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Radio Television Brunei (Malay: Radio Televisyen Brunei, Jawi: راديو تيليۏيشين بروني, officially abbreviated as RTB) is the national public broadcaster of Brunei. Radio Brunei made its first broadcast on 2 May 1957,[1] with a television service starting on 1 March 1975. Radio Television Brunei monopolises the free-to-air television in the country, and also radio until 1999, when the country's only commercial radio station, Kristal FM was founded. Currently, it operates 3 television channels and 5 radio stations. The network's logo was based from the national emblem of Brunei.

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Radio Television Brunei (RTB)
TypeGovernment Department
BrandingRadio Televisyen Brunei (RTB)
Country
First air date
2 May 1957
AvailabilityNationwide (also available in Malaysia through the border in the northern part of the state of Sarawak and the island territory of Labuan) and also worldwide through its international television channel, RTB Sukmaindera
Founded2 May 1957 (2 May 1957)
Radio stationsNasional FM (Brunei), Pelangi FM, Pilihan FM, Harmoni FM and Nur Islam FM
HeadquartersSecretariat Building, Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei
4.8907905°N 114.9404052°E / 4.8907905; 114.9404052
AreaBrunei
OwnerGovernment of Brunei
ParentPrime Minister's Office of Brunei
RTB Perdana, RTB Aneka, RTB Sukmaindera
Official website
rtb.gov.bn
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