Kentron TV, founded by Multimedia Center Kentron CJSC, was established in 2002. During its 15 years of operation, television has gained a huge and loyal army of viewers, winning the hearts of many viewers with its interesting programs.
Television programs are multi-genre (for news, public-political, entertainment, socio-economic, music, cultural, health sports). Epicenter news program, Co-author and host Zaven Harutunyan and other programs. The broadcast network also includes feature films, documentaries and cartoons.
Shoghakat is a psycho-cultural TV channel. The founder is the Armenian Apostolic Church. It is broadcast 18 hours a day on Hogoor-Cultural Public TV and H1's satellite TV channel. The broadcasting area of the TV channel in the territory of the Republic of Armenia is 90%.The origin of the channel dates back to 1995, when a TV studio was opened in a small room within the prelacy building of the Araratian Pontifical Diocese, initiated by Catholicos Karekin II who was serving as primate vicar of the diocese at that time. Shoghakat TV building in Shengavit District of Yerevan In 2002, Shoghakat TV received an official broadcasting license by the authorities of Armenia. The TV channel was released in order to illustrate the activities of the dioceses and also to promote the preaching of Armenian Apostolic Church.
Programs and films produced by Shoghakat TV could be attained by other TV Companies within Armenia, as well as through the Public TV of Armenia -since 2004- for the diasporan Armenians
Horizon is the longest running Armenian television network and provides unique content about pop culture, news, education, entertainment, & lifestyle.
Horizon ATV, on air since 1989, for the past 25+ y. has been connecting the Armenian-Americans to Armenian culture and heritage with its educational shows on TV