Radio Televisyen Brunei (RTB) is the state broadcaster of Brunei. Radio
Brunei made its first broadcast on May 2, 1957, with a Television
service starting on March 1, 1975. Radio Television Brunei monopolies
the free-to-air television in the country.
National Television of Kampuchea (TVK) is a national state media conglomerate of radio and television services in the Kingdom of Cambodia. It owns and operates about 12 radio stations and one television channel (terrestrial free-to-air) from Phnom Penh.
Bali TV is a privately owned Indonesian television station belonging to Bali Post Media Group and covering the island of Bali, as well as other provinces. Bali TV in part of the Asosiasi TeleVisi Lokal Indonesia (ATVLI) network, an association comprising more than 40 local TV stations in Indonesia as members.
Lao National Television (LNTV) is the national television station in the country of Laos. It was launched on December 2, 1983 and is under management of the Ministry of Information, Culture and Tourism and the Department of Broadcasting.
Radio Televisyen Malaysia (RTM) is a Malaysian public broadcaster. It has 36 radio and 3 television stations in Malaysia, based in Kuala Lumpur. RTM is the first broadcaster of Malaysia.
Myanmar Radio and Television 4, known as MRTV-4, is a Burmese television station and satellite television operator. It consists of 12 local channels and 14 foreign channels. The channel was launched in May 2004 and is jointly operated by MRTV and the Forever Group.
UNTV is a major TV broadcast network with 24-hour programming. UNTV is one of the most trusted and successful Philippine networks that guarantees wholesome and quality viewing experience. Devoted to sensible broadcasting, programs at UNTV are designed to reflect positive spirit and values, that adhere to safeguarding media freedom and responsibility to delivering a free, responsible and responsive network.
The Thai Public Broadcasting Service or Thai PBS is the first public broadcasting service in Thailand. It was established by the Thai Public Broadcasting Service Act, which came into force as from January 15, 2008. Under this Act, Thai PBS holds the status of state agency with legal personality, but not being a government agency or state enterprise.
Vietnam Television, or VTV, is the national television broadcaster of Vietnam. VTV was established with technical assistance and training from Cuba on September 7, 1970, in Hanoi. VTV6 is the 24-hour youth channel, which was started on April 29, 2007.