Overview

Vietnam Television (VTV) is a government agency, a state broadcaster which main duties are: informing and disseminating the Communist Party’s orientations and guidelines, and the state policies and legislation; contributing to educate the people and raising their intellectual level, enriching the people’s spiritual life with television programs and other journalistic mediums and multi-media communication platforms.

Vietnam Television operations are chartered by the government decree No. 02/2018/NĐ-CP issued on April 1, 2018 defining the functions, duties, authorities and organizational structure of Vietnam Television.

Vietnam Television is a government agency operating as a corporation in terms of funding, staff and wage management. Vietnam Television pays taxes and contributes to the state budget as stipulated by law.

First broadcast date: September 7, 1970

History of development Important milestones of

Vietnam Television

Leaders of

Vietnam Television

General Director:

Tran Binh Minh

Deputy General Directors

Nguyen Thanh Luong

Deputy General Directors

Lam Khiet Tuong

Deputy General Directors

Nguyen Thi Thu Hien

Deputy General Directors

Dinh Dac Vinh

VTV’s free-to-air

channels

Pay TV

channels

VTV International Bureaus