Campinian State Television

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Campinische Staatstelevisie
Campinian State Television
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Type Broadcaster
Country Campinia
Availability Nationwide
Owner Campinian Government
Key people Thimo Lodewijk, Director General
Established 22 September 2016
Channels
Television Campinia Een
Campinia Twee
Radio TBA

the Campinian State Television (Campinische Staatstelevisie), commonly abbreviated as CSTV, is the predominant state television broadcaster in the Principality of Campinia. CSTV has a network of 2 channels (Campinia Een and Campinia Twee) broadcasting different programmes and is accessible to more than one billion viewers. Most of its programmes are a mixture of news, documentary, social education, comedy, entertainment, and drama,



Channels

Campinia Een

Campinia Een (Campinia One) is the main channel of CSTV, It provides public broadcasting and currently exists next to sister channel Campinia Twee. It only broadcasts in Dutch and its meant for the Campinian population. Unlike Campinia Twee, Campinia Een broadcasts only 18 hours each day from 6:00 until 0:00. There is another exception, for the emergency events in Campinia at night or daytime most of the biggest productions of Campinian public broadcasting television programs are shown on Campinia Een, sometimes called the flagship of the CSTV

Campinia Twee

Campinia Twee, (Campinia Two) is the international channel, with various foreign micronational TV shows planned to be shown.