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  2. Thai Public Broadcasting Service - Wikipedia

    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.

  3. Channel 3 (Thailand) - Wikipedia

    Channel 3 (Thailand) View history Channel 3 or Channel 3 HD ( Thai: สถานีโทรทัศน์ไทยทีวีสีช่อง 3 (ช่อง 3 เอชดี ช่อง 33)) is a Thai free-to-air television network that was launched on 26 March 1970 as Thailand 's first commercial television station.

  4. Thai television soap opera - Wikipedia

    They are shown generally at prime-time on Thai television channels, starting usually on, before or approximately at 20:25-20:30 hrs local time. An episode of a prime-time drama is between 45 minutes to two hours long including commercials. Each series is a finished story, unlike Western "cliffhanger" dramas, but rather like Hispanic telenovelas.

  5. Thai Global Network - Wikipedia

    Thai TV Global Network (TGN) is a defunct Thai satellite television channel. Тhai TV Global Network is the first and only satellite TV broadcasting center in Thailand. TGN, under the operation of the Royal Thai Army Radio and Television Channel 5, provides 24-hour-programs broadcasting to 170 countries on five continents.

  6. Thairath - Wikipedia

    Thai State) is a daily newspaper in Thai published in Bangkok and distributed nationwide. The paper is a broadsheet published with two sections. The first section is devoted to news. Although the news section is best known for its sensationalist coverage of crime and accidents, it also includes stories on Thai politics, economy and society.

  7. Jakkaphong Jakrajutatip - Wikipedia

    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]

  8. Suppapong Udomkaewkanjana - Wikipedia

    Suppapong Udomkaewkanjana ( Thai: ศุภพงษ์ อุดมแก้วกาญจนา, born 17 April 1998), nicknamed Saint, is a Thai actor, producer and host. He gained fame through his role as Pete (Pichaya) in the 2018 TV series Love by Chance . Early life and education[ edit] Suppapong was born on 17 April 1998 in Trat, Thailand.

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