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Cameroon Radio Television

Cameroon Radio Television
Industry Television broadcasting
Predecessor(s) Cameroon Television and Cameroon Department of Radio Broadcasting
Founded 1987
Area served Cameroon
Key people Amadou Vamoulke, General Manager
Owner(s) Government of Cameroon
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Cameroon Radio Television (CRTV) is a major radio and television broadcasting company in Cameroon.

CRTV is a government-controlled radio and television service in Cameroon. It initially started as Cameroon Television (CTV) and later merged with the radio service to become known as CRTV. It covers all the ten regions of Cameroon rendering it the indomitable broadcaster amongst a number of private television stations in the country. Its coverage of events is generally viewed as pro-government.

Much of the coverage is done in French, although there is some English programming as well, given that the country is bilingual. CRTV programmes include home-produced documentaries, magazines, news analysis, and imported series from Asia and Brazil.

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External links

  • Official website
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