Television network

A television network is a distribution network for television content whereby a central operation provides programming for many television stations. Until the mid-1980s, television programming in the United States was dominated by a small number of broadcast networks, but with the advent of cable television the cost of creating a television network has been reduced and there have been a huge increase in the number of networks with most of the newer networks catering to a small group. Many early television networks evolved from earlier radio networks.

Broadcast television networks:

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1 Australia
2 Canada
3 China, Peoples Republic of
4 China, Republic of
5 Finland
6 India
7 Ireland
8 Japan
9 Sweden
10 Taiwan
11 United Kingdom
12 United States
13 See also

Australia

Canada

China, Peoples Republic of

China, Republic of

See entry for Taiwan below.

Finland

  • Yleisradio (YLE, Finnish Broadcasting Corporation) - state broadcaster
  • MTV3 - (Mainos-TV) commercial station
  • Nelonen - (Channel Four Finland) commercial station

India

Ireland

note: BBC NI and UTV are based in Northern Ireland, RTÉ and TV 3 in the Republic of Ireland. However all four are available to most viewers throughout the island of Ireland, with UTV now accepting advertising from the Republic and targeting some of its programmes specifically at viewers in the Republic. Access to the Republic's stations (but in particular RTÉ) in Northern Ireland was a requirement of the Good Friday Agreement peace deal in 1998.

Japan

Sweden

Taiwan

  • China Television Company (CTV) - (need chinese terms)
  • Chinese Television Service (CTS)
  • Taiwan Television Company (TTV)

United Kingdom

United States

U.S. Broadcast television networks

U.S. Cable and Satellite television networks

Major:

Premium:

See also




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