Tianjin Television And Radio Station

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Tianjin Television And Radio Station

Tianjin Renmin Guangbo Diantai (Chinese :天津人民广播电台; pinyin :Tiānjīn Rénmín Guǎngbō Diàntái), translated as the Tianjin People's Broadcasting Station (TPBS) is a major radio broadcaster in Tianjin, China. They also operate the Tianjin Television station, also known as TJTV. Tianjin Television (TJTV) (Chinese :天津电视台; pinyin :Tiānjīn Diànshìtái) is a television network in the city of Tianjin, China. Its official website is called Tianshi Wang (天视网). Popular TV programs on TJTV include "Foreigners in China" (泊客中国), "This Week" (这一周), "Xiaomi Helping You" (小秘帮帮), and "Carnival" (津夜嘉年华). Tianjin Renmin Guangbo Diantai and Tianjin Television together forms Tianjin Television and Radio Station. [1]

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List of Tianjin Radio Stations

Tianjin Renmin Guangbo Diantai
TPBS.jpg
City Tianjin
Broadcast area Tianjin, Hebei, Beijing
BrandingTianjin Renmin Guangbo Diantai
Frequency (see below)
Format various formats
Call sign meaning "TJ" stands for Tianjin
OwnerTianjin Renmin Guangbo Diantai
Website http://www.radiotj.com
Tianjin Radio Stations
FrequencyDescription
97.2 FMNews
909 AMNews
106.8 FMTraffic
567 AMTraffic
104.6 FMLiterature
101.4 FMEconomical News
1071 AMMusic
99.0 FMMusic
1008 AMMusic
91.1 FMLife Radio
1386 AMLife Radio
92.0 FMBinhai Radio
747 AMBinhai Radio
87.8 FMEntertainment
666 AMNovel Radio

List of TJTV channels

Tianjin Television (TJTV)
天津电视台
Type Broadcast
Country
Official website
TJTV Online

Sources

  1. "天津广播电视台 天津广电传媒集团有限公司成立". Xinhua. Retrieved 25 January 2015.


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