Hainan Television

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Hainan Province, China
Founded August 1982
First air date October 1, 1984
Website http://haitv.hainan.net/

Hainan Television (HNWTV) (海南电视台) is a television station in Hainan, China.[1][2][3][4][5][6]

It was established in August 1982, and began broadcasting on October 1, 1984.

The station has five studios, two of which are 1,000 sq. m and 400 sq. m.

The station is currently in the process of digitizing its broadcast equipment, and plans to adopt nonlinear editing and digital compression technology for program transmission.[7]



This comprehensive channel is accessible to 7.5 million viewers and reaches 85% of the province. It is also available to some parts of the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region and Guangdong Province.[7]

HNTV-1's major programs include:

  • Hainan News Broadcast (Hainan Xinwen Lianbo)
  • Xinwen Weekly (Xinwen Zhoukan)
  • Economy World (Jingji Tiandi)
  • Hainan Island (Zhonguo You Ge Hainandao)
  • TV Court (Dianshi Fating)
  • Sun Flower (Taiyang Hua)


This wired channel broadcasts programs that include:

  • Hainan News Broadcast (Hainan Xinwen Lianbo)
  • Tourism Information (Lvyou Shikong)


This wired channel broadcasts general news and business information such as finance, stocks and real estate.[7]


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  6. ^ "Company Details of HAINAN TV - CASBAA Asia Pacific TV Directory". Casbaadirectory.com. Retrieved 2011-06-15. 
  7. ^ a b c "Hainan Television". Chinaculture.org. 1984-10-01. Retrieved 2011-06-15. 

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