Radiotelevision of Herzeg-Bosnia
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|Type||Broadcast radio and online|
|Country||Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|Area||Bosnia and Herzegovina|
Radiotelevision of Herzeg-Bosnia (Croatian: Radiotelevizija Herceg-Bosne) or RTVHB is the public-service broadcasting organization of the former Croatian Republic of Herzeg-Bosnia, now of the Croats of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Radiotelevision was founded in 1992 in Mostar, the capital of Herzeg-Bosnia. Interestingly, television had never started broadcast its program, although in radiotelevision was spent more than 10 million German marks. Radio started broadcasting and it broadcast its program today.
In 1996, was created Erotel, which is considered the successor of television of Herzeg-Bosnia. It broadcast programs in the Croatian language, until 1999, when its work was banned. Specifically, 15 November 1999 the media commission has banned the work of Erotel and forcibly took away the transmittersands and handed them over to Federalna TV, which broadcast program in Bosnian language, which broadcasts anti-Croat program and jeopardizes the Croatian language and Croatian people in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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