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VTV3 logo 2013 final.svg
Country Vietnam
Broadcast area Vietnam
Picture format 1080i HDTV
(downscaled to 16:9 576i for the SDTV feed)
Owner Vietnam Television
Sister channels VTV1, VTV2, VTV4, VTV5, VTV6, VTV7, VTV8 and VTV9
Launched31 March 1996;25 years ago (31 March 1996)
Vietnamese Analogue UHF 22 in Hanoi
VTVCab CH.3 (HD) Analog CH.30 (SD)
CH.232 (HD)
HanoicabCH.23 (SD)
CH.232 (HD)
Vietcable Channel 3
K+CH.8 (HD)
CH.212 (SD)
MobiTVCH.7 (HD)
VTC DigitalCH.14 (HD)
Vinasat (Cband)(SD)
Kênh 13 (SD)
Viettel TVCH.4 (HD)
Streaming media
VTV.vn Watch live
VTV Entertainment Watch live
FPT Play Watch live
TV Net (VTC) Watch live

VTV3 is a Vietnamese television station operated and owned by government-owned Vietnam Television. Launched on 31 March 1996 as the country's first sports and entertainment integrated channel, its programs contained sporting events and entertainment-oriented programs including music, variety shows, leisure & lifestyles, nationally produced dramas, as well as American and Asian series.


Broadcast history


VTV3 became the first channel of VTV and the first commercial television channel in Vietnam to have an HD simulcast. VTV3 HD was soft-launched from 31 March 2013 to mark VTV3's 17th anniversary and was officially launched on 1 June 2013. Most programs broadcast by VTV3 since 2013 are in HDTV with a 16:9 picture format.

List of programs currently broadcast by VTV3

Details: List of television programmes broadcast by Vietnam Television (VTV)


  1. Bố ơi! Mẹ thích gì? (2014-2016)
  2. Chiếc nón kỳ diệu - Wheel of Fortune (2001-2016)


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