Canal Macau

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Canal Macau
Launched 13 May 1984
Network TDM
Owned by TDM
Picture format 576i (PAL) 4:3
576i (SDTV) 16:9
1080i (HDTV) 16:9
Country Macau
Language Portuguese
Broadcast area Macau
Headquarters Macau
Formerly called TDM Portuguese Channel (17 September 1990 – 31 March 2007)
Portuguese Channel (1 April 2007 – 1 November 2007)
Sister channel(s) TDM Ou Mun
TDM Direct Teledeporte (sports network on Canal Macau)
Website http://portugues.tdm.com.mo/
Availability
Terrestrial
Colina da Guia Channel 32
Hellene Garden Channel 45
Our Lady of Carmel Parish Channel 55
Cable
Macau Cable TV) Channel 81

Canal Macau is a Portuguese-language television channel broadcast in Macau. Both Canal Macau and its sister, Cantonese language station TDM Ou Mun, are owned by TDM.

Local programmes usually broadcast daily from 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm. As a result, RTP's programmes on RTP Internacional are usually relayed for other time schedules (with the exception of football matches). In addition, The Catholic Mass broadcasts live on Sunday mornings from the Igreja da Sé. Together, these programmes make Canal Macau a 24-hour television service.

Transmission Hours[edit]

Daily transmission hours are from 6:00 am to 1:00 am. Transmission hours during public holidays are from 3:00 pm to 12:00 am.

Opening and closing times[edit]

Opening[edit]

Canal Macau begins at 6:30 am, and the Chinese national anthem is played for station identification. Before the Handover of Macau the Portuguese national anthem was played instead.

Closing[edit]

Canal Macau shuts down at 12:00 am. Similar to the opening, the station identification used for this process is also the Chinese national anthem.

TDM Direct Teledeporte[edit]

TDM Direct Teledeporte
Launched 19 November 1982 (as 1982 Asian Games)
28 July 1984 (as 1984 Summer Olympics)
Network TDM
Owned by TDM
Country People's Republic of China
Language Portuguese
Broadcast area Macau
Headquarters Macau
Sister channel(s) Canal Macau (main network on Canal Macau)
TDM Asian Games
TDM Olympics
Website http://portugues.tdm.com.mo/
Availability
Terrestrial
TDM TDM DT1HDTV
TDM DT2 – HDTV
Satellite
TDM TDM DT1 – HDTV
TDM DT2 – HDTV
Cable
TDM TDM DT1 – HDTV
TDM DT2 – HDTV
Satellite radio
TDM TDM DT1 – HDTV
TDM DT2 – HDTV
IPTV
TDM TDM DT1 – HDTV
TDM DT2 – HDTV
Streaming media
TDM TDM DT1 – HDTV
TDM DT2 – HDTV

Broadcasting 24 hours daily, TDM Direct Teledeporte is a network responsible for the Asian Games and the Olympic Games by Canal Macau. It officially launched on 19 November 1982 (as TDM Asian Games). TDM broadcast the ceremony of the 1982 Asian Games on 28 July 1984 (as TDM Olympics), and it also broadcast the ceremony of the 1984 Summer Olympics.

Sports Coverage[edit]

TDM Direct Teledeporte has extensive coverage of the following sports:

TDM Direct Teledeporte 1 (TDM Asian Games)[edit]

TDM Direct Teledeporte 1
TDM Asian Games
Launched 19 November 1982
Network TDM
Owned by TDM
Country People's Republic of China
Language Portuguese
Broadcast area Macau
Headquarters Macau
Sister channel(s) TDM Direct Teledeporte
TDM Olympics
Website http://portugues.tdm.com.mo/
Availability
Terrestrial
TDM HDTV
Satellite
TDM HDTV
Cable
TDM HDTV
Satellite radio
TDM HDTV
IPTV
TDM HDTV
Streaming media
TDM HDTV

TDM Asian Games (formerly TDM Direct Teledeporte 1) broadcasts twenty-four hours daily. This Asian Games network by Canal Macau launched on 19 November 1982.

Programmes[edit]

TDM Asian Games has extensive coverage of the following sports:

  • Asian Games
    • 1982 Asian Games (live on DD Sports)
    • 1986 Asian Games (live on Korean Broadcasting System)
    • 1990 Asian Games (live on CCTV-2)
    • 1994 Asian Games (live on NHK General TV)
    • 1998 Asian Games (live on National Broadcasting Services of Thailand)
    • 2002 Asian Games (live on KBS Sports 4)
    • 2006 Asian Games (live on Al Jazeera Sports)
    • 2010 Asian Games (live on Guangdong Television)
    • 2014 Asian Games (live on KBS Sports 4)
    • 2018 Asian Games (live on TVR1)

TDM Direct Teledeporte 2 (TDM Olympics)[edit]

TDM Direct Teledeporte 2
TDM Olympics
Launched 28 July 1984
Network TDM
Owned by TDM
Country People's Republic of China
Language Portuguese
Broadcast area Macau
Headquarters Macau
Sister channel(s) TDM Direct Teledeporte
TDM Olympics
Website http://portugues.tdm.com.mo/
Availability
Terrestrial
TDM HDTV
Satellite
TDM HDTV
Cable
TDM HDTV
Satellite radio
TDM HDTV
IPTV
TDM HDTV
Streaming media
TDM HDTV

TDM Olympics (formerly TDM Direct Teledeporte 2) broadcasts twenty-four hours daily. This Summer Olympic Games & Winter Olympic Games network by Canal Macau launched on 28 July 1984.

Programmes[edit]

TDM Olympics has extensive coverage of the following sports:

  • Summer Olympic Games
    • 1984 Summer Olympics (live on NBC)
    • 1988 Summer Olympics (live on KBS Sports 4)
    • 1992 Summer Olympics (live on Teledeporte)
    • 1996 Summer Olympics (live on NBC)
    • 2000 Summer Olympics (live on C7 Sport)
    • 2004 Summer Olympics (live on Nova Sports)
    • 2008 Summer Olympics (live on CCTV-2, CCTV-5, CCTV-7 and CCTV-HD broadcast from CCTV Olympics)
    • 2012 Summer Olympics (live on BBC Sports)
    • 2016 Summer Olympics (live on Rede Globo, Rede Bandeirantes and Rede Record)
    • 2020 Summer Olympics (live on NHK, NTV, TBS, Fuji TV, TV Asahi and TV Tokyo)
  • Winter Olympic Games
    • 1988 Winter Olympics (live on CTV)
    • 1992 Winter Olympics (live on TF1, France 2 and France 3)
    • 1994 Winter Olympics (live on NRK)
    • 1998 Winter Olympics (live on NHK, NTV, TBS, Fuji TV, TV Asahi and TV Tokyo)
    • 2002 Winter Olympics (live on NBC)
    • 2006 Winter Olympics (live on RAI)
    • 2010 Winter Olympics (live on CTV)
    • 2014 Winter Olympics (live on Channel 1 VGTRK and NTV Plus)
    • 2018 Winter Olympics (live on KBS Sports 4)

References[edit]


External links[edit]

Media of Macau