's not

Quality: ST

1992

Views: 99

Format: 4:3

Tele 5 Ident

New, it's not

Quality: ST

1992

Views: 63

Format: 4:3

Tele 5 Ident

New, it's not

Quality: ST

1992

Views: 48

Format: 4:3

Tele 5 Ident

New, it's not

Quality: ST

1992

Views: 46

Format: 4:3

Tele 5 Ident

New, it's not

Quality: ST

1992

Views: 61

Format: 4:3

Tele 5 Ident

New, it's not

Quality: ST

1992

Views: 89

Format: 4:3

Tele 5 Ident

New, it's not

Quality: ST

1992

Views: 100

Format: 4:3