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Royal Thai Army Radio and Television Channel 5

Royal Thai Army Radio and Television Channel 5
Launched 25 January 1958 (1958-01-25)
Owned by Royal Thai Army
Picture format 576i (SDTV 16:9)
1080i (HDTV)
Slogan (Thai: ททบ.5 นำคุณค่า สู่สังคมไทย)
(Ththb.5 Nả khuṇkh̀ā s̄ū̀ s̄ạngkhm thịy)
TV5 Bringing Thailand's Values To The Society
Country Thailand
Language Thai
Formerly called
  • Royal Thai Army Radio and Television Channel 7
  • Royal Thai Army Radio and Television Channel 5
Analogue Channel 5 (VHF) (Bangkok)
Digital Channel 1 (HDTV) on UHF Channel 36 (TV5 - MUX2) in Bangkok
TrueVisions Channel 11
CTH Channel 11
Other Channel 11
TrueVisions Channel 2 and 11

Royal Thai Army Radio and Television Channel 5 (สถานีวิทยุโทรทัศน์กองทัพบก) is a terrestrial television station of the Royal Thai Army, and a second television station in Thailand. It began broadcasting on 25 January 1958 in very high frequency (VHF).


Broadcast signals go through a network of 31 transmitters dotted around the country. Daily transmission is 24 hours, but regular programs begins at 05:00, ending at 03:00 the next day. Between 03:00 and 05:00 TV5 broadcasts teleshopping.

Channel 5 broadcasts under VHF (Very High) Frequency transmission on Channel 5 for analogue broadcasting, and UHF channel 36 for digital broadcasting.

Channel 5 is also available over TrueVisions on Channel 2.

Criticism and controversy

Channel 5 has

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