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FTV News

FTV News
Launched 11 June 1997
Network Formosa TV
Country Republic of China (Taiwan)
Broadcast area Taiwan
Sister channel(s) Formosa TV, Follow Me TV, FSTV HD
Digital DVB-T
CATV Channel 53

FTV News (Chinese: 民視新聞台, Pinyin: Mín shì xīnwén tái) is a digital television news channel operated by Formosa TV (FTV) in Taiwan, launched on 11 June 1997.

See also

External links

  • (Chinese) FTV News official website

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