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ZDF still on top.

The Mainz-based ZDF says it continues as the top-rated German television network.

The public television network reports that, during the first six months of 1993, it attracted a 19 per cent share of all German viewers (over the age of six) and that its shows captured the first four positions on the German Top 10 list. The most popular programs were A Case for Two(44.4 percent share), Derrick

(42 per cent share), and The Old Fox(39.2 per cent).

During the evening prime-time period, ZDF maintained an impressive 22.4 per cent share. Next in line was RTL with a 17.6 per cent share.
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Title Annotation:top-rated German television network
Publication:Video Age International
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Date:Sep 1, 1993
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