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CCTV-7 revised version of the CCTV-7 military agricultural channel changed to the national defense military channel next month

via:快科技     time:2019/7/26 17:30:55     readed:1494

What's more interesting is that CCTV-7 has a program called "Get Rich", which teaches people how to get rich by farming. It is a very good agricultural program, but it is so illegal in the military channel.

Don't think that military agriculture is enough to violate the law. When CCTV was revised in 1995, the full name of the seven sets of CCTV was the children's military agricultural science and technology channel, which was much wider than it is now. Later, children, science and technology channels were separated, and only then did they become the current military agriculture channel.

For the CCTV-7 channel, there are many paragraphs on the Internet, saying that the US spies are staring at the CCTV-7 military agricultural channel in order to understand China's military development. After seeing a large number of agricultural programs, they decided to switch to raising pigs and eventually became 100 million. Millionaire, so CCTV-7 has a different name - the cultivating war channel.

However, this cockroach has been solved. From August 1, 2019, the CCTV-7 military agricultural channel will be officially changed to the CCTV-7 defense military channel, becoming a pure military channel and becoming a brand new CCTV seven.

According to CCTV data, the centralTVTaiwan (English abbreviation CCTV) was established on May 1, 1958, and was officially aired on September 2, the first name was Beijing TV Station. On May 1, 1978, it was renamed CCTV. CCTV is a national deputy ministerial-level institution with 24 deputy bureau-level institutions and 6 subordinate units.

As of 2017, CCTV has 42 TV channels, including 29 open channels and 13 digital pay channels, with a total of 529 TV programs. The program production and broadcasting achieved high-definition networked file, with a total annual broadcast of 338,000 hours.

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