B1 TV is a Romanian television network which began broadcasting in 2001 as a general-profile channel and became a news channel in 2011. B1 TV broadcasts 24 hours a day, seven days a week all over the country.
B1 TV's main purpose is to inform its viewers about the overall context of the Romanian society through quality informative programs.
B1 TV also covers the most important events that are happening every day in the world. B1 TV's target audience consists of active highly educated and financially stable individuals, who mainly live in the city, are concerned about what is happening around them and are looking for quality products.
B1 TV is now broadcast via satellite through all analog and digital cable networks and has a 92% geographical covering.
Digi 24 is a 24-hour Romanian news television, which was launched on 1 March 2012 by Digi TV.10 TV, a generalist television channel, was launched on 10 December 2010, by RCS&RDS. 10 TV hosted Nașul show, which Radu Moraru had anchored for ten years on B1 TV. 10 TV was re-launched with a new name. On 1 March 2012, 10 TV was rebranded to Digi 24.
The Godfather of TV is a Romanian television station founded in 2012 by journalist Radu Moraru and his team. Nașul TV studios were originally located in the Venus Fashion House building, located on Calea Victoriei, Bucharest. Since 2016, Nașul TV has moved its activity to the new studios located in Casa Presei Libere, Bucharest
TRINITAS Television was established in October 2007, at the initiative and with the direct involvement of His Beatitude Father DANIEL, Patriarch of the Romanian Orthodox Church.
Through this cultural-religious television, the Romanian Patriarchate informs the public about church events, pastoral-missionary, social, educational and cultural work of the Church, bringing to the public's attention the history, culture and treasure of Romanian Christian faith and spirituality in the European context.
TVR International is the television station that keeps you close to Romania in any corner of the world you would find.
The Romanian television has the status of autonomous public service of national interest and broadcasts on five channels: TVR 1, TVR 2, TVR 3, TVR International and TVR Moldova.
TVR covers the most important events at national level, through the five territorial studios: Cluj, Craiova, Iaşi, Timişoara, Târgu-Mureş.