Hunan Television

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Hunan Television
HunanTV logo.png
Launched 1 January 1997
Network Hunan Broadcasting System (HBS)
Owned by Hunan Publishing Investment Holding Group
Picture format 576i (16:9 and 4:3) (SDTV),
1080i (HDTV)
Country People's Republic of China
Language Chinese
Broadcast area China, including Macau, Hong Kong, Taiwan and overseas as (Hunan STV World) in North America, Japan, Australia, Europe, Singapore, Malaysia
Headquarters Changsha
Website http://www.hunantv.com/
Availability
Satellite
Astro (Malaysia) Channel 337 (Coming Soon)
Cignal Digital TV (Philippines) Channel TBA
Cable
SkyCable (Philippines) Channel 225 (Digital)
Destiny Cable (Philippines) Channel 67 (Analog)
Channel 225 (Digital)
Cablelink (Philippines) Channel 252

Hunan Television or Hunan TV (Chinese: 湖南卫视; pinyin: Húnán Wèishì) is a provincial satellite TV station. It launched in January 1997 and is currently China's second-most-watched channel, second only to CCTV-1, owned by China Central Television, although Hunan STV occasionally overtook CCTV-1 in ratings.[1] Hunan TV's signal covers most of China, including Macau, Hong Kong, Taiwan and overseas as (Hunan STV World) in North America, Japan, Australia, Europe and other countries and regions landing. From 28 September 2009 onward, the channel uses standard high-definition broadcast.

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The original idea of the logo of Hunan TV is about a white fish and a golden grain, symblizing that Hunan is a land of abundance and a land flowing with milk and honey. The light yellow and golden color symblize the sprits of Hunan people, including optimistic, brave and creativity. In recent years, audiences gave Hunan TV a nickname as Mango TV, because the shape of its logo looks like a golden mango.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "湖南卫视年终晒业绩 09全年收视全国第二" China News Service (CNS). 28 January 2020. Retrieved 2012-10-23

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