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TTV Channel 4 (later to TTV Channel 9 since 1970, M.C.O.T. Channel 9 in 1977 and Modernine TV in 2002 to 2015) Channel 3 (BEC-Bangkok Entertainment Company, under license from MCOT) (Defunct in 2020, Now all program was forced to move Digital TV Station on 3 HD) ITV (Thailand) (Later TITV in 2007 and TPBS in 2008 (Now renamed as ThaiPBS))
Mono 29 established in 2013 by a MONO Group subsidiary, MONO Broadcast, to start a business in digital terrestrial television. MONO Broadcast participated in the digital TV auction in late 2013 and won a licence with a bid of THB2,250 billion ($63 million). Mono 29 launched on 25 April 2014 as a 24-hour channel offering foreign TV series and ...
Digital terrestrial television. Channel 25 (TV5 MUX5) Channel GMM 25 (simply GMM 25) is a Thai digital terrestrial television channel owned by GMM Grammy and operated by The One Enterprise. The network offers a variety of content such as drama, music, news and entertainment programs targeting teenagers.  
TNN ((Thai: ทีเอ็นเอ็น), also known as TNN16 (Thai: ทีเอ็นเอ็น 16), an acronym for Thai News Network) is a Thai satellite, cable and digital terrestrial 24-hour news channel owned by Thai News Network (TNN) Co., Ltd., a unit of TrueVisions, a subsidiary of True Corporation, part of the Charoen Pokphand Group and Telenor, presents news, documentaries and ...
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. 
29 ( SDTV ) RTA2 MUX2. CH36 (594MHz) Bangkok. Bangkok. Bangkok ONE 31. Bangkok One 31 Co Ltd (under Bangkok The One Enterprise) 31 ( HDTV ) RTA2 MUX2.
It was presided over by the then Prime Minister of Thailand Field Marshal Thanom Kittikachorn. The first programme to air was the 1967 Miss Thailand Pageant. Channel 7 was known back then as "Bangkok Colour Television Network", airing on channel 5 and was the country's first colour television station using PAL Colour.