Myanmar Radio and Television (မြန်မာ့အသံနှင့်ရုပ်မြင်သံကြာ), formerly the Burma Broadcasting Service (BBS), is the parent of state-run Myanmar Radio National Service, and a television channel. The television channels are broadcast from its broadcast centre in Kamayut, Yangon. The radio service is now broadcast primarily from Naypyidaw.
TeleAsturias fue fundada en 1998 por Rodolfo Cachero.1 Contó hasta con 80 profesionales en sus filas e hizo contenidos de debates, cine, cultura, deportes, teletienda, videncia, un late-night informativo nocturno pionero en las televisiones asturianas y "Redacción TeleAsturias" (informativo) que ofrece noticias a través de cuatro ediciones diarias. En la actualidad solo emite por Telecable2 y apenas se ve en la región.
Korean Central Television (KCTV 조선중앙텔레비죤) is a television service operated by the Korean Central Broadcasting Committee, a state-owned broadcaster in North Korea. It is the only official source of television news for North Koreans. KCTV was established on 1 September 1953 as Pyongyang Television after the Korean War ended. Kim Il-sung personally envisioned that the time was ripe for television broadcasting in North Korea, but this was not yet to happen. Thus, the PBN began an 8-year period of preparation for commencement of television broadcasts, with the help of the national government.