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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)
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]
Television is by far the most popular medium in Thailand. Almost 80 percent of Thais are estimated to rely on television as their primary source of news. Major television stations are owned and controlled by the Royal Thai Army, MCOTand government. Radio
The digital terrestrial television system was launched in Thailand in 2014. it employs DVB-T2 as its digital encoding standard. The Broadcast Commission (BC) under the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) announced in the last quarter of 2013 that it plans to give DTTV license through open auction within December 2013.
Line TV. Watch live (Thailand only) Thairath TV ( Thai: ไทยรัฐทีวี) is a digital terrestrial television channel owned by Triple V Broadcast Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of the news publisher, Thairath, which was owned by Vacharaphol Co., Ltd., launched in April 2014 after they won a digital television broadcast license. 
Amarin TV, fully known as Amarin TV 34 HD ( Thai: อมรินทร์ทีวี เอชดี ช่อง 34 ), is a Thai digital terrestrial television channel operated by Amarin Television Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of Amarin Printing & Publishing PCL, which is an affiliate of the TCC Group.
Thailand is a middle power in global affairs and a founding member of ASEAN, and ranks very high in the Human Development Index. It has the second-largest economy in Southeast Asia and the 22nd-largest in the world by PPP. Thailand is classified as a newly industrialised economy, with manufacturing, agriculture, and tourism as leading sectors.