Thai Global Network

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Thai Global Network (TGN) is a Thai satellite television channel. Тhai TV Global Network is the first and only satellite TV broadcasting center in Thailand. TGN, under the operation of the Royal Thai Army Radio and Television Channel 5, provides 24-hour-programs broadcasting to 170 countries on five continents. All facets of Thai life, culture, activities, information, news and entertainment are included in the programming for the channel.

TGN reaches an аudience of 350 million viewers around the world.

Programming on the channel includes game shows, reports about the royal house of the Chakri dynasty, news, Thai music videos, soap operas, cooking shows (some in English), and Thai boxing known as Muay Thai.

Reception[edit]

Thailand
  • Satellite reception via Thaicom 5
    • C-band and Ku-band
  • Cable operators in Thailand

UBC channel 179 ** 500 ** cable operators as a member of the Thailand Cable TV Association' Independent cable networks **

Worldwide
  • Satellite (DVB-S)
    • Hotbird 13 degrees East 10 815 H (Europe)
  • Various cable operators in some countries (DVB-C)
  • Streaming Media

History[edit]

The pay TV Stadion Thai Wave started via satellite in 1996. At the beginning, the station featured Thai video clips from Thailand, as well as news and soap operas. The station broadcast daily from 8 pm to 4 am.[1] The program was promoted in Europe by THAI WAVE International Broadcasting Co. Ltd., Hauptstr. 100, 76461 Muggensturm, Germany. The use of Thai Wave analogue Decoding from this period was same as Premiere and Canal +, special was the "white key" that had to be used in decoders to decode the program.[2] After about a year ago, Thai Wave ended operation due to the low demand. The seat of the station was as in Phaya Thai, a Khet (district) of Bangkok and it was used the studio and program content from Royal Thai Army Radio and Television Channel 5. Later Thai TV Global Network started operation by digital satellite broadcasting.

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