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Teledifusão de Macau
Chinese name
Traditional Chinese 澳門廣播電視
股份有限公司
Simplified Chinese 澳门广播电视
股份有限公司
Portuguese name
Portuguese Teledifusão de Macau S.A.R.L.

Teledifusão de Macau (TDM), is a radio-television network serving Macau, China. It was established on 1 January 1982.

TDM offers 24-hour analogue radio services under the callsign of Rádio Macau, in Portuguese on 98.0 MHz FM and Cantonese and Mandarin on 100.7 MHz FM.

It also offers terrestrial analogue television services: Canal Macau (Channel Macau) in Portuguese, and Macau TV (Chinese:澳門電視台 Pinyin: ào mén diàn shì tái) in Cantonese and Mandarin.

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Teledifusão de Macau (TDM)
Type Broadcast radio and television network
Country  China
Availability  Macau
Launch date January 1, 1982 (television)
Official Website http://www.tdm.com.mo/

Local programmes on the Portuguese service of Rádio Macau begins from 07:00 to 20:00 on weekdays, and from 08:00 to 20:00 at weekends. Programmes from RDP Antena 1 are relayed for the rest of the time.

The Cantonese and Mandarin service of Rádio Macau is also 24-hours, with total local programme outputs.

Local programmes on Canal Macau broadcast from around 19:00 on weekdays until 01:00, and longer hours at weekends. Programmes from Portugal's RTP Internacional are usually relayed for other times, except for football matches. The Catholic Mass is broadcast live on Sunday mornings at the Igreja da Sé. These make Canal Macau a 24-hour television service.

Transmissions of Macau TV Station are divided into three major blocks. Breakfast news is broadcast from 07:15 to 09:00 on Mondays to Saturdays; afternoon and prime time programmes from around 12:30 until about 01:30. Transmissions may begin earlier on Sundays, and are longer for live coverage of matches such as the English FA Premier League or the Italian Football Championship. At other times when programmes are not transmitted, continuous financial information from Reuters will be displayed, with the broadcast of Rádio Macau on 100.7 MHz FM as the background sound.

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