Guangdong Radio and Television

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Guangdong Radio and Television
广东广播电视台
Free-to-air, satellite television, radio
Industry Media and entertainment
Founded 23 April 2014; 3 years ago (2014-04-23)
Headquarters Guangzhou, Guangdong, China
Area served
China and abroad
Owner Government of Guangdong
Website GRT official website
Guangdong Radio and Television
Simplified Chinese 广东广播电视台

Guangdong Radio and Television, commonly known as GRT, is a major Chinese radio and television network. The network is owned by the Guangdong provincial government. The network is based in Guangzhou in Guangdong. GRT was formed after the merge of Guangdong Television, Radio Guangdong, Southern Media Corporation, and Television Southern. GRT is the largest Cantonese radio network and the second largest Cantonese television network in the world behind Hong Kong's TVB.

History[edit]

GRT was formed on 23 April 2014 after the merge of Guangdong Television, Radio Guangdong, Southern Media Corporation, and Television Southern.[1]

Television[edit]

Channel Channel content Transmission Format Launch date Website
Free-to-air channels
Guangdong Television Main Standard Chinese channel
Free-to-air in Guangdong only
Satellite (outside of Guangdong), analog and digital HDTV and SDTV 1 April 1996 Website
GDTV Zhujiang (local and overseas feed) Main Cantonese channel Analog and digital SDTV September 1983 Website
GDTV Sports (Guangdong and Chongqing feed) Sport focused channel in Cantonese and Standard Chinese Analog and digital SDTV 28 August 1994 Website
GDTV Public Law, life and public affair focused channel in Cantonese Analog and digital SDTV 1 July 2002 Website
GDTV News News focused channel in Cantonese and Standard Chinese Analog and digital SDTV 8 December 2005 Website
GDTV World Main international channel in English, Cantonese and Standard Chinese IPTV, analog and digital SDTV 18 January 2011 Website
Jiajia Cartoon Animation focused channel in Standard Chinese
Free-to-air in Guangdong only
Satellite (outside of Guangdong), analog and digital SDTV 16 September 2006 Website
GDMDTV Main mobile channel in Standard Chinese Mobile SDTV 1 November 2004 Website
TVS-1 (economics and science education) Economics and society news focus channel in Standard Chinese Analog and digital SDTV 1 July 2001 Website
TVS-2/TVS-★ (general/satellite) Main Cantonese satellite channel in Cantonese
Free-to-air in Guangdong only
Satellite (outside of Guangdong), analog and digital SDTV 1 July 2001 Website
TVS-3 (variety show) Variety show focus channel in Cantonese Analog and digital SDTV 1 July 2001 Website
TVS-4 (television series) Drama series and film focus channel in Cantonese Analog and digital SDTV 1 July 2001 Website
TVS-5 (children) Children focus channel in Standard Chinese Analog and digital SDTV 1 July 2001 Website
Premium channels
GDTV Auto Exposition Automobile and exposition focus channel in Standard Chinese Internet (free online) and cable SDTV 2009 Website
GDTV European Football Association football (seasonal) and sports focus channel in Standard Chinese Internet (free online) and cable SDTV October 2005 Website
GDTV Golf Golf focus channel in Standard Chinese Internet (free online) and cable SDTV 1 January 2006 Website
GDTV English Tutoring English educational focus channel in English and Standard Chinese Cable SDTV 2005
GDTV Lingnan Opera Cantonese opera focus channel in Cantonese Cable SDTV 28 November 2007 Website
GDTV Real Estate Real estate focus channel in Standard Chinese Internet (free online) and cable SDTV Website
GDTV Fun Variety show focus channel in Standard Chinese Cable SDTV
GDTV Modern Education Educational focus channel in Standard Chinese Cable SDTV 28 February 2012 Website
RGD Pearl River Movie Movie and film focus channel in Standard Chinese Cable HDTV 30 December 2008 Website
RGD Fashion Shopping Shopping focus channel in Standard Chinese Cable SDTV
RGD Cruise Travel Travel focus channel in Standard Chinese Cable SDTV

Radio[edit]

Channel Name Modulation Frequency Main Languages
Radio Guangdong News AM
FM
648 kHz
91.4, 91.8 MHz
Standard Chinese
Southern Life Radio FM 93.6 MHz Standard Chinese and Cantonese
Radio Guangdong Stock Market AM
FM
927 kHz
95.3 MHz
Standard Chinese and Cantonese
Pearl Radio AM
FM
1062 kHz
97.4, 103.0 MHz
Standard Chinese and Cantonese
Music FM Radio Guangdong FM 93.9, 99.3 MHz Standard Chinese and Cantonese
Radio Guangdong Voice of the City FM 103.6 MHz Standard Chinese and Cantonese
Guangzhou Traffic News FM 105.2 MHz Standard Chinese and Cantonese
Radio Guangdong Voice of Guangdong FM 105.7 MHz Standard Chinese and Cantonese
Radio Guangdong Wenti Guangbo FM 107.6 MHz Standard Chinese and Cantonese

References[edit]

  1. ^ "广东广播电视台昨日挂牌成立". Guangzhou Daily. Retrieved 30 June 2014.