VTV6

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VTV6
VTV6 logo 2013 final.svg
Country Vietnam
Broadcast areaVietnam
Programming
Language(s)Vietnamese
Picture format 1080i HDTV
(downscaled to 16:9 576i for the SDTV feed)
Ownership
Owner Vietnam Television
Sister channels VTV1, VTV2, VTV3, VTV4, VTV5, VTV7, VTV8 and VTV9
History
Launched29 April 2007;14 years ago (29 April 2007)
Links
Website https://vtv6.vtv.vn
Availability
Cable
Cablelink (Philippines)Channel 365
SCTVChannel 32 (HD)
Satellite
Cignal (Philippines)Channel 259 (HD)

VTV6 is a Vietnamese state-owned pay television network of Vietnam Television. Launched in 2007. It serves the youth in Vietnam. [1]

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Although VTV6 is operated by Ban Thanh thiếu niên (Youth Department), several programs produced by Ban Thể thao (Sports Department, VTV Sports) are mostly broadcast on this channel since 2015, so it is also known as a live broadcast of sports events of VTV. VTV6 also produces many live television programs and special live show for broadcast on VTV1.

Sports programmes

Olympic

Football

Bulletin

Others programmes on VTV6

Currently

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