|Telecorp Public Enterprise Limited|
|Type||Radio, terrestrial television and satellite television broadcaster|
|Founded||Bay West Broadcasting Station founded 29 November 1924; merged with Eastern Media Digital on 6 August 1978|
|Owner||Government of Nava|
|Former names||Bay West Broadcasting Station (1925-78)|
|Picture format||1080i (HDTV)|
Telecorp Public Enterprise Limited (abbreviated as Telecorp) is a Navan public broadcasting conglomerate. It holds interest in radio, television and digital content. It runs 6 national channels, 5 regional channels and 11 radio stations. It is a state owned enterprise owned by the Navan Government.
Unlike most media broadcasters, channels under its control does not advertise itself as Telecorp and uses its own branding.
All channels are broadcasting in digital television under the Japanese ISDB-T format. Analoge broadcasting was suspended in 2016 and was broadcasting under the NTSC format.
|Channel 1||English||News, culture, entertainment and children|
|Channel 2||English||Documentaries and entertainment|
|E'havani!||Navani||News, culture, entertainment and children|
|Unidos||Spanish||News, culture and entertainment|
|Gegenwartig||German||News, culture and entertainment|
News, culture and entertainment