Broadcasting Companies Worldwide

Printable version Sunday 13 March 2011 Last updated at 11:12

Africa

African TV stations listing
Television Algrienne (Algerian Television)
La Television du Burkina (Burkinafaso)
CRTV (Cameroon Radio and Television)
Nile TV (Egypt)
Ghana Broadcasting Corporation
Listing of TV stations in Ghana
RTI (Radio Television Ivoirienne) Ivory Coast
Mauritius Broadcasting Corporation
Nigeria: television stations
DStv (South Africa)
Etv (South Africa)
M-Net (South African Television Network)
Oracle Television Production (South African based documentary production company)
South African Broadcasting Corporation
Tunisia National Television

Middle East

Arab Media: Television
Including articles on Arab television as well as television online.
Ajman Television
al-Jazeera
al-Jazeera (In English)
ARTonline
Future TV (Lebanese)
IRTV (Iranian Television)
Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting
Iraqi television including listing of TV stations
Al Iraqiya the government-financed television station
Al Sharqiya Iraq's first privately owned satellite TV station
JRtv (Jordan)
Oman-TV
Orbit – Satellite TV
SaudiTV
Showtime Arabia – Satellite Network
Sudan TV

Asia

General
Asia Pacific Television
AsiaSat - Asian Satellite Telecommunications Company
MTV-Asia
SETIndia (Sony Entertainment Television in India)
Satellite TV channel, with broadcast coverage into all of Asia, large parts of Africa and Europe.
STAR TV (Satellite Television for Asian Region)
East Asia
CETV (Mandarin)
24-hour family-oriented channel broadcasting satellite TV programmes in Mandarin across Asia.
CCTV - Chinese Central TV
NTV - Nippon Television Network Corporation.
Bilingual site in Japanese and English
EBS TV (Educational Broadcasting System)
KBS (Korean Broadcasting System)
SBS (Seoul Broadcasting System)
Southern Asia
Indian TV stations listing
DD (Doordarshan – India's National Broadcaster)
ETV Network
Avenues Television
Nepali TV
Kantipur TV
PTV (Pakistan Television Network)
Rupavahini. The National Television of Sri Lanka
Southeast Asia
Radio Television Brunei
CTN Cambodia
Timor TV
Listings for TV stations in Indonesia
TV5 (Philippines)
ABS-CBN

Australia and New Zealand

ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
NBN Online is the gateway to the NBN Television Network, Australia's highest rating television network and independent affiliate of the Nine Network
Ten Network
Seven Network Australia
Special Broadcasting Service (SBS)
Television New Zealand

Mainland Europe and Scandinavia

CNBC Europe
Austria
ORF (Osterreichischer Rundfunk, "Austrian Broadcasting")
ATV
Belgium
BRT (later BRTN, later still VRT)
Czech
Ceska Televiza
Nova
Prima TV
Denmark
DR
TV2
YLE
YLE 2
France
Arte.tv
Canal+
TV1 European television network based in France.
TV5 Monde
Germany
Das Erste
ZDF
Greece
EPT
EPT (in English)
Alpha TV
ANT1 (Antenna)
Iceland
Rkistvarpi RUV
Italy
RAI Due
RAI Tre
RAI Uno
Canale 5 (Mediaset)
Italia 1 (Mediaset)
Rete 4 (Mediaset)
La7
Netherlands
Nederland 1
Nederland 2
Nederland 3
Norway
NRK 1
NRK 2
TV2
Poland
Telewizja Polska
TVPuls (Telewizja Puls)
TV4
TVN
Portugal
RTP 1 Rdio e Televiso de Portugal
Dois (RTP 2)
SIC
TV1, Televiso Independente
Spain
RTVE (Radio Televisin Espaola)
Antena 3 Televisin
Cuatro
Telecinco
Slovenija
RTV Slovenija
Sweden
Sveriges Television (SVT)
Switzerland
SF (Schweizer Fernsehen)
RTSI (Radiotelevisione svizzera di lingua italiana)
Turkey
TSR
TRT

North America

Canada
Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (aptn)
CBC
CTV
United States
ABC (American Broadcasting Company)
Arts and Entertainment (A&E) Television Network
BET – Black Entertainment Television
CBS (Columbia Broadcasting Service)
CNN – Cable News Network
C-SPAN
Comedy Central
Disney media networks, including ESPN, ABC television network, Touchstone Television, Buena Vista Television.
FOX Broadcasting Company
HBO (Home Box Office Entertainment)
NamesteTV (South Asian Television Network in America
NBC (National Broadcasting Company)
MTV
PBS
Warner Bros. Television

United Kingdom and Ireland

BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation)
Channel 4
ITN (Independent Television News)
ITV (Independent Television)
Regional independent television companies in the UK
RTE. Irish Public Service Broadcasting
S4C (Sianel Pedwar Cymru)
links to UK TV stations including catch-up tv online
links to live TV webcasts across the globe: wwwitv

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  1. Young Min Kim

    2014-05-22 01:06:46

    4 Dimension Golf(Two pictures in golfyoung.blogspot.com) The left is the plane( bird-eye) drawing of a golf swing, The right is the front drawing A is a ball. E is a target line. Your club head has to go on the circle A_B_C and A-F-D. 4 Dimension Golf Swing thinks about plane(bird eye), front, side drawing and time. The plane(bird-eye) drawing is the first in the world. The smaller plane is hands motion. The smaller plane shape is different from the bigger plane shape because of cocking. Thinking about a plane drawing ,you can find the gap between the heel of the club head and the sweet spot. However [US PGA MANUAL page 142] THE CLUBHEAD WILL ALWAYS FOLLOW THE BUTT END. As the club reaches a position horizontal with the ground, an extension from the butt end should point through the ball and extend toward the target. If it stays in plane it will point back along that same line well into the follow through. If you swing by PGA page 142,you have a shank because you ignore the gap between the heel and the sweet spot. You should substitute the capitate joint of the left hand for the above ‘the butt end’ because of the gap.


  2. Young Min Kim

    2014-05-22 01:05:08

    4 Dimension Golf(Two pictures in golfyoung.blogspot.com) The left is the plane( bird-eye) drawing of a golf swing, The right is the front drawing A is a ball. E is a target line. Your club head has to go on the circle A_B_C and A-F-D. 4 Dimension Golf Swing thinks about plane(bird eye), front, side drawing and time. The plane(bird-eye) drawing is the first in the world. The smaller plane is hands motion. The smaller plane shape is different from the bigger plane shape because of cocking. Thinking about a plane drawing ,you can find the gap between the heel of the club head and the sweet spot. However [US PGA MANUAL page 142] THE CLUBHEAD WILL ALWAYS FOLLOW THE BUTT END. As the club reaches a position horizontal with the ground, an extension from the butt end should point through the ball and extend toward the target. If it stays in plane it will point back along that same line well into the follow through. If you swing by PGA page 142,you have a shank because you ignore the gap between the heel and the sweet spot. You should substitute the capitate joint of the left hand for the above ‘the butt end’ because of the gap.


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