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  2. Channel 5 (Thailand) - Wikipedia

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    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

  3. Digital terrestrial television in Thailand - Wikipedia

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    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.

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  5. Jakkaphong Jakrajutatip - Wikipedia

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    JKN Global Group, originally called the “Jakkaphong Network”, a media conglomerate company based in Bangkok, Thailand. Jakkaphong Jakrajutatip was born in a Thai—Chinese family in Thailand. She is eldest child of Mr. Ashira Suthisataporn and Mrs. Ampai Jakrajutatip. Her parents ran a video rental store and encouraged her to learn English. [3]

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  7. Censorship in Thailand - Wikipedia

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    Thailand ranked 59 of 167 countries in 2004 and then fell to 107 of 167 countries in 2005 in Press Freedom Index from Reporters Without Borders. [5] [6] Thailand's ranking fell to 153 of 178 in 2010 [7] and rose to 137 of 179 in 2011–2012. [8] In the 2014 index, Thailand ranked 130 of 180 nations, [9] falling to 142 in 2017 and to 140 in 2018.

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