List of television networks by country

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This is a list of broadcast television networks by country.

Note: This list should include only television networks. Individual stations should be included instead on the lists of television channels.

Contents

 Åland Islands[edit]

 Afghanistan[edit]

 Albania[edit]

 Algeria[edit]

 American Samoa[edit]

El Djazairyia TV

 Andorra[edit]

  • ATV (Andorra Televisió)

 Angola[edit]

 Antarctica[edit]

 Antigua and Barbuda[edit]

 Argentina[edit]

 Armenia[edit]

 Aruba[edit]

 Australia[edit]

 Austria[edit]

  • ORF1 Österreichischer Rundfunk 1, public broadcaster
  • ORF2 Österreichischer Rundfunk 2, public broadcaster
  • 3 Sat — in association with ARD, ZDF and SF
  • ATV Austria TV, first and biggest private broadcaster
  • Puls 4 Second biggest private broadcaster
  • Servus TV Private broadcaster
  • Austria 9 TV Private broadcaster
  • LT1 Linz Television, local broadcaster for Upper Austria
  • Inn-Sat Local broadcaster for Tyrol
  • TW1/ORF Sport Plus Österreichischer Rundfunk Sport Plus, Sportschannel, public broadcaster
  • Go TV Music Television Station

 Azerbaijan[edit]

Regional networks

 Bahamas[edit]

 Bahrain[edit]

 Bangladesh[edit]

Name Language(s) Established Base
Bangladesh Television (BTV)1 Bengali March 1965 Rampura, Dhaka
Sangsad TV Bengali January 2011 Rampura, Dhaka
BTV World Bengali 2005 Rampura, Dhaka

1 Terrestrial networks

 Barbados[edit]

 Belarus[edit]

See: Television in Belarus

Television channels[edit]

Owner Name (Cyrillic) Launched Notes
Belarus National State Broadcasting Belarus-1 1956 First national channel
Belarus National State Broadcasting Belarus-2 2003 Second national channel
Belarus National State Broadcasting Belarus-3 2013 Third national channel
Belarus National State Broadcasting Belarus-24 2005 Satellite channel
Belarus National State Broadcasting Belarus-5 2013 Sports channel
Belarus National State Broadcasting NTV-Belarus 2006 localized version of NTV (Russia)
Ministry of Information Belarus - 51%; Belarusbank - 29%; «Factory of information technology" - 20% ONT (Агульнанацыянальнае тэлебачаньне) 2002 localized version of Channel One (Russia)
Government of Minsk STV (Сталічнае тэлебачаньне) 2001 News, local affairs of Minsk region, general entertainment
Government of Minsk Belarus RTR 2008 localized version of RTR Planeta (Russia)
MIR State Broadcasting MIR 2003
Telecom-Garant Skif 1992 regional television network
BelMuzTV Redaction BelMuzTV 2006 localized version of Muz TV (Russia)
Dobrovidenie VTV 2002 localized version of CTC Media
8 Kanal 8 Kanal (8 канал) 1996/2002 General entertainment
Telewizja Polska Belsat TV (Белсат TV) 10 December 2007 Independent channel
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 Belgium[edit]

See: List of television channels in Belgium

Name Owner Description Language Availability
2BE VMMa young and alternative channel Dutch Cable networks in Flanders and Brussels - Satellite
AB3 AB Groupe commercial station French Cable networks in Wallonia, Brussels and Flanders - Satellite
AB4 AB Groupe commercial station French Cable networks in Wallonia and Brussels - Satellite
Acht (8) Concentra general entertainment Dutch Cable networks in Flanders and Brussels
Actua TV Actua TV BVBA political news channel Dutch Cable networks in Flanders and Brussels
Antenne Centre Regional television of the La Louvière area French Cable networks in Province of Hainaut, city of La Louvière and surroundings)
Arte Belgique Cooperation between RTBF and ARTE Cultural network French Cable networks in Wallonia, Brussels and Flanders - Satellite
ATV Regional television of the Antwerp area Dutch Cable networks in Province of Antwerp, Arrondissement of Antwerp
AVS Regional television of the Ghent area Dutch Cable networks in Province of East Flanders, Arrondissements of Ghent, Eeklo and Oudenaarde
Be 1 Pay TV, formerly Canal + Belgique, with the channels Be 1, Be 1 +1, Be Cine 1, Be Cine 2, Be Sport 1, Be Sport 2 French Cable networks in Wallonia, Brussels and Flanders - (HD version of Be 1 and Be Sport 1)
Belgacom TV Belgacom pay-TV with the channels Belgacom 5, Belgacom 11, Belgacom 11+, Belgacom Zoom and Belgacom Kids (on demand programs) Dutch / French Belgacom cable network in Flanders, Brussels and Wallonia. Via Calcio Closed down after two seasons broadcasting Italian football competition. Belgacom 11+ launched in July 2012 with extended exclusive football content from UEFA Champions League, Spanish and Portuguese competitions, whilst Belgacom 11 offers free Belgian football competition. Belgacom 5 started January 2012 with exclusive Belgian basketball competition.
BRF TV Belgischer Rundfunk Regional public broadcaster for the German-speaking community of Belgium German Cable networks in the German-speaking community and surrounding Walloon municipalities
BVN VRT and Nederlandse Publieke Omroep International broadcaster Dutch Satellite
Canal C Regional television of the Namur area French Cable networks in Province of Namur, city of Namur and surroundings
Canal Z Roularta Media Group finance channel French Cable networks in Wallonia and Brussels
Canal Zoom Regional television of the Gembloux area French Cable networks in Province of Namur, city of Gembloux and surroundings
Canvas VRT cultural and sports channel Dutch Cable networks in Flanders, Brussels and Wallonia - Satellite - DVB-T in Flanders and Brussels - (HD version on cable and satellite)
Club RTL RTL Group commercial station French Cable networks in Wallonia, Brussels and Flanders - Satellite - (HD version on cable)
één VRT Main channel of the Flemish public broadcaster Dutch Cable networks in Flanders, Brussels and Wallonia - Satellite - DVB-T in Flanders and Brussels - (HD version on cable and satellite)
Euronews news station French, English, German, Italian, Spanish Cable and DVB-T in Wallonia and Brussels (Only French audio on DVB-T)
Culture7 Arendsoog Culture programming Dutch Cable networks in Flanders, Brussels and Wallonia - (HD version on cable)
Sport10 Arendsoog Sport channel Dutch Cable networks in Flanders, Brussels and Wallonia - (HD version on cable)
Focus TV Roularta Media Group Regional television of the Bruges area and the Belgian coast Dutch Cable networks in Province of West Flanders, Arrondissements of Bruges, Ostend, Diksmuide and Veurne
JIM VMMa music station Dutch Cable networks in Flanders and Brussels - Satellite
Kanaal Z Roularta Media Group finance channel Dutch Cable networks in Flanders and Brussels
La Une RTBF public broadcaster French Cable networks in Wallonia, Brussels and Flanders - Satellite - DVB-T in Wallonia and Brussels - (HD version on cable)
La Deux RTBF French Cable networks in Wallonia, Brussels and Flanders - Satellite - DVB-T in Wallonia and Brussels - (HD version on cable)
La Trois RTBF French Cable networks and DVB-T in Wallonia and Brussels - (HD version on cable)
Life! TV Life!TV Broadcasting Company NV Showbizz channel Dutch Cable networks in Flanders and Brussels
MCM MCM Group music station French Closed down
MaTélé Regional television of the Jemelles area French Cable networks in Province of Namur, Arrondissement of Dinant
Nickelodeon/MTV VIMN children's channel / music station Dutch and French Cable networks in Flanders and Brussels - Satellite
NoTélé Regional television of the Tournai area French Cable networks in Province of Hainaut, city of Tournai and surroundings
op12 VRT daytime children's network (as Ketnet), after 8 pm: additional VRT-channel Dutch Cable networks in Flanders, Brussels and Wallonia - Satellite - DVB-T in Flanders and Brussels
Plug TV RTL Group commercial station French Cable networks in Wallonia, Brussels and Flanders - Satellite - (HD version on cable)
Prime & Sporting Telenet Telenet pay-TV with the channels Prime Star, Prime Action, Prime Fezztival, Prime Family, Prime Series, Sporting 1-8, Sporting Golf Dutch Telenet cable network in Flanders and Brussels (Prime Star, Sporting 1 & Sporting 2 in HD)
Ring TV Regional television of the western part of Flemish Brabant Dutch Cable networks in Province of Flemish Brabant, Arrondissement of Halle-Vilvoorde
ROB TV Corelio Regional television of the Leuven area Dutch Cable networks in Flemish Brabant, Arrondissement of Leuven
RTC Liège Regional television of the Liège area French Cable networks in Province of Liège, city of Liege and surroundings - (HD version on cable)
RTL TVI RTL Group main channel of commercial TV in Wallonia and Brussels French Cable networks in Wallonia, Brussels and Flanders - Satellite - DVB-T in parts of Wallonia - (HD version on cable)
RTV Regional television of the Mechelen area and the Campine Dutch Cable networks in Province of Antwerp, Arrondissements of Mechelen and Turnhout
Stories Vlamex BVBA Showbizz channel Dutch Cable networks in Flanders and Brussels - Satellite
Studio 100 TV Studio 100 & Telenet music station for children Dutch Cable networks in Flanders and Brussels
Télé Bruxelles Regional television of Brussels French Cable networks in Brussels Capital Region, DVB-T in Brussels
Télé MB Regional television of the Mons area French Cable networks in Province of Hainaut, city of Mons and surroundings
Télé Sambre Regional television of the Charleroi area French Cable networks in Province of Hainaut, city of Charleroi and surroundings
Télé Vesdre Regional television of the Verviers area French Cable networks in Province of Liège, city of Verviers and surroundings
TV5MONDE see main page International broadcaster French Satellite
TV Brussel Regional television of Brussels Dutch Cable networks in the Brussels Capital Region
TV Limburg Concentra Regional television of the province of Limburg Dutch Cable networks in Province of Limburg
TMF VIMN music station Dutch Cable networks in Flanders and Brussels - Satellite
TV-Oost Regional television of East-Flanders Dutch Cable networks in Province of East-Flanders, Arrondissement of Aalst, Dendermonde and Sint-Niklaas
TVCom Regional television of Walloon Brabant French Cable networks in Province of Walloon Brabant
TV Lux TV Lux ASBL Regional television of Belgian Luxembourg French Cable networks in Province of Luxembourg
VIER De Vijver Mediaholding mainstream and young channel Dutch Cable networks in Flanders and Brussels - Satellite - (HD version on cable)
vtm VMMa main channel of commercial TV in Flanders and Brussels Dutch Cable networks in Flanders and Brussels - Satellite - (HD version)
VIJF De Vijver Mediaholding channel aimed at women Dutch Cable networks in Flanders and Brussels - Satellite - (HD version on cable)
Vitaya VMMa Lifestyle channel Dutch Cable networks in Flanders and Brussels - Satellite
VOO Foot VOO Soccer channel French Cable networks in Wallonia and Brussels
WTV Roularta Media Group Regional television of the southern part of West-Flanders Dutch Cable networks in Province of West-Flanders, Arrondissements of Kortrijk, Roeselare, Tielt and Ypres

 Belize[edit]

 Benin[edit]

 Bermuda[edit]

 Bhutan[edit]

  • BBS-TV (Bhutan Broadcasting Service)

 Bolivia[edit]

Bolivian Public-Access TV Channels

List of Channels by City La Paz Cochabamba Santa Cruz

Several Cable Channels available in Spanish and English.

  • CNN
  • FOX
  • ESPN

 Bonaire[edit]

  • FBN (TV11 Flamingo Broadcasting Network N.V)

 Bosnia and Herzegovina[edit]

 Botswana[edit]

 Brazil[edit]

See: Television in Brazil

Ranking Network Founder Currently Bills
#1 Rede Globo Roberto Marinho Roberto Irineu Marinho Membership Chairman
#2 Rede Record Paulo Machado de Carvalho Edir Macedo Edir Macedo 90% and Ester Bezerra 10%
#3 SBT Silvio Santos Silvio Santos
#4 BAND João Jorge Saad Johnny Saad 1999-present
#5 RedeTV! Amilcare Dallevo and Marcelo de Carvalho Amilcare Dallevo and Marcelo de Carvalho 50% each
#6 TV Cultura Assis Chateaubriand Marcos Mendonça Belongs to Fundação Padre Anchieta. Owner Government of the State of São Paulo
#7 Rede Gazeta Emílio Garrastazu Médici Fundação Cásper Líbero
#8 MTV Brasil Viacom International Media Networks Viacom International Media Networks For 20 years, was commanded by Grupo Abril
#9 Record News Edir Macedo Luiz Claudio Costa

 British Indian Ocean Territory[edit]

 British Virgin Islands[edit]

 Brunei[edit]

 Bulgaria[edit]

See: List of television stations in Bulgaria

 Burkina Faso[edit]

 Burundi[edit]

  • RTNB (Radiodiffusion et Télévision Nationale du Burundi)

 Cambodia[edit]

 Cameroon[edit]

 Canada[edit]

See: List of Canadian television channels

 Cape Verde[edit]

  • RTC (Rádio e Televisão de Cabo Verde)

 Cayman Islands[edit]

 Central African Republic[edit]

 Chad[edit]

 Chile[edit]

See: List of Chilean television channels

 China[edit]

See: List of Chinese-language television channels

 Colombia[edit]

 Comoros[edit]

  • ORTC (Office de Radio Télévision des Comores)
  • Parabole Comores
  • GRTV (Office de Radio Télévision des mbeni Comores)

 Democratic Republic of the Congo[edit]

 Republic of the Congo[edit]

 Cook Islands[edit]

  • CITV (Cook Islands Television)

 Costa Rica[edit]

 Ivory Coast[edit]

 Croatia[edit]

See: Television in Croatia

 Cuba[edit]

 Curaçao[edit]

 Cyprus[edit]

 Czech Republic[edit]

Other see there: List of TV networks in the Czech Republic

 Denmark[edit]

 Djibouti[edit]

 Dominica[edit]

 Dominican Republic[edit]

 Ecuador[edit]

 Egypt[edit]

 El Salvador[edit]

 Equatorial Guinea[edit]

 Eritrea[edit]

 Estonia[edit]

See: Television in Estonia

 Ethiopia[edit]

 Falkland Islands[edit]

 Faroe Islands[edit]

 Fiji[edit]

 Finland[edit]

 France[edit]

See: List of television stations in France

 French Guiana[edit]

 French Polynesia[edit]

 French Southern and Antarctic Lands[edit]

 Gabon[edit]

 Gambia[edit]

  • GRTS (Gambia Radio & Television Service)

 Georgia[edit]

 Germany[edit]

See: List of television stations in Germany

 Ghana[edit]

 Gibraltar[edit]

 Greece[edit]

See: Television in Greece

 Greenland[edit]

 Grenada[edit]

 Guadeloupe[edit]

 Guam[edit]

 Guatemala[edit]

VHF

UHF

Satellite

Guatemala don't have a digital terrestrial standard yet, but it seems that ISDB-T it will be the norm. Albavision used to broadcast for 4 years in the ATSC norm on channel 19 HDTV, but is back to analog on that same frequency.

 Guinea[edit]

  • RTG (Radio Télévision Guinéenne)

 Guinea-Bissau[edit]

  • EM TV (EM TV Guinea-Bissau)

 Guyana[edit]

  • Guyana TV
  • Btv 2
  • Cns 6
  • Wrhm 7
  • Hbtv 9
  • Ncn 11
  • Rbs13
  • Mtv14
  • Hgptv 16
  • Ntn 18
  • Hjtv 21
  • Tvg 25
  • GUYANA LEARNING CHANNEL 29
  • Wrhm 38
  • Mbc 42
  • Skartv 46

 Haiti[edit]

 Honduras[edit]

 Hong Kong[edit]

See: List of television stations in Hong Kong

 Hungary[edit]

See: List of television stations in Hungary

 Iceland[edit]

See: List of Icelandic television channels

 India[edit]

 Indonesia[edit]

See: List of TV Stations in Indonesia

National free-to-air television channel:

Others:

 Iran[edit]

See: List of Persian-language television channels

 Iraq[edit]

 Ireland[edit]

All channels from the  United Kingdom are available in Ireland.

note: BBC NI and UTV are based in Northern Ireland, RTÉ and TV3 in the Republic of Ireland. However all four are available to most viewers throughout the island of Ireland, with UTV now accepting advertising from the Republic and targeting some of its programmes specifically at viewers in the Republic. Access to the Republic's stations (but in particular TG4) in Northern Ireland was a requirement of the Good Friday Agreement peace deal in 1998, but this has yet to be fully implemented (mainly due to frequency spectrum issues).

 Israel[edit]

See: List of Israeli television channels

 Italy[edit]

See: List of television channels in Italy

 Jamaica[edit]

See: List of Caribbean television channels

 Japan[edit]

See also: Television in Japan and List of SKY PerfecTV! channels

 Jordan[edit]

 Kazakhstan[edit]

Main article: Media of Kazakhstan

 Kenya[edit]

 Kiribati[edit]

 North Korea[edit]

 South Korea[edit]

See: List of Korean broadcasting networks

 Kosovo[edit]

 Kurdistan[edit]

  • AsoSat
  • Badinan Sat
  • Çira TV
  • Gali Kurdistan
  • Hawler TV
  • Jamawar Kurdistan
  • Kanal 4
  • KNN TV
  • Kirkuk TV
  • Komala TV
  • Komar TV
  • Korek TV
  • Kurd 1
  • Kurd Channel
  • Kurdistan TV
  • KurdMax
  • KurdMax Pepule
  • Kurdistan Parliament Channel
  • Kurdsat
  • Med Muzik
  • Med Nûçe
  • Newroz TV
  • NRT TV
  • NRT 2
  • Pelistank TV
  • Payam TV
  • Roj TV
  • Rojhelat TV
  • Ronahi TV
  • Rudaw TV
  • Speda TV
  • Sterk TV
  • Tishk TV
  • Vin TV
  • Waar TV
  • Zagros TV
  • Zaro TV

 Kuwait[edit]

Al-Watan TV

 Kyrgyzstan[edit]

 Laos[edit]

  • LNTV (Lao National TV)

 Latvia[edit]

See: List of Latvian television channels

 Lebanon[edit]

Plus, a wide variety of pay television channels from Orbit Showtime, ADD, Cablevision, Econet, Digitek...

 Lesotho[edit]

  • LTV (Lesotho Television)

 Liberia[edit]

  • LBS (Liberian Broadcasting System)

 Libya[edit]

 Liechtenstein[edit]

See: List of German-language television channels

 Lithuania[edit]

See: List of Lithuanian television channels

 Luxembourg[edit]

 Macedonia[edit]

  • Alsat M(Albanian-language TV channel)
  • Balkanika Music TV
  • BOM (Best of Macedonia)
  • BTR Sat (roma-language TV channel broadcasting in Skopje)
  • Channel 5 www.kanal5.com.mk (third most watched channel who got the national concession just in 2005)
  • K-15 TV
  • MKTV Sat
  • MTV - Parliament Channel
  • MTV 1 and MTV2 www.mrtv.com.mk (the national channels, until 2003/2004 MTV2 used to be just about the same like MTV1 and the Parliament Channel used to be titled MTV3 and was intended for the minorities living in Macedonia. Back in 2003/2004 MTV3 transformed into MTV2 and MTV2 was retitled as Parliament Channel, having broadcast only the National Parliament discussions).
  • MTV Adria
  • Orbis TV (local TV station from Bitola)
  • SITEL www.sitel.com.mk (second most watched channel)
  • Telma www.telma.com.mk (Telma is fourth privately owned national channel in R. of Macedonia)
  • TV Koha Macedonia (Albanian-language TV channel)
  • TV Sutel (roma-language TV channel broadcasting in Skopje)
  • TV Intel Strumica

 Macau[edit]

In 1-flagship free-to-air terrestrial television stations and 2-flagship analog free-to-air terrestrial television channels in Hong Kong such
  1. Teledifusão de Macau (TDM; 澳門廣播電視股份有限公司 (澳門廣播電視, 澳門廣視)) is a Macau flagship free-to-air terrestrial television stations and 2-flagship analog free-to-air terrestrial television channels in Macau such:
    1. TDM-1 (澳視1台華文頻道) in Cantonese flagship free-to-air terrestrial television channel on UHF in normally tuned to 30 by the analog & 91 by the digital.
    2. TDM-2 (澳視2台葡文頻道) in Portuguese flagship free-to-air terrestrial television channel on UHF in normally tuned to 32 by the analog & 92 by the digital.
Channel № (Analog) Channel № (Digital) Channel Name (English) Channel Name (Chinese) Channel content Language Transmission Format Status Launch Date Licence
30 (UHF) 91 TDM-1 澳視1台華文頻道 Cantonese Free-to-air Cantonese Analog & Digital SDTV Terrestrial (1990-09-17) 17 September 1990 (age 23) TDM
32 (UHF) 92 TDM-2 澳視2台葡文頻道 Portuguese Free-to-air Portuguese

Premium channels[edit]

 Madagascar[edit]

  • MaTV (Maeva 7 TV)
  • MBS (Malagasy Broadcasting System)
  • RTA (Radio Television Analamanga)
  • TV Malagasy (Radio Télévision Malagasy)
  • TVF (Televiziona Fialamboly)
  • OTV
  • Viva (Viva television)
  • Record(Radio television record )

 Malawi[edit]

 Malaysia[edit]

See: List of Malaysian television stations

 Maldives[edit]

 Mali[edit]

 Malta[edit]

 Marquesas Islands[edit]

 Marshall Islands[edit]

  • MBC-TV (Marshall Broadcasting Company)

 Martinique[edit]

 Mauritania[edit]

 Mauritius[edit]

 Mayotte[edit]

 Mexico[edit]

Pay TV[edit]

Broadcast[edit]

National[edit]

Regional[edit]

 Federated States of Micronesia[edit]

 Midway Islands[edit]

 Moldova[edit]

See: Television in Moldova

 Monaco[edit]

 Mongolia[edit]

 Montenegro[edit]

See: List of television stations in Montenegro

 Montserrat[edit]

 Morocco[edit]

 Mozambique[edit]

 Burma[edit]

 Namibia[edit]

 Nauru[edit]

  • NTV (Nauru Television)

   Nepal[edit]

 Netherlands[edit]

Further information: Television in the Netherlands

In the Netherlands, the television market is divided between a number of commercial networks and a system of public broadcasters sharing three channels.

From Netherlands Public Broadcasting:

From ProSiebenSat.1 Media:

From RTL Nederland:

 Netherlands Antilles[edit]

 New Caledonia[edit]

 New Zealand[edit]

National Channels

Local Channels

 Nicaragua[edit]

National channels[edit]

Local channels[edit]

 Niger[edit]

 Nigeria[edit]

 Niue[edit]

  • NBN (Niue Broadcasting Network)

 Northern Mariana Islands[edit]

  • WSZE 10 (Saipan, Northern Marianas Islands)

 Norway[edit]

 Oman[edit]

 Pakistan[edit]

See: List of Pakistani television stations

 Palau[edit]

 Palestine[edit]

 Panama[edit]

 Papua New Guinea[edit]

 Paraguay[edit]

 Peru[edit]

 Philippines[edit]

See: List of Philippine television networks and Template:Philippine cable channels

 Pitcairn Islands[edit]

 Poland[edit]

See: List of Polish-language television channels

 Portugal[edit]

See: List of television stations in Portugal

 Puerto Rico[edit]

 Qatar[edit]

 Réunion[edit]

 Romania[edit]

See: List of Romanian-language television channels

 Russia[edit]

See: List of Russian-language television channels

 Rwanda[edit]

 Saba[edit]

 Saint Barthélemy[edit]

 Saint Kitts and Nevis[edit]

 Saint Lucia[edit]

 Sint Maarten[edit]

  • LBC (Leeward Broadcasting Corporation)

 Saint Pierre and Miquelon[edit]

 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines[edit]

 Samoa[edit]

 San Marino[edit]

 São Tomé and Príncipe[edit]

 Saudi Arabia[edit]

Middle East Information

 Senegal[edit]

 Serbia[edit]

See: List of television stations in Serbia

 Seychelles[edit]

  • SBC (Seychelles Broadcasting Corporation)
  • INTV One (Available on IntelVision Cable TV Service)
  • Intelvision Cable TV
  • TV5 Monde (Available on Analog Terrestrial and Intelvision Cable TV)

 Sierra Leone[edit]

  • SLBS (Sierra Leone Broadcasting Service)

 Singapore[edit]

See: List of Singaporean television channels

 Sint Eustatius[edit]

 Slovakia[edit]

 Slovenia[edit]

See: List of television stations in Slovenia

 Solomon Islands[edit]

 Somalia[edit]

 South Africa[edit]

 South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands[edit]

See: Telecommunications in South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands

 Spain[edit]

See: List of television stations in Spain

 Sri Lanka[edit]

See: List of television networks in Sri Lanka

 Sudan[edit]

 South Sudan[edit]

 Suriname[edit]

 Swaziland[edit]

 Sweden[edit]

  Switzerland[edit]

 Syria[edit]

 Taiwan[edit]

See: List of channels in Taiwan

 Tajikistan[edit]

  • TVT (Televidenye Tajikistana)
  • TVS (TV Safina)
  • TVB (TV Bakoristan)

 Tanzania[edit]

 Thailand[edit]

See: List of Channels in Thailand

 Tibet[edit]

 Timor-Leste[edit]

 Togo[edit]

  • TVT (Télévision Togolaise)

 Tokelau[edit]

  • TBS (Tokelau Broadcasting System)
  • LCF

 Tonga[edit]

 Trinidad and Tobago[edit]

 Tristan da Cunha[edit]

 Tunisia[edit]

 Turkey[edit]

See: List of television stations in Turkey

 Turkmenistan[edit]

 Turks and Caicos Islands[edit]

 Tuvalu[edit]

  • TBC (Tuvaluan Broadcasting Company)

 Uganda[edit]

 Ukraine[edit]

See: List of Ukrainian-language television channels

 United Arab Emirates[edit]

 United Kingdom[edit]

See: List of television stations in the United Kingdom

 United States[edit]

Over-the-air[edit]

See List of United States over-the-air television networks

Cable & Satellite[edit]

See List of United States cable and satellite television networks

 United States Virgin Islands[edit]

See: List of television stations in the U.S. Virgin Islands

 Uruguay[edit]

 Uzbekistan[edit]

 Vanuatu[edit]

  Vatican City[edit]

 Venezuela[edit]

See List of Venezuelan television channels

 Vietnam[edit]

 Wake Island[edit]

See: Telecommunications in Wake Island

 Wallis and Futuna[edit]

 Western Sahara[edit]

 Yemen[edit]

 Zambia[edit]

  • ZNBC (Zambia National Broadcasting Corporation)

Muvi tv

 Zanzibar[edit]

  • TVZ (Television Zanzibar)

 Zimbabwe[edit]

See: List of television stations in Africa

References[edit]

External links[edit]