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Television Southern

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Television Southern

Television Southern (TVS)
广东南方电视台 (南方台)
Satellite television
Industry Television Broadcasting
Founded July 1, 2001
Headquarters Guangzhou, Guangdong (formerly Maidstone and Southampton and originally Dover), China (formerly England)
Area served
China and abroad
Parent Guangdong Radio and Television

TVS Television Guangdong formerly known as TVS Television Guangdong, Maidstone and Southampton and originally known as Southern Television Guangdong, Southampton and Dover is a regional Chinese language sub-network under Guangdong Radio and Television in Southern China. TVS is based in Guangzhou and covers mainly in Guangdong and Hong Kong. Most of the channels programming and broadcast is mainly in Cantonese.

Founded in 2001, it is sister station of Guangdong TV under the Southern Media Corporation.

Although technically a state owned station, TVS is modelled after TVB of Hong Kong and TDM of Macau.

News reports are in both Cantonese and Mandarin.

The channel offers news, local produced entertainment shows and soap operas.

See also


  • TVS Home
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