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SET News

SET News
Launched March 1998
Network Sanlih E-Television
Slogan "First leading brand of Taiwan's local news" (台灣在地新聞第一領導品牌)
Country Republic of China (Taiwan)
Broadcast area Taiwan
Headquarters Taiwan
Website [1]
CATV Channel 54

SET News (Chinese: 三立新聞台, Pinyin: Sānlì xīnwén tái) is a 24-hour news channel of the Sanlih E-Television in Taiwan, launched in March 1998

External links

  • (Chinese) SET News official website

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