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Vtv1

VTV1
Launched 7 September 1970
Owned by Vietnam Television
Picture format 576i 16:9 SDTV
1080i 16:9 HDTV
Country Vietnam
Language Vietnamese (Most programmes)
French (News programme)
Broadcast area Vietnam
Asia-Pacific
Worldwide
Formerly called TV Vietnam, TV1
Sister channel(s) VTV2, VTV3 and VTV4
Website http://www.vtv.vn/
Availability
Terrestrial
Hanoi Channel 9
Ho Chi Minh City Channel 21
Can Tho Channel 46
Da Nang Channel 12
Huế Channel 22
Núi Cấm Channel 24
Núi Cấm Channel 38
Bac Kan Channel 10
Bạc Liêu Channel 27
Bac Ninh Channel 12
Bến Tre Channel 37
Binh Dinh Channel 37
Binh Thuan Channel 8
Ca Mau Channel 39
Cao Bang Channel 8
Dak Lak Channel 8
Dien Bien Channel 7
Gia Lai Channel 9
Hà Tĩnh Channel 21
Hải Phòng Channel 10
Cable
Vietcable Channel 1

VTV1 is a state-owned television channel from Vietnam, owned by government-run VTV Network.

Launched in 7 September 1970, the station was formerly 24/7 general news and entertainment channel.[1]

Since 15 June 2011 the station become 24 hour news, current affairs and public affairs channel, the first of its kind in Vietnam.


See also

References

  1. ^ [1]

External links

  • VTV Official Web
  • VTV1 Live Streaming


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