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Parliament TV

Parliament TV
File:Ptvnzlogo.PNG
The Parliament TV logo
Launched 9 October 2007
Owned by New Zealand Parliament
Picture format 576i 16:9 (SDTV)
Country  New Zealand
Headquarters Wellington City, New Zealand
Website Freeview|HD Channel 22
Satellite
Freeview Satellite Channel 22
SKY Television Digital Channel 86
Cable
Vodafone Channel 86

Parliament TV is a New Zealand television channel dedicated to airing complete unedited proceedings of the New Zealand House of Representatives live. Kordia manages the channel on behalf of the Parliament of New Zealand.[1] The Parliament TV feed is made freely available to all media companies. It currently broadcasts though media such as TVNZ and MediaWorks NZ, and as streaming video on the Internet. Since 9 October 2007 it is available on Freeview channel 22 and SKY Digital Channel 090.

Programming

TV Guide

New Zealand Parliament - House sitting programme

References

External links

  • Live Broadcast of the House of Representatives, via the parliament website (in Windows Media and QuickTime)
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