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Doordarshan
Negara
KetersediaanSeluruh negara
Ibu pejabatNew Delhi, Delhi
PemilikPrasar Bharati
Orang penting
A. Surya Prakash, Pengerusi
Tarikh pelancaran
15 September 1959; 60 tahun yang lalu (1959-09-15)
Nama lama
All India Radio
Format gambar
576i (4:3 SDTV)
1080i (16:9 HDTV)
Laman sesawang
www.doordarshan.gov.in

Doordarshan (singkatan DD) ialah rangkaian perkhidmatan awam autonomi[1] diasaskan oleh Kerajaan India, dimiliki oleh Kementerian Penyiaran India dan salah satu dua pembahagian Prasar Bharati.[2] Salah satu pertubuhan penyiaran terbesar di India, ia ditubuhkan pada 15 September 1959.[3]

Senarai saluran[sunting | sunting sumber]

Saluran kebangsaan[sunting | sunting sumber]

Nama Program Bahasa
DD National General Entertainment Hindi & Inggeris
DD News News Hindi & Inggeris
DD India News Inggeris
DD Sports Sports Hindi & Inggeris
DD Bharati Art & Cultural Infotainment Hindi & Inggeris
DD Kisan Agricultural Infotainment Hindi
DD Urdu Infotainment Urdu

Saluran serantau[sunting | sunting sumber]

Nama Bahasa Serantau
DD Arunprabha Hindi & English Arunachal Pradesh
DD Bangla Bengali West Bengal
DD Bihar Hindi & Bihari Bihar
DD Chandana Kannada Karnataka
DD Girnar Gujarati Gujarat
DD Kashir Kashmiri & Urdu Jammu and Kashmir
DD Madhya Pradesh Hindi Madhya Pradesh
DD Malayalam Malayalam Kerala
DD North East Assamese, Hindi & English Northeast India
DD Odia Odia Odisha
DD Podhigai Tamil Tamil Nadu
DD Punjabi Punjabi Punjab
DD Rajasthan Hindi & Rajasthani Rajasthan
DD Sahyadri Marathi Maharashtra
DD Saptagiri Telugu Andhra Pradesh
DD Uttar Pradesh Hindi Uttar Pradesh
DD Yadagiri Telugu Telangana

Rangkaian negeri[sunting | sunting sumber]

Nama Bahasa Serantau
DD Chhattisgarh Hindi Chhattisgarh
DD Haryana Hindi Haryana
DD Himachal Pradesh Hindi Himachal Pradesh
DD Jharkhand Hindi Jharkhand
DD Manipur Manipuri Manipur
DD Meghalaya Khasi & English Meghalaya
DD Mizoram Mizo Mizoram
DD Nagaland English Nagaland
DD Tripura Bengali & Kokborok Tripura
DD Uttarakhand Hindi Uttarakhand

UT Network[sunting | sunting sumber]

Name Languages Region
DD Andaman and Nicobar Hindi, Bengali, Tamil, Telugu & Malayalam Andaman and Nicobar Islands
DD Chandigarh Hindi & Punjabi Chandigarh
DD Dadra and Nagar Haveli Hindi, Gujarati & Marathi Dadra and Nagar Haveli
DD Daman and Diu Hindi, Gujarati and Marathi Daman and Diu
DD Delhi Hindi Delhi
DD Lakshadweep Malayalam Lakshadweep
DD Pondicherry Tamil, Telugu & Malayalam Puducherry

Saluran yang ditutup atau dinamakan semula[sunting | sunting sumber]

  • DD 2 (1984–1993): Renamed DD Metro.
  • DD Metro (1993–2003): Converted to DD News.
  • Metro Gold (October 2000 – September 2001): Aired on DD Metro.
  • DD International (March 1995 – September 2000): Renamed DD World.
  • DD World (September 2000 – January 2002): Renamed DD India.
  • DD CNNi (30 June 1995 – 31 May 1997)
  • DD 3 (1995–1996): Merged with DD Movie Club and renamed DD3-Movie Club.
  • DD Movie Club (1995–1996): Merged with DD 3 and renamed DD3-Movie Club.
  • DD3-Movie Club (1996–1998): Converted to DD Sports.

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