|Availability||Guangzhou and neighbouring cities|
Mandarin (select programmes only)
The Guangzhou Broadcasting Network (Chinese: 广州广播电视台; pinyin: Guǎngzhōu Guǎngbò Diànshìtái; Jyutping: Gwong2zau1gwong2bo3din6si6toi4), also known as GZBN, is a municipally-owned television network in Guangzhou, Guangdong, People's Republic of China. The television department made its first broadcast on 10 January 1988, while radio department made its first broadcast on 1 December 1991. The GZBN is also owns a cable company and a showbiz newspaper, and owns Sky Link TV in the US.
- Guangzhou TV General (Chinese: 广州综合频道): launched on 1988 with news, TV series, entertainment, lifestyle and public affairs programming. Available in SD and HD
- Guangzhou TV News (Chinese: 广州新闻频道): launched on 1992 with local news and documentaries. Available in SD and HD
- Guangzhou TV Drama (Chinese: 广州影视频道): launched on 1994 with TV series, currently airs Canto-dubbed series. Available in SD and HD
- Guangzhou TV Sport (Chinese: 广州竞赛频道): launched on 1994 with simulcasts of Star Sports Network, now the partner and home broadcaster of local basketball team Guangzhou Long-Lions. Available in SD and HD
- Guangzhou TV Legal (Chinese: 广州法治频道): launched on 1994 with the name Guangzhou TV Economic, currently airs Mandarin TV series and legal programming.
- Guangzhou TV Lifestyle (Chinese: 广州生活频道): launched on 1994, previously airs English-language programming under the name "I Channel" from 2005 to 2014.
- Guangzhou TV Kids (Chinese: 广州少儿频道): launched on 2005 with kids' programming mostly in Mandarin.
- Guangzhou TV Shopping (Chinese: 广州购物频道): launched on 2006 with teleshopping and infomercials from different companies.
- News Radio (FM 96.2MHz, Chinese: 广州新闻电台): News and talk format
- Car Music Radio (FM 102.7MHz, Chinese: 广州汽车音乐电台): music format
- Traffic Radio (FM 106.1MHz & AM 1098kHz, Chinese: 广州交通电台): traffic updates, also served as the emergency broadcasting service "Guangzhou Emergency Radio" (Chinese: 广州应急广播)
- Teens Radio (FM 88.0MHz & AM 1170kHz, Chinese: 青少年广播): music format under the My FM China branding, also known as "Guangzhou My FM88.0"
- Guangdong Radio and Television - using the name Guangzhou Television from 1959 to 1979
- Guangzhou TV Tower
- Guangzhou Television Cantonese controversy
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