CCTV-7

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CCTV-7 军事 农业
CCTV-7军事农业.png
Launched 1995-11-30
Picture format 576i (4:3 SDTV)
1080i (16:9 HDTV)
Country  China
Language Chinese
Headquarters China Central Television Headquarters
East 3rd Ring Road off Guanghua Road
Chaoyang Metropolitan, Beijing Central Business District
Beijing,  China
Website CCTV-7
Availability
Terrestrial
Analog Channel 7
Digital Channel 7
DVB-T Channel 7
Satellite
Satellite Channel 7
Chinasat-6B 3840MHz
Cable
Cable Channel 7
Streaming media
CNTV Ai Bugu CCTV-7

CCTV-7 is a flagship free-to-air terrestrial television channel of the CCTV in the People's Republic of China. It has a mixture of agricultural and military programmes and is available to both cable and terrestrial television viewers and is broadcast from the China Central Television Headquarters at East 3rd Ring Road off Guanghua Road in Chaoyang Metropolitan form Beijing Central Business District.

Transmission hours[edit]

CCTV-7 it was officially transmission hours at 18-hour broadcasts are from 06:00 until 00:00 BJT in daily and public holidays.

Opening and closing times[edit]

1995-2003[edit]

Startup[edit]

CCTV-7 starts up at 06:00 BJT with station ident until national anthem and first programmes.

Closedown[edit]

CCTV-7 closes down at 00:00 BJT with good night and test card was broadcast at the end.

2003-present[edit]

Startup[edit]

CCTV-7 starts up at 06:00 BJT with opening theme featuring of end of logo until station ident around of national anthem and first programmes.

Closedown[edit]

CCTV-7 closes down at 00:00 BJT with closing theme featuring of tomorrow schedule for the next day's television programme listings until end of logo a station ident to good night (also known as "謝謝收看 再見" (Transcription:"Xiè Xiè Shōu Kàn Zài Jiàn"; means Thank you for Watching and Goodbye))1 and test card was broadcast at the end.
Notes:

  1. ^ In the song "感覺靜謐" Gǎn Jué Jìng Mì (Feeling of Quiet) it was composed by Yiruma was final broadcast the played.

In the closing (off-air) time CCTV is broadcasting a test card complete with date to time and with the text "CCTV - Beijing-China".

Broadcasting length[edit]

In special programmes in occasional such as the Chinese National Day, Handover of Hong Kong, Hong Kong International Airport, Taiwanese Earthquake, 11 September 2001, Sichuan Earthquake, Asian Games and Summer Olympic Games the show was extended to live television.

Programmes[edit]

Special[edit]

External links[edit]