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.




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


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


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.


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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