National State TV and Radio Company today comprises:
- Channel Belarus 1;
- Channel Belarus 2;
- Channel Belarus 3;
- Channel Belarus 4;
- Channel Belarus 5;
- Belarus 24;
- First National Channel of Belarusian Radio;
- Radio Channel Culture;
- Radio Belarus;
- Radio Station Stolitsa;
- Radio Station Radius-FM;
- Five regional broadcasting branches.
National television and radio, as an integral part of the country's history and culture, combine such qualities, intrinsic to Belarusians, as openness, sincerity, and friendliness.
Belarus 1 Channel is:
fast and reliable information about the life inside and outside of the country;
over 100 film premieres a season, diverse collection of feature films, sensational and popular TV series;
big sports broadcasts from major world fora, exclusive sport product.
Having amassed richest traditions, Channel Belarus 1 makes use of the latest production technologies, continues to explore and take into account audience interests and wishes to do everything possible to make sure each viewer goes "This is the First One!" when switching it on.
Channel Belarus 2 was and is created by creative TV and journalism professionals working in different parts of the country. Originally Belarus 2 established itself as the first family channel in Belarus. The main focus was placed on culture. Several seasons later, this concept has somewhat changed. Now Channel Belarus 2 goes beyond the cultural scope to include sports and entertainment in its format.
Belarus 3 is a TV channel of the National State TV and Radio Company of Belarus dedicated to covering the state informational policy in the field of culture. The mission of the TV channel is positioning culture as the aggregate of material and intellectual values of the Republic of Belarus in the modern media sphere. Its principal objective is a trustful conversation about culture in a wide sense of the word.
The idea of creating a regional TV channel Belarus 4 was conceived by Belteleradiocompany and supported by the Ministry of Information and regional executive committees. The new regional television channel is a channel with a single broadcasting network being a platform for all regions of the country under the common title "Belarus 4" and is aired in each of them with the name of the region specified: Belarus 4. Mogilev, Belarus 4. Gomel, Belarus 4. Vitebsk, Belarus 4. Grodno and Belarus 4. Brest.
Belarus 5 is the first Belarusian national sports TV channel dedicated to covering the state informational policy in the field of sport via modern media resources. A healthy lifestyle is one of the priorities of our domestic policy.
The mission of the channel is to form national self-consciousness by promoting healthy lifestyles and achievements of the domestic sport. The most interesting sports events will always be demonstrated on TV channel Belarus 5. The sports division of the TV channel "Belarus 5" tries to cover all major sports events of the globe.
Belarus 24 is the country's first international channel created by BTRC for foreign viewers. Its main goal is to deliver fast and reliable accounts of what is happening in Belarus in different areas. Belarus 24 offers the finest TV, cinema, and video products of the country made over the years.
NTV-Belarus was launched on July 4, 2006.
It retains the best and most beloved shows made by NTV trying to adhere to the NTV concept as much as possible in its format selection.
There will be shown a new series, the world's film classics, and new film premieres.
Owing to modern broadcasting equipment and team professionalism NTV-Belarus supports the quality level attained by NTV in a worthy manner.
Belarusian Radio's calling card is the First National Channel. It's broadcasting policy bases itself on mass scale and accessibility, a great deal of fast and relevant information. The channel works around-the-clock.
Over 80% of the population listen to the First National Channel. This is the highest e-media rating.
To be amongst radio listeners, solve important problems together, rest with fun and use are obligations derived from the motto "Let's be together!".
One of the new key broadcasting priorities of Belarusian Radio is to popularize national and world culture. Channel Culture is successfully working toward that goal. "Radius FM" was launched on July 12, 2003. "Radius FM", aimed at the active part of the population, broadcasts contemporary music, news, and useful information. Its popular DJs create a good mood and give away presents. The radio station runs 24/7 on the whole territory of Belarus. The official website is radium. Radio Station Stolitsa is also popular among listeners, working in the UHF range at the frequency of 72.89 MHz 20 hours a day (from 06:00 to 02:00).
The call sign of the Radio Belarus has been present in the short waves on international air ever since 11 May 1962. At the moment the radio broadcasts its programs in 8 languages. Originally the programs were broadcast in Belarusian. In 1985, broadcasting in German was launched, and in 1998 followed its Russian and English versions. Since 2006 radio has started broadcasting in the Polish. 2010 saw the launch of French and Spanish-language programming, while in 2012 our first programs in Chinese were aired.
Radio Belarus is a source of objective and full information about events in the country on the air and on the Internet!
Belteleradiocompany is a vibrant entity that looks into the future with confidence.