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Sanlih E-Television

Sanlih E-Television
Type Nationwide cable TV network
Branding SET
Country Republic of China (Taiwan)
First air date
Sep 1993
Availability Taiwan
Founded May 1983
Broadcast area
Area Taiwan
Official website
SETTV building in Neihu, Taipei

Sanlih Entertainment Television or Sanlih E-Television (SET; Chinese: 三立電視; pinyin: Sānlì Diànshì; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Saⁿ-li̍p Tiān-sī) is a nationwide cable TV network operated in Taiwan which was founded in May 1983. It also produces Taiwanese drama that are broadcast on free-to-air channels e.g. Taiwan Television (TTV).

In terms of political orientation, Sanlih leans heavily towards the Pan-Green Coalition.

SET channels

SET currently offers four subsidiary channels:


See also

External links

  • (Chinese) SET official website
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