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our history… built on solid foundation
K-TV is a member of a global network of religious broadcasting services with offices based in Europe and the United States. Founded in 1999, in Gossau, Switzerland by Father Hans Buschor, K-TV was transferred to Patrick Gruhn as sole owner and CEO in April 2011 and incorporated as Kephas Stiftung gemeinnützige GmbH (Kephas Foundation non-profit LLC). The K in K-TV stands for Kephas: the Rock in biblical Greek. The apostle Peter, was called Kephas by Jesus as he was to be the rock upon which the Christian church was to be built.
As the leading provider of German-speaking Catholic television broadcasting in Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein and Switzerland in terms of unique viewers and broadcasting coverage, K-TV’s broadcasting reach includes approximately 31M households (excluding internet viewers). Building on more than 20 years of experience, K-TV is ever evolving, developing new technology to capture, broadcast, and stream high quality Catholic content.
What We Do
Remote Church enables parishes to digitally extend their reach to their congregation with a direct broadcast. Discreet, remote, affordable.
Stream, upload, share Catholic content today. All at your fingertips.
An all-in-one complete video production mini-studio optimised for a single user to produce high-end quality professional videos fast and easy, with no technical knowledge required.
bringing Catholic content closer
On top of regular K-TV programming (retreats, spiritual documentaries, interviews, special reports from Israel and Rome…), unique services are also broadcast several times a year from Altötting (Diocese of Passau), the largest pilgrimage site in Germany, as well as from Fatima, and Lourdes, France, with additional productions from multiple pilgrimage sites in Germany, Austria and Switzerland using K-TV’s Remote Church solution.
K-TV also works in cooperation with the Vatican TV station, CTV with Padre Pio TV in San Giovanni Rotondo – to broadcast international or German-speaking services and the Rosary on a regular basis.