China Central Television
Satellite television and
|When it was created||2 September 1958|
|Headquarters||Beijing, People's Republic of China|
|Key people||Jiao Li (President)
Zhang Changming (Vice-President)
|Things made||Television content, television programming|
|Operating income||RMB 1.12 Billion|
|Parent||State Administration of Radio, Film, and Television|
CCTV has a network of 19 channels. Each channel broadcasts different programs to more than one billion viewers. The CCTV programs are a mixture of documentary, comedy, entertainment, and drama.
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CCTV Peking (Beijing) Television (北京电视台) broadcast its first program on September 2, 1958.
The network changed its name to CCTV on May 1, 1978.
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