Radio Television of Vojvodina


Radio Television of Vojvodina
Radio Television of Vojvodina
Радио Телевизија Војводине
Radio Televizija Vojvodine
Vajdasági rádió és televízió
Radio Televizia Vojvodiny
Radioteleviziunea Voevodina
Радіо Телебачення Воєводини
Type Radio and television
Country  Serbia (Vojvodina province)
Availability Regional
Slogan Ближи вама
(Closer to you)
Owner Public
Key people Siniša Isakov (General-Director)[1]
Launch date June 2006 (as RTV)
November 29, 1949 (as Radio Novi Sad)
November 26, 1975 (as RTNS)
Former names TVNS, RTS NS
Official website www.rtv.rs
Building of Novi Sad Television in Stari Grad
Radio Novi Sad building in Stari Grad
Building of TVNS in Mišeluk, destroyed by NATO in 1999

Radio Television of Vojvodina (Serbian: Радио Телевизија Војводине (РТВ) or Radio Televizija Vojvodine (RTV), Hungarian: Vajdasági rádió és televízió, Slovak: Radio Televizia Vojvodiny, Croatian: Radio Televizija Vojvodine, Romanian: Radioteleviziunea Voevodina, Rusyn: Радіо Телебачення Воєводини) is the public broadcaster in the Serbian province of Vojvodina. Its headquarters is in Novi Sad.

Contents

History

Formerly, it was known as Radio Television Novi Sad (Радио Телевизија Нови Сад - РТНС, Radio Televizija Novi Sad - RTNS). In 1992 Radio Television Novi Sad, together with Radio Television Belgrade (RTB) and Radio Television Priština (RTP), became a part of Radio Television of Serbia. In 1999, the buildings of the RTNS in the Mišeluk neighborhood of Novi Sad were bombed and destroyed by the NATO airforce. After the war, the RTNS was moved to the new building in the city centre.

In May 2006, the Radio Television of Serbia was officially divided into two public broadcasting systems: Radio Television of Serbia (Public Service of Serbia) with headquarters in Belgrade and Radio Television of Vojvodina (Public Service of Vojvodina) with headquarters in Novi Sad.

Languages

Radio Television of Vojvodina broadcasts programme in 10 languages: Serbian, Hungarian, Croatian, Slovak, Rusyn, Romanian, Bunjevac, Ukrainian, Romany and Macedonian.

Certain TV shows are also translated into Sign language.

In autumn 2011, programme and news in German language will be also broadcasted.

Radio

RTV has the following radio channels:

  • Radio Novi Sad 1 (Радио Нови Сад 1), in Serbian
  • Radio Novi Sad 2 (Радио Нови Сад 2), in Hungarian
  • Radio Novi Sad 3 (Радио Нови Сад 3), in Croatian, Slovak, Rusyn, Romanian, Bunjevac, Ukrainian, Romany and Macedonian

Television

Current TV channels

  • RTV 1 (РТВ 1), in Serbian.
  • RTV 2 (РТВ 2), in Serbian and minority languages.

TV Channels before 2006

Before the transformation of television into Radio Television of Vojvodina, the Radio Television Novi Sad had two channels:

  • NS 1 (НС 1)
  • NS 2 (НС 2)

TV Channels before 1999

Before the NATO bombing, the Radio Television Novi Sad had two channels:

  • NS (НС)
  • NS+ (НС+)

Internationally created shows broadcast by RTV (as of September 2009)

Original name Local name Origin
Tarzán Тарзан
Tarzan
United States
The Brothers Karamazov Браћа Карамазови
Braća Karamazovi
Russia
Les Jurés Доба злочина
Doba zločina
France
Frasier Фрејжер
Frejžer
United States
Nothing Too Good for a Cowboy Каубоју никад удовољити
Kauboju nikad udovoljiti
Canada
Rachael Ray Рејчел Реј
Rejčel Rej
United States
La tassinara Таксисткиња
Taksistkinja
Italy

References

See also

  • List of television stations in Serbia

External links


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