Mongolian National Broadcaster

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The Mongolian National Broadcaster (MNB; Mongolian: Монголын Үндэсний Олон Нийтийн Радио Телевиз; Mongolian for Mongolian National Public Radio Television; shortened as МҮОНРТ) is the official, state-funded broadcaster in Mongolia.

History[edit]

Services[edit]

Television[edit]

MNB's television services (Mongolian: Монголын Үндэсний Олон Нийтийн Телевиз) consist of two channels.

Radio[edit]

MNB's radio services (Mongolian: Монголын Үндэсний Олон Нийтийн Радио) consist of three dosmetic networks and one international service.

Relations[edit]

Since its foundation the MNB had been working to develop its international relations and co-operate with international broadcasters. In January 1997 it became a full member of the Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union. As well as broadcasting domestically produced material, it also has program exchanges with Russian Public TV, NHK, CNN, ZDF and Deutsche Welle.

Criticisms[edit]

MNB was criticized after the 2008 State of emergency for broadcasting biased news favoring the ruling Mongolian People's Party, despite being a neutral channel. They accepted the allegations.[1]

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