What is CCTV (China Central Television )

What is CCTV:

CCTV is the acronym for ” China Central Television ” which stands for Central Television of China, a public television station owned by the Chinese government. CCTV was founded on September 2, 1958 and is headquartered in Beijing. It is one of the largest communications companies in Asia.

CCTV has more than 20 television channels aimed at different audiences. CCTV-1 is the general and main channel, transmitting information, entertainment and fiction.

CCTV – Closed Circuit Television

CCTV is an abbreviation for ” closed-circuit television ” whose meaning is “closed circuit or internal television circuit”. In Portuguese, it is also known by the acronym CCTV. Closed circuit television consists of a television system consisting of cameras located at specific points for the purpose of recording and transmitting images to one or more local or remote monitors.CCTV is used with the main purpose of monitoring certain spaces, which may be private or public (schools, banks, streets, etc.) or even for monitoring of forest areas.


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