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New Tang Dynasty Television (Canada)

New Tang Dynasty Television
NTD Television logo
Launched March 28, 2012
Owned by New Tang Dynasty Television Canada
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
Country Canada
Broadcast area National
Headquarters Toronto, Ontario
Website NTD Canada
Novus Entertainment Channel 340
Rogers Cable Channel 817
Shaw Cable Channel 541
Bell Fibe TV Channel 727

New Tang Dynasty Television (NTD) is a Canadian Category B Chinese language specialty channel and is owned by New Tang Dynasty Television Canada. NTD Television is a multilingual service, broadcasting programming in Cantonese, Mandarin as well as English and French.

New Tang Dynasty Television is a non-profit general interest Chinese language channel that was established by expatriate Chinese in the US in 2001. It airs a unique programming mix of news, cultural shows, educational programs, sports and entertainment. Its flagship program 'NTD News', is well known for providing insightful and uncensored news from mainland China.

NTD Television Canada officially launched on March 28, 2012 on Shaw Cable. It is also available on Novus Entertainment in Vancouver and on Bell Fibe TV and Rogers Cable in Eastern Canada.[1]


  1. ^ "New Tang Dynasty Multi-Language Channel Launched on Shaw Cablesystems in Western Canada". 

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  • New Tang Dynasty Television Canada (Chinese)
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