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VTV3
VTV3 logo 2013 final.svg
CountryVietnam
Broadcast areaVietnam
Asia
Worldwide
Programming
Picture format1080i HDTV
(downscaled to 16:9 576i for the SDTV feed)
Ownership
OwnerVietnam Television
Sister channelsVTV1, VTV2, VTV4, VTV5, VTV6, VTV7, VTV8 and VTV9
History
Launched31 March 1996; 25 years ago (31 March 1996)
Availability
Terrestrial
Vietnamese AnalogueUHF 22 in Hanoi
Cable
VTVCabCH.3 (HD) Analog CH.30 (SD)
SCTVCH.23 (SD)
CH.232 (HD)
HanoicabCH.23 (SD)
CH.232 (HD)
VietcableChannel 3
Satellite
K+CH.8 (HD)
CH.212 (SD)
MobiTVCH.7 (HD)
VTC DigitalCH.14 (HD)
Vinasat (Cband)(SD)
IPTV
MyTVCH.3 (HD)
Kênh 13 (SD)
Viettel TVCH.4 (HD)
FPT TVCH.3 (HD)
Streaming media
VTV.vnWatch live
VTV EntertainmentWatch live
FPT PlayWatch live
TV Net (VTC)Watch live

VTV3 is a Vietnamese television station operated and owned by government-owned Vietnam Television. Launched on 31 March 1996 as the country's first sports and entertainment integrated channel, its programs contained sporting events and entertainment-oriented programs including music, variety shows, leisure & lifestyles, nationally produced dramas, as well as American and Asian series.

Broadcast history

  • VTV3 was broadcast by Vietnam Television for testing from June 1994 during the 1994 World Cup, with the remaining programs broadcasting at the same frequency range of VTV1 and VTV2. The original content of VTV3 at that time was Sports - Entertainment - Economic Information. From April 1995, the channel was broadcast on channel 6 in Hanoi with the broadcast time from 16:00 to 19:00.
  • VTV3 officially went on-air on 31 March 1996, and begin to be relayed nationwide via satellite on July that year. Also since the launch of the channel, VTV began to broadcast the English Premier League (EPL). This soccer tournament were continuously aired on VTV3 from then until 2011.
  • From 1 October 1997, VTV3 separated its frequency in Hanoi and Da Nang and aired in channel 22 UHF (Hanoi), channel 21 UHF (Da Nang) with nighttime programs. This also marked VTV3 become the second channel to air live the national evening news (Thời Sự) besides VTV1 at 19:00, which continuously transmitting until now.
  • The channel began to be relayed nationwide via satellite with the independent frequency on 31 March 1998.
  • Until 31 December 2001, the broadcasting times of VTV3 were expressing at these times followed:
    • From Monday to Friday: 12:00 to 24:00
    • Saturday and Sunday: 10:00 to 24:00
  • Beginning from 31 December 2001, VTV3 increased the broadcasting times as these followed:
    • From 31 December 2001 to 31 August 2006: 06:00 to 24:00
    • From 1 September 2006 to 18 March 2020 and from 1 May 2020 to present: 24 hours per day
  • Between 2013 - 2014, the manufacture department of VTV3 were split into two: the sports-producing crew were formed into separate department alongside with VTV1 sports team (Department for Sports Productions, Vietnamese: Ban Sản xuất các chương trình Thể thao or Ban Thể thao - Sports Department for short). The remaining VTV3 entertainment team was renamed Department for Entertainment Productions (Vietnamese: Ban Sản xuất các chương trình Giải trí)
  • Since 2015, most of VTV3 sports programs were moved to youth-oriented channel VTV6. In 2020, Nhịp đập 360 độ thể thao (Sports 360° - The Beat) - the morning sports bulettin - was transferred to VTV6, leaving the VTV3 channel broadcast entertainment-oriented programs, and transmitting sports programs during special occasions only. The bulettin was later relaunch in 2021 as Nhịp đập thể thao (Sports Beat), and beginning to broadcast on both VTV3 and VTV6 from 12 April 2021.
  • Between 19 March and 30 April 2020, as a safety precaution due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Vietnam, Vietnam Television temporarily suspended the overnight timeslot on VTV3, along with most VTV channels, and limited the broadcast time to 19 hours per day.

VTV3 HD

VTV3 became the first channel of VTV and the first commercial television channel in Vietnam to have an HD simulcast. VTV3 HD was soft-launched from 31 March 2013 to mark VTV3's 17th anniversary and was officially launched on 1 June 2013. Most programs broadcast by VTV3 since 2013 are in HDTV with a 16:9 picture format.

List of programs currently broadcast by VTV3

Details: List of television programmes broadcast by Vietnam Television (VTV)

  • Cà phê sáng với VTV3 (Morning Café with VTV3)
  • Ai là triệu phú - Who Wants To Be A Millionaire
  • Không giới hạn - Sasuke Vietnam (Sasuke Vietnam: Unlimited or Vietnamese Ninja Warrior)
  • Vui - Khoẻ - Có ích (Be Happy, Be Well & Be Meaningful, November 2004 – present)
  • Đường lên đỉnh Olympia (Road to Mount Olympia/Digital LG Quiz Vietnam)
  • Tường lửa - The Wall

Former

  1. Bố ơi! Mẹ thích gì? (2014-2016)
  2. Chiếc nón kỳ diệu - Wheel of Fortune (2001-2016)
  3. Hãy chọn giá đúng - The Price Is Right (2004-2020)
  4. Trò chơi âm nhạc - The Lyrics Board - Don't Forget The Lyrics (2002-2015)
  5. Hành Khách Cuối Cùng - The Last Passenger (2007-2009)

Sports

See also

Notes

References

This page was last edited on 7 October 2021, at 10:17
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