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|Centro Televisivo Vaticano (1983-2017)|
Vatican Media (formerly Centro Televisivo Vaticano) is the Holy See national broadcaster based in Vatican City which first aired in 1983.
Created in 1983 by Pope John Paul II, Vatican Media is, since November 1996, an institution legally associated with the Vatican.
The main services that it offers are live broadcasts, daily help to other media, creation of television programs and archives stock control.
Vatican Media’s main goal is the universal expansion of Catholicism by creating television materials and broadcasting images of the Pope and of Vatican activities.
Programs are mainly based on what happens in the Vatican. Daily prayers such as Angelus, general audiences on Wednesdays, and various celebrations are broadcast. The Pope’s travels around the world are also broadcast. Each year, CTV broadcasts around 130 events in the Vatican and covers daily public activities of the Pope and his main activities outside the Vatican.
Live broadcasts are made on the Vatican’s website and by other Italian catholic television channels such as Telepace or TV2000, and foreign television channels such as KTO. The Vatican does not have its own television station. If asked Vatican Media also gives images to other television channels for events in the Vatican or during the Pope’s visits around the world. In the Vatican, it can offer assistance setting up press centers and press conferences, and also with services for special reporters and video and audio help for foreign television channels. "It conducts around 130 live broadcasts per annum, produces documentaries, creates a weekly magazine program called Octava Dies that is distributed internationally, and serves as an archival facility for all of its footage. On Sundays the station uses Intelsat to broadcast the pope's Angelus to the United States."
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Vatican Media produced many documentaries during the reigns of Pope John Paul II and Pope Benedict XVI. It made documentaries on the lives of the popes, on the Vatican City, and on the main churches of Catholicism. They were broadcast in English, Spanish, French, and other languages.
Vatican Media owns a library of more than 10.000 recordings, amounting to 4.000 hours of recordings and images of Pope John Paul II’s pontificate since 1984. This library is open to foreign television channels and to documentary producers from throughout the world. The Vatican Media Center is open Monday to Saturday from 9 a.m to 1 p.m.
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