Bayon Television

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Bayon Television
(Bayon)
Bayonhead.png
Launched 1998
Picture format 576i (PAL)
576i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Country Cambodia
Headquarters Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Sister channel(s) 95.0 Bayon FM
Website www.bayontv.com.kh
Availability
Terrestrial
Analogue Channel 27 (UHF)
Satellite
Thaicom 5 12313H 30.000 2/3
Cable
PPCTV Channel 6

The Bayon Television (Khmer: ទូរទស្សន៍បាយ័ន, or, in brief, Bayon TV (Khmer: បាយ័ន), is a broadcasting service in Cambodia.

History[edit]

It was launched in 1998 by Hun Mana, oldest daughter of prime minister Hun Sen. It is the second private television station and the first UHF channel in Cambodia.

Appearances[edit]

Logo history[edit]

Years Description
1998 - An oval in Cambodian flag colours with Bayon inside and the word បាយ័ន.

Clocks[edit]

Bayon TV has clocks in news reports at the bottom of the screen. 07:00am

Test card[edit]

It is the simple EBU colour bars.

Theme song[edit]

  • Cambodian song
  • Cambodian national anthem

Closing and opening times[edit]

Bayon TV broadcasts from 06:00 to midnight.

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