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Hang Meas HDTV

Launched in January 2012, Hang Meas TV is a free-to-air terrestrial television channel broadcasting from Phnom Penh. It has a nationwide coverage and can be accessed online and by satellite. It belongs to Hang Meas Video Company, one of the first production houses in Cambodia, which was established in 1994.

The programming focuses mainly on entertainment. However, its morning news time slot is the most popular for its viewers [CMRD, 2015]. In urban areas, Hang Meas TV is as popular as Bayon TV [BBC Media Action, 2014]. Hang Meas TV has a sister channel called Reaksmey Hang Meas TV and 2 affiliated radio stations.

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Free-to-air (VHF)

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Hang Meas Video Company Co., LTD


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Street Tiger Factory, Bos Angkanh Village, Sangkat Prek Eng, Khan Chbar Ampeou, Phnom Penh, Cambodia (PHONE) 023 4523 333 (MAIL) (WEB)

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The Cambodian media landscape counts at least two new outlets, a TV and a newspaper. Since the former started its daily activity and the latter its broadcasting in 2015, MOM decided not to include as most relevant medium. With less than a year of existence, the audience shares would not be representative of their popularity.

It can be highlighted, however, that their growth is taking place rapidly and their strategy seems more aggressive than the existing media on the market. Both are now hiring journalists and newsroom staffs from existing newsrooms, heightening the competition on both TV and print sectors, which are already highly concentrated.