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  2. Television in Thailand - Wikipedia

    In Thailand, television broadcasting started on 24 June, 1955 (in NTSC ). Color telecasts ( PAL, System B/G 625 lines) were started in 1967, and full-time color transmissions were launched in 1975. As of November 2020, there are currently 21 digital ( DVB-T2) TV channels in Thailand . Television providers [ edit]

  3. List of television stations in Thailand - Wikipedia

    National Broadcasting Services of Thailand (NBT2HD) 3. Thai Public Broadcasting Service (Thai PBS) 4. ALTV (ThaiPBS Active Learning TV) 5. Royal Thai Army Radio and Television (TV5 HD) 7. T Sports (7) 10. Thai Parliament Television (TPTV) 11. NBT Regional 11 (Broadcast in each region to 4 sectors, to consist of)

  4. National Broadcasting Services of Thailand - Wikipedia

    NBT TV (or NBT (Digital) 2 HD ), formerly TVT11, is the television division and free-to-air channel of NBT. The broadcasting of TVT11 began on 11 July 1988, when TV9 (currently known as Modernine TV) split into two channels. It was firstly aimed at viewers in the countryside. Some elements such as sex and violence are censored as NBT is one of ...

  5. Channel 3 (Thailand) - Wikipedia

    In September 2018, Channel 3 (owner by BEC and MCOT) was the last broadcaster to broadcast analog television services in Thailand. The network made the move to digital television in late 2019 on VHF while analogue television ceased transmission on 26 March 2020 at 12:00am ( UTC+7 ), exactly 50 years after the channel's launch.

  6. F4 Thailand: Boys Over Flowers - Wikipedia

    In the Philippines, F4 Thailand: Boys Over Flowers is simultaneously available for streaming online via iWantTFC every Saturdays at 9:30 pm (PST) starting 18 December 2021 simulcast with Thailand and Sundays at 8:30 pm on Kapamilya Channel, Kapamilya Online Live and A2Z on 19 December 2021 dubbed in Filipino.

  7. Channel 5 (Thailand) - Wikipedia

    Channel 5 is the second oldest television station in Thailand, owned and operated by the Royal Thai Army, and as such features, among others, programming devoted to the Royal Thai Armed Forces . Channel 5 completely ceased its analog broadcast on 21 June 2018 at 9:30am as part of its digital switchover. See also [ edit] Television in Thailand

  8. Nadao Bangkok - Wikipedia

    Nadao Bangkok Co., Ltd. was registered on September 9, 2009. [1] The company was founded as a partially owned subsidiary of film studio GMM Tai Hub (GTH) to manage its growing roster of actors and help develop their talents. It was headed by Songyos Sugmakanan, who had directed several films with GTH. [2]