Télévision Nationale d'Haïti
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|Télévision Nationale d'Haïti|
|Launched||December 23, 1979|
|Owned by||Government of Haiti|
|Language||French, Haitian Creole|
Télévision Nationale d'Haïti (TNH) is the state television broadcaster of Haiti. Founded December 23, 1979, under the Ministry of Information and Coordination, it was Haiti's second television station after Télé Haïti (Channels 2 and 4 with the latter in English).
In 1987, it was merged with the state-run Radio Nationale into a network called RTNH (Radio Télévision Nationale d'Haïti) and in 1995, was taken over by the Ministry of Culture.
- Hall, Michael R. (2012). Historical Dictionary of Haiti. Scarecrow Press. p. 219. ISBN 978-0810878105. Retrieved 6 January 2013.
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