The National Assembly Radio and Television Broadcasting Station of Thailand was established on 18 April 1994 in Bangkok. Both radio and television stations belong to the legislative branch of the Thai Government and are under the supervision of the Secretariat of the House of Representatives.
The National Assembly Radio Station had its first broadcast on the day of establishment and officially began to broadcast permanently from 1 November 1994. In 1997, the radio station network expanded to seven provinces and in 1998, they expanded to another seven provinces.
The radio station broadcasts cover sessions of the House of Representatives and the Senate and joint sessions of both Houses. The aim of broadcast programs is to help Thai citizens to understand the democratic regime of the Thai government under the parliamentary system with the King as Head of State and reporting news regarding the legislative duties performance.
Their television station (via satellite) began broadcast on 12 August 2006. The programs broadcast include sessions of the House of Representatives and the Senate and joint House sessions, political issues, programs for children and women and live and recorded social network programs. The television stations broadcast 14 hours daily on two systems – KU-Band and C-Band, covering 77 provinces throughout Thailand. It can also be heard and viewed via www.tvparliament.net and www.radioparliament.net.