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TV AND RADIO CHANNELS LAOS


Lao Star Channel - Laos TV Channel
Lao Star, which will occupy a geostationary orbit with a footprint covering all of South East Asia, parts of eastern India and southern China, serving a potential consumer population of approximately 200 million.


LNTV - Laos TV Channel
Lao National Television (LNTV) commenced broadcasting in 1983, initially on Channel 8 for three hours a day with a transmitter output which serviced only the capital city. This service was administered jointly with radio broadcasting under the combined Lao National Radio and Television until 1993, when LNTV was established as a separate agency.


Lao National Radio - Laos Radio Station
Lao National Radio - Original Launched in 1960 in the resistance zone of the North Eastern Laos, Lao National Radio (LNR) became the national broadcast in 1975, talking over the ...





RFA: Radio Free Asia
Lao Service · Listen to the Lao Service. RFA is a private, nonprofit corporation that broadcasts news and information in nine native Asian languages to listeners who do not have access to full and free news media. The purpose of RFA is to provide a forum for a variety of opinions and voices from within these Asian countries.


Vientiane Capital Radio and Television Station
Housed in a small studio within the compound of the Vientiane Prefectural (City) Service of Information and Culture, Vientiane Capital Radio and Television Station originated on 10 November 1980 as a local radio station, broadcasting initially on AM only using a 300 watt transmitter left by the Americans.


Attapeu Provincial Radio - Laos Radio Station
Attapeu Provincial Radio and Television Station was established in 1999. Radio is broadcast on 102.7MHz using a 100W TSD transmitter donated by China, while television is broadcast on channel 7 using a 500W TQT transmitter donated by Viet Nam.


Bokeo Provincial Radio and Television Station - Laos Radio Station
Bokeo Provincial Radio and Television Station was established in 1999. Radio is broadcast on 102.75MHz using a 1000W STD transmitter donated by China, while television is broadcast on channel 5 via a 300W transmitter donated by China.


Borikhamxai Provincial Radio and Television Station
Borikhamxai Provincial Radio and Television Station was established in 2000. Radio is broadcast on 101.5MHz using a 5Kw VTC transmitter donated by Viet Nam, while television is broadcast on channel 8 via a 2KW Thomson transmitter donated by France.


Savannakhet Provincial Television Station
The branch office of Lao National Television (LNTV) in Savannakhet Province. LNTV is relayed to the province on channel 12 via a 2KW Thomson transmitter donated in 2001 by France.


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Sayaburi Provincial Radio and Television Station
Sayaburi Provincial Radio and Television Station was established in 1995. Radio is broadcast on 96.5MHz FM using a 5Kw VTC transmitter donated by Viet Nam, while television is broadcast on channel 8 using a 2kW VTC transmitter donated by Viet Nam.


Sekong Provincial Radio and Television Station
Sekong Provincial Radio and Television Station was established in 2001. Radio is broadcast on 102.7MHz FM using a 100W TSD transmitter donated by China, while television is broadcast on channel 9 via a 300W VTC transmitter donated by Viet Nam.


Vientiane Capital Radio and Television Station
Housed in a small studio within the compound of the Vientiane Prefectural (City) Service of Information and Culture, Vientiane Capital Radio and Television Station originated on 10 November 1980 as a local radio station, broadcasting initially on AM only using a 300 watt transmitter left by the Americans.


Xieng Khouang Provincial Radio and Television Station
Xieng Khouang Provincial Radio and Television Station originated in 1961 as Lao National Radio, a revolutionary station established by the Pathet Lao at Ban Khangkhai in Muang Pek, Xieng Khouang Province. In 1975 it became an integral part of the national radio network and in 2001 the station was completely rebuilt.


Champassak Provincial Television Station
The branch office of Lao National Television (LNTV) in Champassak Province was opened in 1995. LNTV is relayed to the province on channel 11 via a 2KW Thomson transmitter donated in 2001 by Viet Nam.


Houaphanh Provincial Radio and Television Station
Originally established in 1960 by the Pathet Lao, Houaphanh Provincial Radio Station became an integral part of the national radio network in 1975. The station was completely rebuilt in 1995 as a joint radio and television station and today radio is broadcast on 102 MHz FM using a TSD transmitter donated by China, while television is broadcast on channel 8 using a 500W transmitter donated by Viet Nam.





















TV AND RADIO CHANNELS LAOS