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National Television of Kampuchea

National Television of Kampuchea
Type Public
Branding National Television of Kampuchea (TVK) as of 1966 based in Phnom Penh
Country Cambodia
First air date
1966 based in Phnom Penh as Television of Kingdom of Cambodia (TVRK)
1993 based in Phnom Penh as National Television of Kampuchea TVK)
Availability Nationwide
Headquarters Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Broadcast area
Owner Government
Launch date
1966 based in Phnom Penh as Television of Kingdom of Cambodia (TVRK)
1993 based in Phnom Penh as National Television of Kampuchea TVK)
Former names
Television of Kingdom of Cambodia (TVRK) (1966-1970)
Television of the Khmer Republic (TVREK) 1970-1975
Group Radio

National Television of Kampuchea was formed by National Radio of Kampuchea and National Television of Kampuchea and is a national public broadcasting state media government mass media conglomerate of radio and television services in the Kingdom of Cambodia. It is owned and operated by Government. It owns and operates about 12 radio stations and one television channel (terrestrial free-to-air) from Phnom Penh. Local Network RNK and TVK has 10 radio stations and 12 television stations.

TVK broadcasts nine hours on weekdays and seventeen hours on weekends, on weekdays is separated into two sessions, morning session from 11:30 to 14:30, and evening session from 17:00 to 23:00, and on weekends broadcast in one section from 6:00 to 23:00. Reruns are also broadcast at night.


Important events

Year Date Event
1954 Radio of Cambodia was established
1966 Television of Cambodia was established
1975 17 April Radio and TV stations were destroyed by the Khmer Rouge
1983 Television returns to broadcasting

List of stations


RNK Radio

Central Station (Broadcasting From Phnom Penh)
  1. AM Radio
  2. AM 918 kHz
  3. FM Radio
  4. FM 96.0 MHz
  5. Regional Station

    12 Station


    TVK Television

    Television Station Network

    Only one Television Station (That is TVK Television)

    Central Station (Broadcasting From Phnom Penh)
    1. UHF-Channel 33
    To be related with TVK
    1. TVK2 (Owned and Operated with Private Media Companies)
    Regional Station
    1. Battambang
    2. VHF-Channel 7 (TVK Battambang) - Regional Relay Broadcasting From Battambang
    3. Koh Kong
    4. VHF-Channel 7 (TVK Koh Kong) - Regional Relay Broadcasting From Koh Kong
    5. Kratie
    6. VHF-Channel 7 (TVK Kratie) - Regional Relay Broadcasting From Kratie
    7. Pursat
    8. VHF-Channel 10 (TVK Pursat) - National Relay Broadcasting From Pursat
    9. Ratanakiri
    10. VHF-Channel 7 (TVK Ratanakiri) - Regional Relay Broadcasting From Banlung
    11. Mondulkiri
    12. VHF-Channel 7 (TVK Mondulkiri) - Regional Relay Broadcasting From Sen Monorom
    13. Siem Reap
    14. VHF-Channel 12 (TVK Siem Reap) - Regional Relay Broadcasting From Siem Reap
    15. Sihanoukville
    16. UHF-Channel 53 (TVK Sihanoukville) - Regional Relay Broadcasting From Sihanoukville
    17. Stung Treng
    18. VHF-Channel 7 (TVK Stung Treng) - Regional Relay Broadcasting From Stung Treng
    19. Preah Vihear
    20. VHF-Channel 7 (TVK Preah Vihear) - Regional Relay Broadcasting From Tbeng Meanchey
    21. References

      • Official website

      See also

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