Nation TV (Thailand)

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Nation TV
Nationtv.png
Launched1 June 2000; 20 years ago (2000-06-01)
Owned byNation Broadcasting Corporation (subsidiary of Nation Multimedia Group)
Picture format576i (16:9 SDTV)
SloganIn Every News Scene. We are Original. (ทุกสนามข่าว เราคือตัวจริง)
CountryThailand
LanguageThai
HeadquartersInterlink Tower Bangna, Bangkok, Thailand
Formerly calledNation Channel
Websitewww.nationtv.tv
Availability
Terrestrial
DigitalChannel 22 (TV5 MUX5)
Satellite
TrueVisionsChannel 22
GMM ZChannel 22
Must-carryChannel 22
Cable
TrueVisionsChannel 22
IPTV
TOT iptvChannel 22
Streaming media
Official websiteWatch live

Nation TV (Thai: เนชั่น ทีวี) is the first 24-hour news television channel in Thailand, owned by Nation Broadcasting Corporation, a subsidiary of Nation Multimedia Group.

History[edit]

Earlier History[edit]

Nation TV launched in 2000 as Nation Channel (Thai: เนชั่น แชนแนล) on UBC (now TrueVisions) platform on channel 8.

On 1 May 2003, Nation Channel exited UBC and moved to Tai TV (TTV) platform, broadcast via MMDS on channel 1.[1]

Digital Terrestrial Television[edit]

On 1 April 2014, Nation TV started broadcast on digital terrestrial television via TV5 MUX5.

After NMG ownership changed. Nation TV is well-known for Far-Right [2] political coverage and frequently criticized opposition factions such as Future Forward Party.

Newscaster[edit]

Current

  • Sontiyan Chuenruetainaidhama
  • Prachathai Thananarong
  • Kanok Ratwongsakul
  • Teera Tanyapaiboon
  • Nantakwang Sirasoonthorn
  • Krisana Lalai
  • Santisuk Marongsri
  • Ancharee Paireerak
  • Phassaphol Tohombutra
  • Napat Theeraditthakul
  • Wootthinan Nahim
  • Kittidit Thanaditsuwan
  • Bundit Pratumta
  • Sutthirak Uttamontri
  • Satakun Tanthaweeviwat
  • Jade Prasertrungrueng
  • Nattawut Boontho
  • Todsawat Tasuwo
  • Matchayakorn Meesupprung
  • Mookravee Deebukkam
  • Bakban Boonlert
  • Weerasak Pongaksorn
  • Archvin Suksri
  • Romrumpha Rermroo
  • Aekpittaya Iemkongeaek
  • Vilasinee Van Haren
  • Sathaporn Kuasakul
  • Piyawan Prametthawanich
  • Ubonrat Thaonoi
  • Sararat Rattanasuwan
  • Kajonchai Phetcharat
  • Kom Nopparat
  • Kriangsak Phaoindra
  • Tivaporn Thetthit
  • Kannika Rungkitcharoenkul
  • Thasaneya Ratwong
  • Nalin SInghaputtangkul
  • Salita Punleuk
  • Worathep Suwattanapim
  • Supawan Toh

Former

  • Suthichai Yoon
  • Thepchai Yong
  • Bancha Kaengkan
  • Sathapat Paethong
  • Prajya Aura-ek
  • Bundit Pratumta
  • Eakarat Takiannuch
  • Gunthap Lertritthisate
  • Sarosha Pornudomsak
  • Veenarat Laohapakakul
  • Phatsurang Dechabuddharungsi
  • Naya Jaikawang
  • Nitirath Buachan
  • Rangsima Sarungkarnnarumit
  • Thanawan Pantachot
  • Weena Chongprasith
  • Ongkotch Wannapak

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Nation Channel to exit UBC's platform 1 May, 2003". www.newswit.com.
  2. ^ "Former Khon Kaen MP Premsak holds hands with Sam Mitr leader". The Nation. Retrieved 13 March 2019.

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