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There' re two TV stations: Myanmar and Myawaddy TV with programmes from 7 am to 4 pm and from 4 pm to 11 pm. The Myawaddy was founded on March 27, 1995. Now there' s more, MRTV3, MRTV4 and Channel 5. M-RTV 3 - British programmes are broadcast to Myanmar audiences from 9:00 to 10:00. 13:00 to 14:00, 18:00 to 19:00 and 02:00 to 04:00.
The Ministry has also transferred the pm MRI 3 programmes to the web with web-based IPTV via the Myanma Posts and Telecommunications gate. M-RTV 4 contains non-formal educational and other entertaining programmes. However, it can be adapted for reception from MMBox (Myanmar Media Box). Kanal 5 - Broadcasts films in various tongues such as English, Mandarin, Hindi, etc., but all films are captioned in Myanmar.
There' also great comic programmes for the kids. Myanmar Ah Lin and Kye mon in Myanmar and The New Light of Myanmar in English are featured in Yangon and The Yadanabon News in Myanmar in Mandalay. The Myanmar Times Journal (English version) is circulated every Monday and the Myanmar version every Friday.
The two periodicals are printed in Yangon. Local periodicals Golden Myanmar, Myanmar Chronicle and Myanmar Perspective are available in bookstores. Myanmar Radio is broadcasting English on the following program: From 1 January 2002, the new City FM will broadcast every day from 08:00 to 10:00 and from 13:00 to 17:00.
The City FM is broadcasting from 7 o'clock in the mornings until 21 o'clock in the evenings. Burma & English music, entertainments, face-to-face interview with movie celebrities are broadcasted on this channel. You will find amusement centres such as cinemas, theatres and karaoke pubs. In the Karaweik Hall there are also traditional dance sessions where the local people are entertained with various Myanmar-dancing.