With a wide reach, excellent engagement and specific targeting, TV advertising is an extremely effective medium in Laos. The stations listed below represent a balanced cross-section of the most successful stations, targeting a range of audiences.
With sound industry knowledge Empire is well equipped to help you create a successful TV advertising campaign.
ADVERTISE ON THESE LAOS TV STATIONS
The Lao Star Channel was a partnership between the Lao Multicultural Arts Club and the National Television of Laos with the approval of the Ministry of Information, Culture and Tourism
Established in 1983, LNTV is transmitting for 17 hours a day on VHF channel 9 . In 1993, LNTV improved its transmitter power which enabled it to reach a wider audience around Vientiane. It started to show commercials since 1994 after granted by the government permission. Showing programs like news, music and talk-show.
MV Lao TV is a television station in Laos owned by MV Television (MVTV) Thailand. It offers news, information and entertainment in Lao and Thai languages. MV Lao television broadcasts and transmits with satellite systems in over 20 countries, online streaming and mobile application, covering areas nationwide. It also can be watches online-ly from all over the world.
Established in 2013, TVLAO is the first and only HD TV station in Laos broadcasting 24 hours a day and spread its digitally broadcasting through THAICOM 5 satellite which can be viewed around the world. TVLAO produces its TV shows and programs such as very up-to-date live news @ 12:00 and 19:00 all fresh and reliable contents have been extracted from local and famous world news agencies like Reuters. TVLAO owns the world and regional media rights such as FIFA World Cup, ASEAN Football Federation Suzuki Cup, Southeast Asian Games, AFF Cup, Lao Football Premier League, ASIAN Petanque Championship etc. TVLAO produces high quality of shows and most popular programs like Know the World, Auto Trend, Travel Buddy, Sports Variety, Star Talk, Movie Preview, Young Business Talk, ASEAN Today.