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CountryCzech Republic
OwnerCzech Television
Sister channels
Launched3 September 1990 (1990-09-03)
Closed31 December 1992 (1992-12-31)

ČTV was a television channel of Czechoslovak Television and later Czech Television station that broadcast in the Czech lands in 1990–1992. She was the successor of II. program and in 1993 it was replaced by station ČT1. In Slovakia, channel S1 broadcast instead.[1]


After the Velvet Revolution in 1989, Czechoslovak Television (ČST) started broadcasting its third station, OK3, in May 1990.[2] Further changes took place on September 3, 1990, when the existing ČST I program became the nationwide federal channel F1, while II. the program was divided into two national stations: the Czech ČTV and the Slovak S1.[3][4] On January 1, 1992, an independent Czech Television was established, which became the broadcaster of the CTV channel. Its broadcast was originally encoded in the SECAM standard, but the change occurred on July 1, 1992, when CTV began using the PAL standard. The ČTV station ceased operations with the dissolution of Czechoslovakia on December 31, 1992, and was replaced by the ČT1 channel from January 1, 1993.[2]


  1. ^ Bílek, Petr (16 August 2022). "Jaké byly televizní devadesátky v Česku? Aneb cesta televize do nové doby". (in Czech). Retrieved 28 March 2023.
  2. ^ a b KÖPPLOVÁ, Barbara (2003). Dějiny českých médií v datech : rozhlas, televize, mediální právo (1. vyd ed.). Praha: Karolinum. pp. 275–283. ISBN 80-246-0632-1.
  3. ^ Prokop, Rímský (29 June 2016). "Historie Redakce sportu České televize v letech 1993-2015". Charles University (in Czech): 10. Retrieved 28 March 2023.
  4. ^ Holubec, Jiří (1 July 2009). "Televize: od stávky v roce 1989 ke stávce v roce 2000". (in Czech). Retrieved 28 March 2023.
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