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He is planning to offer a mix of news and entertainment on his channel. The Mizzima TV is an online TV content provider run by Burmese journalists from neighbouring Burma (Myanmar).
Burmese BBC Service broadcasts on Mizzima TV Free-on-Air-Kanal
BBC's Burmese service can now be watched on Mizzima TV's recently relaunched free-on-air TV station. The BBC Burmese Service 15-minute television newscast can be watched from Monday to Friday at 20:45. On Mizzima TV free channels and in the day-to-day program directly from London, national and multi-national messages published by the BBC Burmese Service can be watched and include interesting UK affairs and TV features programs.
The Mizzima TV free-on-air television station was started on March 24.
Previous Exiled News outlet issued licenses for State Media Channel
The RANGOON - two former exile newscasters - Demcratic Voice of Burma (DVB) and Mizzima - have been chosen to operate their own Burmese broadcast stations on the state-owned Myanmar Radio and Television (MRTV). At the end of 2016, the Ministry of Information (MOI) called on businesses interested in becoming MRTV publishers.
On Tuesday MRTV informed that the five enterprises have issued broadcast licences. Ltd; Kaung Myanmar Aung Co, Ltd; DVB Multi Media Group, Ltd; and Mizzima Media Co., Ltd. These five were chosen after they had been checked for openness, financial strength, regulatory backgrounds and compliance with the Directives, according to the MRTV in the Communication.
Founded in 1979, MRTV served the former Burmese army regime's publicity for many years. Founded in 1992 by Burmese exile campaigners in Oslo, Norway, DVB has long run satelite radioprogrammes and finally satelite TV programmes from Norway and Thailand before it moved to Burma in 2012.
It' going to have a Burmese electronic trading system. Soe Myint established Mizzima in 1998 in New Delhi, India, who kidnapped a Thai Airways aircraft in 1990 that flew from Bangkok to Rangoon to demonstrate against the former Burmese army regimes. Htut Aung, the group' s president and editor-in-chief, Wai Phyo, are currently on trial after being charged with libel by Rangoon Division' prime Minister Phyo Min Thein.