Myanmar National TV (MNTV) is a 24-hour free-to-air television channel that broadcasts entertainment programs. It is run by Sky Net (Skynet DTH), a satellite television operator in Myanmar. MNTV is one of the popular free-to-air TV channel in Myanmar. MNTV analog network (NTSC) stretched out to an estimated reach of (25.3) million viewers in the most major cities in Myanmar including Capital City Nay Pyi Taw and the other main cities Yangon, Mandalay, Minbu, Pyay, Makehtila, Taungu, Taungyi, Mong Ywar, Mawlamyine, Kyaug Kone. Also Utilizing Skynet DTH receiver, nearly the whole nation can be reached. MNTV is also possible to access through MRTV (DVB-T2) satellite and therefore boosting the estimated viewership to a total of 35.4 million.
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Fates & Furies is a South Korean television series starring Lee Min-jung, Joo Sang-wook, So Yi-hyun and Lee Ki-woo. It aired Monday to Friday on MNTV Channel everyday at 12pm. Even though Goo Hae-Ra (Lee Min-jung) is smart and beautiful, she is in a miserable situation because of her family. Her older sister attempted suicide and her father died. The only way she can escape her situation is with money. She approaches Tae In-Joon (Joo Sang-wook). He is the second son of a shoe company owner. Tae In-Joon falls in love with Goo Hae-Ra. A woman who begins to love under false pretences in order to change her fate. The second son of a Chaebol family who pursues Goo Hae-ra because he considers she is his fate. He also intends to become the owner of his family's company by getting his stepmother and older half-brother out of the way.
Television broadcasting in Myanmar began in 1979 as a test trial in Yangon. The First Myanmar Television Channel is BBS (Now MRTV) and it was launched on 3 June 1980.Regular television service was first formally launched in 1981. Most television channels in the country are broadcast from Yangon. MRTV and MWD are the two Burmese state-owned television networks, providing Burmese-language programming in news and entertainment and broadcasting from Nay Pyi Taw and Yangon. MRTV broadcasts freely 19 channels and MWD broadcasts 8 channels. Other TV channels in Myanmar are MRTV-4 , Channel 7, 5-Plus, ...