|Country of origin||Vatican City|
|Original language(s)||English, Italian|
Via del Pellegrino00120 Vatican City
|Original network||Vatican news services|
|Audio format||MPEG-4 H.264|
|First shown in||1998|
|Vatican Television Center|
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