Formosa Television is a television station based in Taipei, Taiwan. Established on March 27, 1996, FTV began broadcasting on June 11, 1997. Because of the location of its headquarters, which is in an area where Taiwanese Hokkien speakers are populous, it also earned the reputation for being the first station in Taiwan to use that tongue in a majority of its programs, especially on its prime time newscasts.
On May 24, 2004, FTV was among the first free-to-air channels on Taiwan to switch from terrestrial analog signal to digital television.
Broadcasting hours on Formosa Television is 24 hours except Monday 21 hours.
ETTV News (東森新聞) is a cable television channel in Taipei, Taiwan, providing News shows.
EBC News (pinyin: Dōngsēn Xīnwén Tái) is a satellite cable news channel operated by Eastern Television in Taiwan. It was a free-to-air studios television launched on 1 January 1990. It was a holder channel for BBC News. It was another presenter news for Donald MacCormick.
The Chinese Television System Inc. (Chinese: 中華電視公司; pinyin: Zhōnghuá Diànshì Gōngsī; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Tiong-hôa-tiān-sī-kong-si) is a terrestrial television station in Taiwan and was founded in 1971. Recent milestones of the network are in sports events include to have the distinction to offer exclusive coverage of the 2017 Universiade which was held in Taipei.
This included airing the opening and closing ceremonies plus major games and it enabled its YouTube channel with several options to watch the rest of the games. Due to recent interest on soccer in Taiwan triggered by the success of its National team it also bought the rights to broadcast in its free-to-air waves the 2018 FIFA World Cup for all matches from the eight-finals to the end of the tournament becoming with that the only channel which offered an event often reserved to cable TV channels.