LRT televizija

LRT televizija , formerly known as LTV 1, is the flagship television channel of Lithuanian National Radio and Television (Lithuanian: Lietuvos nacionalinis radijas ir televizija / LRT), Lithuanian law does not grant LRT television the status of a public broadcaster. LRT is a state-owned television and radio [2].[2] LRT televizija was launched on 30 April 1957 as LTV (Lietuvos Televizija), and began broadcasting in colour in 1975. The channel was rebranded on 27 July 2012 to LRT televizija. Broadcasting in 16:9 format began on 25 March 2013. A HD version of the channel was launched on 20 January 2014.

LRT televizija
LRT Televizija.png
SloganDaugiau erdvės mintims
Programming
Picture format16:9 (SD, HD)[1]
Ownership
Sister channelsLRT Plius
LRT Lituanica
History
Launched30 April 1957
Former namesLietuvos Programme (1957–1988)
LTV (1990–1998, 2003–2012)
LRT (1998–2003, 2013–present)
Links
Websitehttp://www.lrt.lt/en/channels/ltv
Availability
Streaming media
LRT mediatekahttp://www.lrt.lt/mediateka/tiesiogiai/lrt-televizija
LTV logo 1990-1992
LTV logo 2003-2012

LRT televizija broadcasts an average of 18 hours per day (as of 2014, it is 24 hours per day) and is visible throughout Lithuania, via streaming and via the satellite Sirius 4 and Eastern Europe (one of the Viasat package of encrypted channels).

LRT televizija can be watched free on the internet. However, due to copyright restrictions, only Lithuania is watched through ISP.

ProgrammingEdit

Programming consists of:

  • Information/News – 15%
  • Socio-public and Education – 11%
  • TV Magazines and Journalistic Research – 9.4%
  • Culture – 8%
  • Sport – 3.6%
  • Programmes for Children – 7.4%
  • Entertainment – 0.3%
  • Music – 29.8%
  • Religious programmes – 0.5%
  • Programmes for ethnic minorities – 1%
  • Feature films and series – 14%

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ [1]
  2. ^ "LRT televizija". Squid TV.

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