Television in Albania


Television in Albania

Television in Albania was first introduced in 1960. ["See" RTSH]

Below you will find a list of television stations broadcasting in the Republic of Albania.

Public National Television Service

*Televizioni Shqiptar (TVSH)

Privately-owned national broadcasters

*Top Channel
*TV Klan

Local TV Stations

*2A
*4+
*6
*6+1
*A1 Televizion
*ABC TV (Albania)
*Adria 2 (STV)
*Alb West
*ALPO
*Amantia
*Antena Nord
*AOS
*Apollon Televizion
*Armonia TV
*ARV
*ATN 1
*AVN (Albania)
*Bajram Curri TV
*Berati TV
*Blue Sky TV
*Bulqiza TV
*Calvin TV
*Channel 7 (Albania)
*Color
*Dardan TV
*Dibra Vizion
*Durrësi TV
*Egnatia TV (etv)
*Era TV
*Fokus TV
*Gramshi TV
*Jehona e Malësisë
*Klaudiana
*Kombi TV
*Kristal +
*Kruja TV
*KTV (Albania)
*Kuçova TV
*Lezha TV
*Lobi TV
*Magic Channel TV
*Margit TV
*Mati TV
*Mirdita TV
*Nesër TV (NTV)
*News 24
*Onufri TV
*ORA TV
*Përmeti TV
*Pik TV
*Puka TV
*Rozafa TV
*Saranda TV
*Scutari TV
*Super Sonic
*Shijak TV
*Skampa TV
*Sot 7
*Tele 1 TV
*Tele Joni
*Tele Sport
*Teuta Televizion
*Tirana TV
*TV1 Channel
*TV Koha
*Vizion +
*Vlora Channel

International Satellite Channels

*TV Alsat

Channels Available Abroad

*TV AlsatM - Republic of Macedonia

Multi Channel TV Provider

*Digit-Alb
*Alfa Cable Television

Foreign relay stations

*TV5MONDE Europe

External links

[http://www.kkrt.gov.al KKRT] - National Council of Radio and Television
[http://www.ert.gov.al ERT] - Regulatory Entity for Telecommunications

References


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