TDM (Macau)

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TDM - Teledifusão de Macau, S. A.
Type TV and Radio (Public Service Broadcast)
Country Macau, China
Launch date
13 May 1984 (TV Broadcast)[1]
Official website
TDM - Teledifusão de Macau, S. A.
TDM Building.JPG
Chinese name
Traditional Chinese 澳門廣播電視股份有限公司
Portuguese name
Portuguese Teledifusão de Macau, S. A.

TDM - Teledifusão de Macau, S. A. (TDM; 澳門廣播電視股份有限公司), provides public broadcasting services in the Macau Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China. By running five digital terrestrial TV channels, one satellite TV channel and two radio channels, TDM provides local audiences with a wide range of content in Macau’s two official languages, Chinese and Portuguese, as well as having time-slots for English as well as Indonesian and Tagalog (Filipino), which reflects the multicultural nature of the city, with 95 percent of the population being the Chinese and five percent made up of the Portuguese and other ethnic groups.

In the new media era, TDM has extended its services by developing multimedia platforms, including the official website (, mobile app (TDM App), social media and content-sharing platforms, allowing local and international audience instant access to information about Macau.

TDM transmits six television channels from mainland China locally, including CCTV-1, CCTV-13, CGTN, CGTN Documentary, Strait Television and Hunan TV World.


Ch № Channel Channel content Transmission Launch Date Website

Local Channels[edit]

91 TDM Ou Mun Free-to-air in Cantonese, first broadcasting channel of TDM Analog & Digital 17 September 1990 Website
92 Canal Macau Free-to-air in Portuguese Analog & Digital 17 September 1990 Website
93 TDM


Sports programs Digital 9 October 2009 Website
94 TDM Information News and financial information programs Digital 3 September 2012 Website
95 TDM HD HDTV of TDM Ou Mun or TDM Desporto Digital 15 July 2008 Website
96 澳門-MACAU

(TV Satellite Channel)

News and financial information programs Satellite 1 October 2009 Website

Mainland Channels[edit]

71 CCTV-1 Transmition of CCTV-1 Digital 20 December 2016 Website
72 CCTV-13 Live broadcast of CCTV-13 Digital 1 October 2009 Website
73 CGTN Live broadcast of CGTN Digital 15 July 2010 Website
74 CGTN Documentary Live broadcast of CGTN Documentary Digital 1 November 2011 Website
75 Strait Television Live broadcast of FMG Digital 1 April 2011 Website
76 Hunan TV World Live broadcast of HBS Digital 15 July 2010 Website

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

  1. ^ Macau, Richard L. Edmonds, Clio Press, 1989, page xlix