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TV channels from Armenia
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. 1 TV (Armenian)1 TV is the Armenian Public TV channel, based in Yerevan. The station began broadcasting in 1956. The channel is a member of the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) since 2005.
. A1 Plus (Armenian)A1 Plus is a privatly owned commercial TV channel based in Yerevan. It provides News from Armenia, Reportages on the most important daily news in armenian, Comments, Interviews and Documentaries.
. Amga TV (Armenian)Amga TV or the Armenian Media Group of America is a TV channel located in California. It offers a wide variety of entertainment programs and guest appearances comprised of politicians, lawyers, doctors, businessmen, and artists from all over.
. ARTN (Armenian)ARTN is established in 1985. It has earned a well-deserved popularity in Southern California among the Armenian community. ARTN is broadcasting daily in Armenian and Russian offering continuous coverage of national and international events.
. Azatutyun TV (Armenian)Azatutyun TV, Free Europe / Armenian service of Radio Liberty, with headquarters in Prague. With three dozen reporters in Yerevan Bureau it is the largest international news correspondent network of Armenia. The channel started broadcasting radio in 1953.
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. Shant News (Armenian)
Shant TV was founded by Arthur Yezekyan in 1994, in the second largest city of Armenia Gyumri. Since 2001 it also offers regular broadcasts in Yerevan. Shant TV provides News Programs, Entertainment, Serials, Shows.
. Yerkir Media TV (Armenian)Yerkir Media TV is a Television channel based in Yerevan, the Capital of Armenia. The main focus of this TV channel is self produced news-broadcasts which is broadcasted every our.
Armenia Broadcast info (source - CIA WFB):
2 public TV networks operating alongside more than 40 privately owned TV stations that provide local to near nationwide coverage; major Russian broadcast stations are widely available; subscription cable TV services are available in most regions; Public Radio of Armenia is a national, state-run broadcast network that operates alongside about 20 privately owned radio stations; several major international broadcasters are available (2008)
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