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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)
National Broadcasting Services of Thailand ( Thai: สถานีวิทยุโทรทัศน์แห่งประเทศไทย) ( NBT) is the broadcasting arm of the Government Public Relations Department (PRD), a division of the Thai Government. It operates comprehensive media services comprising radio, television networks (terrestrial and satellite), online services and social media. 
List of television stations in Bangkok This is a list of television stations are based or broadcast in Bangkok . Contents 1 Bangkok terrestrial channels 2 TrueVisions HD Bangkok 2.1 TrueVisions HD Bangkok channels 3 See also Bangkok terrestrial channels [ edit] Bangkok free-to-air stations include: TrueVisions HD Bangkok [ edit]
TPBS operates Thai PBS (ไทยพีบีเอส), which was formerly known as iTV, TITV and TV Thai television station, respectively. Thai PBS is a public television station broadcasting on UHF Channel 29. The station broadcasts on a frequency formerly held by the privately run channel, iTV.
Mono 29 (stylized as MONO29) is a digital terrestrial television and satellite television channel in Thailand owned by MONO Next, a media and technology giant in Thailand. History [ edit] Mono 29 established in 2013 by a MONO Group subsidiary, MONO Broadcast, to start a business in digital terrestrial television.
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 . Contents 1 Television providers 2 Analog terrestrial television
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.