TRT Türk

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TRT Türk
TRT Türk logo (2015-).svg
Broadcast areaWorldwide
AffiliatesRadyo Türkü
HeadquartersAnkara, Turkey
Picture format1080i HDTV
(downscaled to 16:9 576i for the SDTV feed)
OwnerTurkish Radio and Television Corporation
Launched27 April 1992; 29 years ago (1992-04-27)
Former namesTRT Int Avrasya
Ziggo (Netherlands)Channel 76 (SD)
Channel 775 (SD)
UPC Switzerland (Switzerland)Channel 600 (SD)
UPC Austria (Austria)Channel 668 (SD)
Unitymedia (Germany)Channel 403 (SD)
Caiway (Netherlands)Channel 47 (SD)
DELTA (Netherlands)Channel 527 (SD)
Eutelsat 7°E (Europe, Middle East & North Africa)10804 V 30000 5/6 (SD)
Türksat 42°E (Europe & North Africa)11054 V 30000 3/4 (HD)
11958 V 27500 5/6 (SD)
Türksat 42°E (Middle East)11096 H 30000 5/6 (SD)
Türksat 42°E (Central Africa)12588 V 22500 3/4 (SD)
Optus D2 152°E (Australia & New Zealand)12608 H 22500 3/4 (SD)
KPN (Netherlands)Channel 140 (HD)
Streaming media
Ziggo GO (Netherlands) (Europe only)

TRT Türk is the international TV channel of the Turkish Radio and Television Corporation, which is broadcast to other countries. TRT Türk's task is to enhance the understanding of the possibilities Turkey and Turkic republics may possess or take advantage of in various fields through the programs aiming at the Caucasus and central Asia. The task is also promoting the image of Turkish people in a multi-dimensional way. TRT Türk has been intended to become the Turkic World's common channel. Within this framework the channel is planning to schedule programs produced by other Turkic republics along with joint-productions.

TRT Türk is broadcasting comprise education, culture, drama, entertainment, music programs and news with commercial breaks. If required, commercials in the indigenous languages of the countries are allowed within the scope of transmission.

TRT Türk is broadcast in modern Turkish language. Programmes can be broadcast with the addition of subtitles in foreign languages or different dialects of Turkish. Besides, various types of programs are listed systematically that are planned to be broadcast as reduplicated through the multi-language dubbing technique within the framework of DVB-S standards.

On the March 21, 2009 TRT Avaz replaced TRT Türk for Turkic countries.


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