ČT24

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ČT24
ČT24 logo.svg
Launched 2 May 2005 (2005-05-02)
Owned by Česká televize
Picture format 16:9
Country Czech Republic
Sister channel(s) ČT1
ČT2
ČT4
Website www.ct24.cz

ČT24 is a 24-hour news channel, owned and operated by Česká televize. Is a 24-hour news channel, with news programme, which broadcasts continually, offering hot news with live material every hour, extended economic and cultural news, discussions, magazines, economic overviews etc. When the DVB-T public service multiplex is brought into full operation, the programme offer of traditional TV channels will be supplemented by additional services – textual information, charts, maps, dictionaries, practical information designed to help the viewers in emergencies and other stress situations, but also a special verbal description of visual scenes for the blind etc.

Broadcast

ČT24 broadcasting live over the internet, as well as over the satellites Astra 3B and Intelsat 10-02. It is also carried on Czech cable-TV providers and digital terrestrial services.

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