Radio and Television Arts, the undergraduate broadcasting program at Ryerson University in Toronto
Radio Television Afghanistan, the state-owned broadcasting corporation of Afghanistan
RTA TV, a main Afghan TV channel
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Afghanistan National Television (Persian: تلویزیون ملی Telvizoon-e Milli Afganistan, Pashto: ملی تلویزیون Da Afganistan Milli Telvizoon) is the state-owned television channel in Afghanistan, launched in 1977 and part of the Radio Television Afghanistan (RTA) public broadcaster.
RTA became famous worldwide when Afghan President Hamid Karzai made a live speech to the world minutes after dozens of insurgents attempted to assassinate him at an Afghan military parade. The assassination attempt was thwarted by the Afghan National Army. The scene of the attempt was also broadcast live to RTA viewers in Afghanistan and picked up by the international media.
Afghanistan National Television became available in Europe, Middle East, North Africa Africa Asia Pacific and North America on 5 January 2008. The channel’s broadcasting hours were 06:00 to 00:00 (local Afghan time), corresponding to 01:30 to 19:30 UTC. Later in 2008, RTA became a 24-hour channel, and this allowed viewers internationally to watch it at more convenient hours. As of 2018, it is no longer broadcast by satellite in Europe.
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