Cambodian Television Network

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Cambodian Television Network
Industry Television broadcasting
Founded March 2003;15 years ago (2003-03)
Headquarters Phnom Penh , Cambodia
Area served
Products Television services

Cambodian Television Network (CTN) was launched in March 2003 [1] as a joint venture between local conglomerate The Royal Group and Stockholm-based Modern Times Group, this free-to-air terrestrial television channel Cambodian Television Network (CTN) is now part of Mobitel. CTN provides viewers with a variety of entertainment and educational programmes, which includes home-grown documentaries, computer learning programmes and sitcoms. The channel has also bought rights to Sunday English Premier League football matches, European comedies and Asian drama series and South American telenovelas. International news is transmitted to CTN's broadcast facility at Srok Takhmao via satellite from London, enabling the channel to offer international and Asian news. CTN is available through the website and mobile applications.

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  1. Jeremy Wagstaff (2010). "Southeast Asian Media: Patterns of Production and Consumption" (PDF). Open Society. p. 22. Retrieved 9 May 2016.