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Television in Moldova was introduced in 1956.
The following is a list of television channels broadcast in Moldova.
- 2 Plus - (rebroadcast of the public Romanian channel TVR 1 on the 2nd national network with local advertising and some local shows)
- Prime (rebroadcast of Russian national channel Channel One (ORT) on the 3rd national network, with Romanian subtitles and local Romanian language programmes) prime.md
- Sony Entertainment Television, a private, newly-opened television channel which rebroadcasts the Russian version of Sony Entertainment Television with Romanian-language subtitles
- Noroc TV, a channel devoted exclusively to Romanian and Moldavian music. It broadcasts in DVB-T on the first Multi-Plex in Chişinău.
- N4 TV, a Moldavian channel that broadcasts foreign movies
- 1 Music Channel Moldova, a music channel that is rebroadcasting the Romanian 1TV Music.
- Alt TV, a cable company-owned television. It broadcasts on most of cable TV networks and in DVB-T locally in Chişinău, Ungheni and Bălţi
- Accent TV, a cable operator-owned television AccentTV.md
- Publika TV, Publika tv.md (Broadcasts in Romanian and Russian language)
- Jurnal TV, Jurnal tv.md (Broadcasts in Romanian language)
- EU TV eutv.md
- Pro TV Chişinău one of the first commercial TV in Moldova, with the most popular news shows and talk-shows, partly rebroadcast of Romanian channel Pro TV protv.md
- TV7 TV7 channel produces its own news and analytical programs: Today in Moldova (Russian), Cotidian (in Romanian), Cotidian Exclusive (in Romanian), Vedete cu şorţ (in Romanian) and weather (in Romanian and Russian).</ref> tv7.md
- STS TV Dixi (rebroadcast of Russian channel STS with a few Moldavian shows) ctc-tv.ru
- TNT Bravo (rebroadcast of Russian channel TNT with Romanian subtitles) tnt-tv.ru
- Muz-TV Moldova (rebroadcast of Russian channel Muz-TV with local insertions in Romanian language) muztv.md
- Euronova TV
- Albasat TV
- NIT. Opposition channel whose broadcasting licence was revoked by goverment in April 2012. Presently, this lawsuit is appealing in the European Court of Human Rights.
See also