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Xinjiang Television Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xinjiang_Television

Xinjiang Television (XJTV)
TypeBroadcast
Country
Official website
www.xjtvs.com.cn

Xinjiang Television (XJTV) (simplified Chinese: 新疆电视台; traditional Chinese: 新疆電視台; pinyin: Xīnjiāng Diànshìtái; Uighur: شىنجاڭ تېلېۋىزىيە ئىستانسى, romanizedShinjang Tëlëviziye Istansi; Kazakh: شينجياڭ تەلەۆيزيا, romanized: Şinjiaŋ Televiziya) is a local television network station in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, China. It is the major television station in Xinjiang and is located in the capital Ürümqi. It was founded and started to broadcast on October 1, 1970. XJTV currently broadcasts in Mandarin, Uyghur, Kazakh, Kyrgyz and Mongolian languages. In May 2019, Xinjiang Television signed a strategic cooperation and technical assistance agreement with Huawei.[1]

TV Channel[edit]

  • Xinjiang TV Chinese 新疆卫视(汉语)
  • Xinjiang TV Uyghur 新疆卫视(维吾尔语)
  • Xinjiang TV Kazakh 新疆卫视(哈萨克语)
  • Chinese Variety channel(汉语综艺频道)
  • Uyghur Variety channel(维吾尔语综艺频道)
  • Chinese Drama channel(汉语影视频道)
  • Chinese Economic-life channel(汉语经济生活频道)
  • Kazakh Variety channel(哈萨克语综艺频道)
  • Uyghur Economic-life channel(维吾尔语经济生活频道)
  • Sport Health channel(体育健康频道)
  • Law Information channel(法制信息频道)
  • Children channel(少儿频道)
  • Tianshan Theatre channel(天山剧场频道)
  • Entertainment Baza channel(娱乐巴扎频道)
  • Education Online channel(教育在线频道)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Mapping more of China's tech giants: AI and surveillance". Australian Strategic Policy Institute. 28 November 2019. Retrieved 2020-01-20.

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