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Hanoi Radio Television
Hanoi Radio Television (Vietnamese:Đài phát thanh và truyền hình Hà Nội) is the official radio and television network of Hanoi, Vietnam. Its headquarters is on Huỳnh Thúc Kháng Boulevard, and Đống Đa District represents its network logo.
It currently owns 1 radio channel and 3 television channels:
Hanoi Radio: the first broadcast channel of the network
Hanoi1: Hanoi TV 1, previously Hanoi TV, originally the network's sole televised channel. It was modified as a news and social channel after the installment of Hanoi 2.
Hanoi2: Hanoi TV 2, previously Ha Tay TV (HTV). It changed its name after the 2008 geographical merge of Hà Tây Province into Hanoi. It now serves as an entertainment and financial channel.
Hanoi Cable Network Television (HCaTV), a premium channel.
In October 14, 1954 launch Hanoi Radio.
On January 6, 1978,Hanoi People's Committee decided the 41/QDTC to Hanoi Radio open the Television service.The television service launched on 1 January 1979 at 2PM (GMT+7). The old ident looks same with Bac Ninh Television (because Bac Ninh merge with Ha Tay to Ha Bac). Originally, it is the 45 minutes programmes block on VTV. Now the channel broadcast for 18 hours and 30 minutes per day.
Hanoi (/hæˈnɔɪ/ or US/həˈnɔɪ/; Vietnamese: Hà Nội [ha˨˩ nɔj˩]) is the capital of Vietnam and the country's second largest city. Its population in 2009 was estimated at 2.6 million for urban districts and 7 million for the metropolitan jurisdiction. The number of population in 2015 was estimated at 7.7 million people. From 1010 until 1802, it was the most important political centre of Vietnam. It was eclipsed by Huế, the imperial capital of Vietnam during the Nguyễn Dynasty (1802–1945), but Hanoi served as the capital of French Indochina from 1902 to 1954. From 1954 to 1976, it was the capital of North Vietnam, and it became the capital of a reunified Vietnam in 1976, after the North's victory in the Vietnam War.
Hanoï is the sixth live album by Frenchnew wave band Indochine. It was released in February 2007. It is a recording of a performance that took place on 6 June 2006. The album takes its name from the location of the concert, Hanoi, Vietnam.
Hanoi is the fifteenth novel in the long-running Nick Carter-Killmaster series of spy novels. Carter is a US secret agent, code-named N-3, with the rank of Killmaster. He works for AXE – a secret arm of the US intelligence services.
The book was first published in 1966 (Number A182F) by Award Books part of the Beacon-Signal division of Universal Publishing and Distributing Corporation (New York, USA), part of the Conde Nast Publications Inc. The novel was written by Valerie Moolman. Copyright was registered on 1 February 1966.
In the hot-spot capitol of North Vietnam, Killmaster is caught in the mesh of a deadly plan to dominate the world!
Officers of the US Special Forces discover a secret camp in North Vietnam near Hanoi. The camp is guarded by Chinese soldiers and houses a group of German scientists, led by Ulric Krutch, who are working on a top secret rocket programme.
A new rocket has been perfected that can deliver a payload into earth orbit. The team of scientists is waiting for Dr Erich Burgdorf to arrive from Buenos Aires with plans for a triggering device that will release a secondary component carrying a secret payload after the rocket has reached orbit.
CousinsJeff and Sam Reed have often wondered what life would have been like had their uncle, Maj. JamesWilliam (Bill) Reed made it home from Vietnam... The two even double dated a couple of times ... It really really hurt." ... Sam recalls that it was around 1972, when planes started bringing prisoners of war home from Hanoi and the returns was televised.