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Kantipur Television Network

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Kantipur Television, popularly known as KTV, is a private television station based in Kathmandu, Nepal.[1] The Chairman and Managing director is Kailash Sirohiya. Launched in July 2003, KTV is licensed for terrestrial and satellite transmission.

Kantipur Television HD
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Launched July 2003
Network Broadcast television, satellite, optical and online
Owned by Kantipur Television Network Pvt. Ltd
Picture format 16:9 (1080p, HDTV)
Country Nepal
Broadcast area Nepal and abroad
Headquarters Thapathali, Kathmandu, Nepal
Website Kantipur Television
Streaming media
Kantipur Television

Kantipur Television's head office is located in Tinkune.

KTV celebrated its 14th anniversary on 12 July 2017. The company have run the next sister channel called Kantipur Gold from February 2015. The channel Kantipur Gold, however was stopped from December 2016. During the anniversary, many journalists and best workers of the company were awarded. The network started broadcasting in HD from 14 December 2017.


List of programmesEdit

Program Genre
Taal Entertainment
Call Kantipur Entertainment
Song - Videos Music
Baliyo Ghar Reconstruction Based
Double Trouble Entertainment
Harke Haldar Entertainment
Ditha Sab Entertainment
BBC Sajha Sawal Current affairs
Kantipur Aja Current affairs
Fireside Current affairs
Sarokar News and poilitics
Scoreboard Sports
Rajatpat Entertainment
Kilo Tango Mike Police procedural drama
Life Is Beautiful Entertainment
Music Mela Entertainment
Ghum Gham Entertainment
Countdown Kantipur Entertainment
Disha Nirdesh Current affairs
Rise and Shine Morning show
News in English News
News in Nepali News
SamaKoodh Current affairs
Paribartan Current affairs
What The Flop Comedy
Frame by Frame Kollywood news and entertainment
Countdown Kantipur Music
Tiffin Box Music
2pm film Film
M&S Nepal Weekly magazine
Jodhaa akabar birbal tansen mugal Drama
Twakka Tukka Returns Comedy


First Kantipur TV logo used from 2003 to 2017
Current Kantipur TV logo used from 2017 - present


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