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For the English language television channel formerly known as CCTV-9, see CCTV News.
CCTV-9 纪录
CCTV-9 Documentary
Launched 1 January 2011
Owned by China Central Television
Picture format 576i (16:9 SDTV)
1080i (16:9 HDTV)
Country China
Website CCTV-9 Chinese
CCTV-9 English
Hong Kong 33(English Version)(HD)
Macao 74(English Version)
MHz Networks (Washington D.C.,US) 30.6(English Version)
ChinaSat 6B[1] 3880 H, SID 507 VPID 518 APID 710 (Chinese), or 4116H, SID 407 VPID 1760 APID 1720 (English)[2]
Eutelsat W7 TP EA17, SID 1312 VPID 261 APID 263 (English)[3]
Astra 1M TP 22, SID 6912 VPID 612 APID 632 (English)[4]
Eutelsat W2A ?
Eurobird 9A

TP 61, SID 911 VPID 1011 APID 1111 (English)

Foxtel (Australia) Channel 654 (English)
TVB Network Vision (Hong Kong) Channel 82
Foxtel (Australia) Channel 654 (English)
ABNXcess (Malaysia) Channel 309
Unitymedia (Germany) Channel 266
Macau Cable Television (Macau) Channel 74
Mio TV (Singapore) Channel 211
Streaming media
CNTV Ai Bugu CCTV-9 Chinese
CCTV-9 English (restricted access outside China[6])

CCTV-9 is the documentary channel of the television network, CCTV in the People's Republic of China. This channel has a local Mandarin Chinese edition called CCTV-9, and an international English language edition called CCTV-9 Documentary[2] which is carried by more satellites. CCTV-9 Documentary has also been known to carry some Mandarin-language programmes with English subtitles; they broadcast new programming between 19:00 and 23:00 Beijing time, and repeat archival programming at other times.[citation needed]


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  6. ^ When connecting from a Virgin Media IP in Cambridgeshire, UK, the message "this video cannot be streamed in your region" is shown by the player, as of 2011-05-26

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