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Media Release Triangle Broadens International Cont

Triangle Television is delighted to announce an increase in Chinese programming from May 26 when the free-to-air channel will broadcast two hours of Chinese programming per day, six days per week.

"We’re very pleased to be adding further Chinese programmes to our already broad range of international content," says Triangle Television CEO Jim Blackman.

The non-commercial channel broadcasts programmes produced by and for Auckland’s Indian, Chinese, Iranian, Korean, Samoan and Tongan communities.

Programmes are currently broadcast in a variety of languages including Hindi, Mandarin, Cantonese, Korean, Farsi, Tongan, Samoan, Maori, Italian, German, French and English.

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For further information please contact: Erin Johnson Triangle Television Ph: (09) 376-5030 Email: info@tritv.co.nz

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