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TV channels from China
Channel NameLive?Information
.CCTV 1 (Chinese)LiveChina Central Television or Chinese Central Television, commonly abbreviated as CCTV, is the predominant state television broadcaster. CCTV-1 is a free-to-air terrestrial television channel. It has a mixture of all kinds of television programs.
.CCTV 10 (Chinese)LiveCCTV 10 is the State Science and education channel of China. The channel is owned by China Central Televsision. CCTV 10 was launched in 2001. The channel provides mostly local and imported documentaries, as well as educational studio productions.
.CCTV 3 Arts (Chinese)LiveCCTV 3 Arts is the creative channel of the National broadcaster China Central Television. The channel provides entertainment, art and the mass, fusion variety, music, information service, literature, dance and other arts programs.
.CCTV 4 (Chinese)LiveCCTV 4 is serving Chinese speaking people from overseas. CCTV 4 contains a variety of programs including documentaries, music, news, drama series, sports and children shows.
.CCTV 5 Plus (Chinese)LiveCCTV 5 Plus is one of two sportschannels provided by CCTV, the China Central Television or Chinese Central Television. CCTV is the state television broadcaster of China.
.CCTV 8 (Chinese)LiveCCTV-8 is a the Drama channel of China Central Television (CCTV) originating in the People's Republic of China.
.CCTV 9 Documentary (English)LiveCCTV Documentary Channel has two editions,the Chinese Edition(domestic edition) and English (international) Edition. This channel was launched in 2011.
.CCTV Arabic (Arabic)LiveCCTV Arabic is a Arabic language entertainment and news channel of China Central Television (CCTV) originating in the People's Republic of China. Programming consists of News, Economical updates, Documentaries and Chinese-Arabic related issues.
.CCTV Espanol (Spanish)LiveCCTV-E is a Spanish language entertainment and news channel of China Central Television (CCTV) originating in the People's Republic of China.
.CCTV French (French)LiveCCTV French is the French language entertainment and news channel of CCTV, China Central Television. The channel was launched in 2007. It provides news programmes, educational programmes, and Chinese soap operas.
.CCTV news (English)LiveCCTV news, China Central Television (former CCTV 9) is a 24/7 news TV channel in the English language. CCTV is a government operated national TV broadcaster based in Beijing.
.CCTV Russia (Russian)LiveCCTV Russia is the Russian speaking channel of CCTV (China Cenrtal Television). It offers Russian spoken programs, mainly International News, Entertainment and Educative.
.Chongqing TV (Chinese)LiveChongqing Broadcasting Group (CBG) is a television broadcaster based in Chongqing, China. The channel offers mainly entertainment programming.
.CNC News (English)LiveCNC News or China Xinhua News Network Corporation, is a TV News Network. It is operated by the Xinhua News Agency targeting overseas audiences. The news channel started broadcasting in 2010. The headquerter is based in Beijing.
.DHTV Financial (Chinese)LiveWenzhou News Network is based in Wenzhou City, provincie Zhejiang. DHTV Financial offers a variety of programs including financial news.
.Kanka News (Chinese)LiveKanka News or See News Network is Shanghai's Radio and Television News Network. The station airs news and current affairs.
.NBS (Chinese)LiveThis channel is located in Nanjing. It offers local news programming.
.Phoenix TV (Chinese)LivePhoenix TV is a Satellite TV network, based in Hong Kong. Phoenix offers Mandarin and Cantonese language programs. The Company was founded in 1996 and offers various programs including, Infonews, Movies, Entertaiment. On the website various channels are offered.
.SCTV 1 (-)LiveTV channel from Sichuan. Various channels available on webite.
.WLTV (Chinese)LiveWLTV is a general TV channel operated by the Xuzhou Radio and Television Media Group.
China Broadcast info (source - CIA World Factbook):
all broadcast media are owned by, or affiliated with, the Communist Party of China or a government agency; no privately owned TV or radio stations; state-run Chinese Central TV, provincial, and municipal stations offer more than 2,000 channels; the Central Propaganda Department lists subjects that are off limits to domestic broadcast media with the government maintaining authority to approve all programming; foreign-made TV programs must be approved prior to broadcast
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