ČT24

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ČT24
Ct24 new logo.png
Launched 2 May 2005; 11 years ago (2005-05-02)
Owned by Česká televize
Picture format 1080i (HDTV)
Slogan Váš informační náskok
Your information head start
Country Czech Republic
Language Czech
Broadcast area Czech Republic
Slovakia
Headquarters Kavčí hory,
Prague, Czech Republic
Website www.ct24.cz
Streaming media
CT24.cz/zive-vysilani Watch live
(Worldwide access is available)

ČT24 (Czech pronunciation: ˌtʃeteˈdvatsɛtxtɪrɪ) is the first and only 24-hour news channel in Czech, owned and operated by Česká televize. This channel was launched on 2 May 2005.

It is the most watched news television in Europe.[1]

ČT24 broadcasts from Prague, Czech Republic where their headquarters is, but ČT24 also has branches and broadcasts from Brno and Ostrava.[2]

Broadcast[edit]

ČT24 broadcasts live over the internet, as well as over the satellites Astra 3B and Intelsat 10-02. It is also carried on Czech cable-TV providers and digital terrestrial services.

ČT24 logo from 2008 to 2012[citation needed]

Format[edit]

ČT24 airs a short news bulletin every hour, on the hour. This channel also airs many other shows including 90' ČT24, Interview ČT24, Studio 6, Studio ČT24, Sportovní Zprávy, Branky, body, vteřiny and Událasti.

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