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PPCTV Co., Ltd.

 PPCTV Co., Ltd.

PPCTV (Phnom Penh Municipal Cable TV) is the first and leading provider of Cable TV service and broadband Internet in Cambodia. PPCTV was founded September 1995 and established Cable Service and Internet Service operations that provide an extensive range of consumer products and services in Phnom Penh, Kampot and Sihanouk Province.


Sok Chamroeun is the owner, Director, and CEO of Phnom Penh Cable Television (PPCTV) Co., LTD, that operates CTV8, a free-to-air channel. Sok also heads Angkor Cable Television, LTD (AKCTV), the main cable TV provider in Siem Reap and Kompong Thom provinces, and CKCTV Cable TV in Sihanoukville.


In 2009, he was granted a license by the Ministry of Information to distribute online TV (IPTV) over its fiber-optic network, creating a monopoly in the sector. The same year, he was appointed as Advisor to the Ministry of Information, a position equal to Director General. He is also a member of The Cambodian Red Cross’s committee, an organization run by the wife of Cambodia's Prime Minister. He holds the titles of Excellency and Oknha.

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Cable TV service , broadband Internet


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Angkor Cable Television

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Sok Chamroeun


No. 316, Monivong Boulevard, St. 93, Sangkat Chaktomuk, Khan Daun Penh, Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia (PHONE) 023 666 333 9

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