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|Slogan||close ties with people and people across the country|
|Picture format|| 1080i HDTV |
(downscaled to 16:9 576i for the SDTV feed)
|Sister channels||VTV1, VTV2, VTV3, VTV4, VTV6, VTV7, VTV8 and VTV9|
|VHF Analog In Hanoi||VHF Channel 4|
VTV5 is a Vietnamese state-owned pay television network, serving as the international broadcaster of Vietnam Television. Launched in 2002, it offers a best-of package of programming which aimed into the ethnic minorities in Vietnam.
Since 2016 VTV5 expanded their programmes through their operated-and-owned local channels under the VTV5 banner. The first was VTV5 Tây Nam Bộ, first relaunch in 2016, originally belonged to Vietnam Television Center in Can Tho. The second is VTV5 Tây Nguyên, broadcasts programmes aimed in the Central Highlands minorities.
Although the main broadcast of VTV5 is for the ethnic groups, sereval sports event and football matches (ex: Bundesliga, V.League,...) also live on VTV5. These sports content also shown on VTV6
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