Televisão Pública de Angola

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Televisão Pública de Angola
Type Broadcast
Country  Angola
Availability National
Founded 27 June 1973
Owner Government of Angola
Official website
www.tpa.ao

Televisão Pública de Angola E.P. or TPA is the national broadcaster of the Southern African state of Angola. It operates two national TV-channels TPA 1 and TPA 2 as well as the international channel TPA Internacional. TPA is headquartered in the capital city Luanda and broadcasts in Portuguese language. The international channel broadcasts selected shows from the two main channels.

TPA is currently the only broadcaster in Angola besides the private channel TV Zimbo and the religious channel "Bom Deus".

TPA 1
Owned by Government of Angola
Picture format 4:3
Country  Angola
Language Portuguese
Broadcast area Angola
South Africa
Europe
Africa
Website [1]
Availability
Satellite
DStv (Sub-Sahara Africa) Channel 570
TPA 2
Owned by Government of Angola
Picture format 4:3
Country  Angola
Language Portuguese
Broadcast area Angola
Sub-Sahara Africa
Website [2]
Availability
Satellite
TPA Internacional
Owned by Government of Angola
Picture format 4:3
Country  Angola
Language Portuguese
Broadcast area Europe
Middle East
North Africa
North America
South America
Website [3]
Availability
Satellite
Eutelsat W3A (Europe, Middle East, North Africa) 11345 H 27500-2/3
Telstar 12 (North & South America) 11963 H 14714-3/4

History[edit]

Televisão Pública de Angola was founded on June 27, 1973 as Radiotelevisão Portuguesa de Angola from Portuguese government authorities.[1] The first television signal launched on October 18, 1975 in Luanda. In 2000 TPA 2 started broadcasting and in 2008 the international channel launched.

Programming[edit]

Information[edit]

  • Telejornal
  • Tchilar

Talk Shows[edit]

  • Janela Aberta
  • Hora Quente

Sports[edit]

  • Jogos (live)

See also[edit]

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