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  • Introduction to CommunicationTelevision 20128005 Angirmaa
  • Contents• Television definition• Mongolian Television History (Mongolian First TV Channel)• Today’s Televisions in Mongolia
  • What does television mean? From the Greek words meaning "from faraway" and "to see", it means a device to whicha picture and sound can be broadcast by meansof radio waves or a cable.
  • Television Definition Television (TV) is a telecommunication medium fortransmitting and receiving moving images that canbe monochrome (black-and-white) or colored, with or withoutaccompanying sound. "Television" may also refer specifically toa television set, television programming, or televisiontransmission.
  • Mongolian First Television ChannelThe Mongolian National Broadcaster is the official , state-funded television channel inMongolia. The broadcast hours are 17 hours a day, from 7:00 to midnight. On September27th,1967 , The Mongolian National Television started broadcasts, and with it startedMongolian TV Broadcasting. Initially all programmers were broadcast live but in December1971 the Mongolian TV studios opened and an other important step towards improving thequality of the images and enabling the pre-recording of documentaries and short films astaken. This in turn enabled the broadcast scheduled to become much more varied andentertaining. Since the 1980s Mongolian National Broadcaster began working with a newgeneration of equipment made in Japan, France and Russia and this, along with a new TVcenter being put into commission, made the transition to color possible.
  • →continueUntil the mid 1980s programs were only watched by a small percentageof the population but with the help of radio relay lines reception wasextended. In 1991 it began broadcasting via the Asia sat satellite and thisallowed its programs to be received in even the remotest parts ofMongolia. Today some 70% of the country’s population watch thenational TV channel.
  • Televisions in Mongolia Mongolian National Broadcaster : Mongolian First Television Ulaanbaatar Broadcasting System Channel 25: Mongolian First Independent TV
  • TV9: The first channel inMongolia to broadcast 24hours a day.TV5: Mongolian first Internet TV channel Mongolian First Edutainment TV
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