What does CCTV stands for in China? What are the channel list and contents of CCTV?

By | May 13, 2013

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China Central Television (CCTV, referred to as CCTV, 中国中央电视台) is one of the official television media of the People’s Republic of China, the first public broadcasting trial was on May 1, 1958, and on September 2 the channel was officially established under the name of Beijing Television. Started on May 1, 1978, its name was revised to China Central Television and continues until today. All programs are broadcasted via satellite, it is the most viewed media in within the People’s Republic of China. CCTV has 45 TV channels, the largest number of TV channels of the television in the world, in addition to the broadcast channel for the Chinese mainland, its programs are also broadcasted via satellite, Internet to the world in various languages​​.

CCTV channels

Content

CCTV-1

Mixture

CCTV-2

Economy

CCTV-3

Arts

CCTV-4

International, in Chinese

CCTV-5

Sports

CCTV-6

Movies and series

CCTV-7

Military/Agriculture

CCTV-8

TV drama

CCTV-9

International, in English

CCTV-10

Science and Education

CCTV-11

Opera

CCTV-12

Society and Law

CCTV-News

24-hour News

CCTV-Children

Children’s channel

CCTV-Music

Music

CCTV-E&F

International, in Spanish and French

Source: Baike.Baidu.com

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