|Type||Television and radio network|
|Slogan||Намора но Кансонг (Namor's Network)|
|Owner||Government of Namor|
|Parent||Namorese State Broadcasting Corporation|
|Established||NMR 2285 (radio)|
NMR 2300 (television)
|News broadcasting||PTH Sintu|
|Sports broadcasting||PTH Yansut|
|International broadcasting||PTH World|
Namorese Radiotelevision (Радийотеле Намора tr. Radiyotele Namora), commonly known as PTH (the syllabic abbreviation of its Shintzi name РадийоTеле Намора) is the public broadcaster of Namor. It is owned by the Namorese government through the Namorese State Broadcasting Corporation (NSBC), which remains the largest shareholder of the network. PTH is available to 301 million households (94.3% of all households with at least one television set) in Namor, making it the most accessible broadcasting network in the country.
The precursor to PTH was the Voice of the Namorese People (VNP), a radio station launched by the Liberationists following the resumption of the Namorese Civil War in NMR 2285. VNP became the primary radio broadcaster in Namor after the Liberationists seized power.
To commemorate the 10th anniversary of the People's Republic of Namor, the government launched Namorese Central Television (NCTV) in NMR 2300.
Despite sharing the same owner, VNP and NCTV operated independently of each other until NMR 2308, when Defense Minister Shi Lasha orchestrated the Hai Nang Incident in opposition to the Green Fever. While NCTV toed the party line and condemned the rebellion outright, VNP expressed sympathy for Shi and attributed the incident to "excesses" of the Fever. President-General Kiang Su responded to VNP's coverage of the incident by claiming that the haute bourgeoisie had "hijacked" the station. He ordered the merger of VNP and NCTV to ensure "ideological cohesion" within the media, formally establishing PTH. Kiang then placed PTH under the control of the Ministry of Information - an executive ministry - to prevent the network from spreading propaganda for his opponents.
PTH began color television broadcasts in NMR 2310 ahead of Kiang's second inauguration as President-General.
After Kiang's downfall, PTH was granted more independence from the party - a move that was ironically facilitated by Kiang's efforts to place the broadcaster under state control. During the presidency of Antelope Gelai, PTH's programs helped promote the administration's economic and political reforms. Additionally, PTH started producing dramas that were not politically-themed, such as the Namorese Mythology series which earned PTH widespread popularity.
PTH World Radio was launched in NMR 2336 in the wake of the Third Namo-Luziycan War as part of a drive to develop Namor's soft power. PTH World Radio originally had services in four languages (English, French, Katranjian and Luziycan), but later expanded to over 50 languages. Funding for Katranjian and Luziycan-language programs on PTH were slashed to accommodate Voice of Velkia, a separate government-funded broadcaster.
|PTH 1||The flagship channel of PTH TV, PTH 1 broadcasts news, drama, documentaries and sport. It is home to PTH's 30-minute news bulletins, which are broadcast daily at 9 pm, 12 pm, 3 pm and 10 pm.|
|PTH 2||PTH 2 broadcasts business news, comedies, Namorese operas and programs for young adults.|
|PTH 3||PTH 3 specializes in programming directed at ethnic minorities. The channel features news bulletins, dramas and documentaries in various minority languages.|
|PTH Jinfu||PTH Jinfu broadcasts proceedings of the Namorese government, including sessions of the Central Council and press conferences of the President-General. It also covers events held by political parties.|
|PTH Sintu||PTH Sintu is a 24-hour news channel.|
|PTH Nonin||PTH Nonin specializes in programming for children ages 13 and under.|
|PTH Yansut||PTH Yansut is PTH's sports network. Some of its programs are occasionally featured in other PTH channels.|
|PTH TV World||PTH TV World is directed at an international audience. It broadcasts in English, French and Namorese (for overseas Namorese viewers).|
|Voice of the Namorese People||"Voice of the Namorese People" is the flagship station of PTH Radio. Most of its programs consist of news and commentary.|
|Music Radio 1||One of two music stations in PTH Radio, Music Radio 1 specializes in Namorese pop (N-pop) music and world music.|
|Music Radio 2||Music Radio 2 specializes in classical music, particularly traditional Namorese music.|
|Ethnic Radio||Ethnic Radio is PTH Radio's service for ethnic minorities. It broadcasts in the languages of Namor's autonomous republics, with a broadcast in each language lasting two to three hours daily.|
|Voice of Rejuvenation||Originally launched as the Voice of Unification, the station serves as PTH's Peitoa service. Since the reunification of Peitoa, Voice of Rejuvenation has focused on news concerning Peitoa and programs that promote understanding between Peitoans and mainland Namorese.|
|Voice of Minjianese||24-hour Minjianese language radio station.|
|Voice of Tuhaoese||24-hour Tuhaoese language radio station.|
|Voice of Txotai||Voice of Txotai is a Luziycan-language service directed at Txotai's ethnic Otekian audience. It is the newest of PTH's programs for ethnic minorities, launched in the aftermath of the June 28 Attacks with the goal of countering separatist propaganda.|
PTH World Radio
PTH World Radio is a vast domestic and international network that broadcasts in 56 languages, including Namorese. Most of the stations are broadcast via shortwave radio, although a few FM and AM stations exist in countries with a large Namorese population.