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Television in Kyrgyzstan

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Television in Kyrgyzstan

Television in Kyrgyzstan was introduced in 1958, when Kyrgyzstan was still known as the Kirghiz SSR. KTR launched that year and broadcast in Russian language.[1][2]

Contents

  • List of channels 1
    • State-owned 1.1
    • Private 1.2
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

List of channels

This is a list of television channels that broadcast in Kyrgyzstan.

State-owned

Name Owner Established
KTR Kyrgyz Television (state-owned) 1958
El TR Kyrgyz Television (state-owned) ?

Private

Name Owner Established
Kanal 5 ? 2006
KOORT ? ?
NTS (НТС) ? ?
NBT ? ?
Regional
Name Owner Established
Piramida ? ?
Osh TV ? ?
Osh3000 TV ? ?
Ecological Youth TV (EYTV) ? ?
Independent Bishkek TV ? ?
Mezon TV ? ?

See also

References

  1. ^ German TV-report "Zapping International" - arte 2008
  2. ^ BBC News - Kyrgyzstan country profile

External links

  • KTR Official site
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