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TRT (Turkish Radio and Television Corporation)

Television in Turkey was introduced in 1968 by the government media provider TRT. Back then it was the only channel with the name of TRT 1, and it broadcasted in several times of the dateline. Today, TRT has many channels around the country. The channels are:

Category Channel Broadcasting Area
General TRT 1 All Areas
News & Culture TRT 2 All Areas
Sports TRT 3 (diffusion with TBMM TV and TRT Gap) All Areas
Parliament TBMM TV (diffusion with TRT 3 and TRT Gap) All Areas
Local Projects TRT Gap (diffusion with TRT 3 and TBMM TV) All Areas
Folk Music & Documentaries TRT 4 (diffusion with TRT Çocuk) All Areas
Children TRT Çocuk (diffusion with TRT 4) All Areas
Local Programmes TRT 5 Anadolu Only Satellite via Turksat
Turkic People TRT Avaz Only Satellite via Turksat
International TRT Türk All Areas
Documentaries TRT Turizm ve Belgesel Some Areas
Music TRT Müzik Only Satellite via Turksat

List of Television Stations

Contents
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

0-9

A

  • ATA TV
  • Actionmax (Digiturk)
  • Akdeniz TV (Regional)
  • Alo Arkadaş (Chat)
  • Animal Planet Turkey (Documentary)
  • Aquavision
  • Avrasya Radyo Televizyonu|ART (Avrasya Radyo Televizyonu)
  • ASTV [1]
  • ATV (owned by Çalık family, who also owns the newspaper, Sabah)
  • ATV Avrupa
  • Akilli TV (Digiturk)

B

C

D

E

  • e2
  • Edirne TV (Regional)
  • Ege TV (Regional)
  • El Max
  • Euro D
  • Euro Star
  • Euro Türk
  • Expo Channel TV (Economy, News Channel)
  • Eyilik TV (Regional)
  • Eurosport (Both in English and Turkish on Digital Platform)

F

G

H

  • Haber 7 (News Channel)
  • Haber Türk (News Channel)
  • Haberde Ne Var? (Digiturk) (Defunct)
  • Halay TV (Regional) (Music)
  • Hallmark Channel Turkey (Digiturk)
  • Hazir Kart Salon 2 (Digiturk)
  • Hilal TV (Regional)
  • Home TV (Digiturk)

I

J

K

  • Kanal 1
  • Kanal 33 (Regional-Mersin)
  • Kanal 55 (Regional-Samsun)
  • Kanal 7
  • Kanal 7 International
  • Kanal A
  • Kanal B (News)
  • Kanal C (Regional) (Music)
  • Kanal D (belongs to the same media group as that of the papers Hürriyet and Milliyet)
  • Kanal Türk
  • Karadeniz TV (Regional)
  • Kibris Genç TV (Regional)
  • Klas TV (Music)
  • Kon TV (Regional)
  • Kral TV (Turkey's first music channel)
  • Kanal 25 (Regional-Erzurum)

L

M

  • Maxi TV
  • Mehtap TV[4] (Regional)
  • Meltem TV (Regional)
  • Memleketim TV (Digiturk)
  • Merkez TV (Regional)
  • Mesaj TV
  • MGM Movies (Digiturk)
  • MMC (Regional) (MegaMusic TV)
  • Mobil Arena TV
  • Mobil Arkadas
  • MovieMax 1 (Digiturk) (Turkey's first dedicated movie channel)
  • MovieMax 2 (Digiturk)
  • MTV Türkiye (Music)

N

O

  • Olay TV

P

  • Phoenix CNE
  • Platform TV
  • Power Turk TV (Music)

R

S

T

U

  • Ulusal Kanal (Regional)

V

X

Y

  • Yeni TV (Regional)
  • Yeditepe TV (Regional)
  • Yumurcak TV

Z

  • Zile TV (Regional)

See also

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