Televisió Digital Terrestre

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Televisió Digital Terrestre is the terrestrial digital television service in Andorra.

On 25 September 2007 at 11pm, Andorra became one of the first European countries to switch off all terrestrial analogue transmissions, making TDT the only method of terrestrial TV reception in the country.

The service is operated jointly by the Andorran Government and the country's telecommunications company Andorra Telecom.


As well as offering Andorra's only TV Channel ATV, the service offers various channels from Spain and France. It is also one of the few terrestrial television services to offer the BBC World News channel.

Andorran channels:

Catalan channels:

Spanish channels:

French Channels:

Portuguese Channels:

English Channels:

Multilingual Channel:

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