Zhejiang Radio and Television Group

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Zhejiang Radio and Television Group
浙江广播电视集团
free-to-air, Satellite television, radio
Industry Media and Entertainment
Founded June 2001
Headquarters Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China
Area served
China and abroad
Owner Government of Zhejiang
Website www.zrtg.com/

Zhejiang Radio and Television Group (ZRTG) (Chinese: 浙江广播电视集团; pinyin: Zhèjiāng Guǎngbò Diànshì jítuán), is China's fourth biggest television network after China Central Television (CCTV), Hunan Broadcasting System (HBS), and Jiangsu Broadcasting Corporation (JSBC). The television network is owned by the Zhejiang provincial government. The network is based in Hangzhou in Zhejiang.

History[edit]

Before the establishment of Zhejiang Radio and Television Group the in local television stations first aired in Hangzhou and northern Zhejiang the in 1960s. ZRTG was established in 8 November 2001 to compete with other major Television networks and expanded its network through nation-wide satellite television on 1994.

Television Channels[edit]

Production[edit]

ZRTG have broadcast notable programming such as The Voice of China,[1] often referred to as the Chinese version of the Dutch's reality talent show The Voice of Holland.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Coonan, Clifford (21 November 2013). "China State Broadcaster Mum About Ad Haul as Web Giants Eat Into Revenue". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 12 December 2013.