Telekom Television Limited’s national network comprises twelve (12) VHF and one (1) UHF terrestrial free-to-air stations within the broadcast territory of Solomon Islands.
Australia’s television spectrum standards are adopted in Solomon Islands.
Telekom Television’s first HD digital VHF channel was launched in May 2014.
Solomon Islands, a member of the Commonwealth of Nations, is an extensive group of islands in the South Pacific Ocean east of Papua New Guinea and covers an area of 28,896 sq km.
Telekom Television – trading under “ TTV ” branding – broadcasts in the Capital City of Honiara on Guadalcanal Island and the provincial centres of Western, Malaita, and Temotu.
TTV maintains extensive earth station and master control room facilities in the capital city of Honiara and employs both satellite and microwave feeds to provincial transmitters.
Stations carry a balanced 24 hour schedule with a strong emphasis on world and regional news, current affairs, and sport which has included World Cup Football, English Premier League, the Olympic Games and a variety of regional sports competitions.
TTV supports the work of ABU’s Copyright Committee as an active participant in is affairs and meetings.
Telekom Television Limited is wholly owned by Solomon Telekom Company Limited and commenced broadcasting in 1998.