People's Police Television

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People's Police Television
Truyền hình Công an Nhân dân
SloganFor peace of life
Humanities, credibility, timely, attractive
Vietnamese: Vì bình yên cuộc sống
Nhân văn, tin cậy, kịp thời, hấp dẫn
Headquarters1 Lê Đức Thọ, Cầu Giấy, Hanoi, Vietnam
OwnerMinistry of Public Security (Vietnam)
Key people
Lieutenant General, Dr. Mai Van Ha - Director of the Communications Department of the People's Public Security
Launch date
11 December 2011; 9 years ago (11 December 2011)
Official website

People's Police Television (Vietnamese: Truyền hình Công an Nhân dân; Abbreviated as ANTV) is a specialized television channel with information about the Vietnam People's Public Security and social order and security situation, directly under the Ministry of Public Security of Vietnam. This channel specializes in producing programs to air on VTV, ANTV, etc.

People's Police Television was broadcast on the Vietnam Television, , , , , Hanoicab, VTC satellite television, MyTV, and terrestrial digital TV and satellite numbers of . Reporters of the television channel are present at all General Departments, Commanding posts and 63 provincial and city police offices in Vietnam. In addition to the security categories, the People's Police TV channel will also feature movies, music and theatrical categories.


On 3 December 2010, the Prime Minister of Vietnam Nguyễn Tấn Dũng agreed to set up the People's Police Television.[1] This channel was co-produced by the Radio, Television and Film Center of the People's Police with AVG to produce programs. During the press conference announcing the founding of the TV channel on 8 January 2011, Lieutenant General Nguyễn Khánh Toàn, Deputy Minister of Public Security, expected this combination will help the new TV channel to move towards financial autonomy, independent of the state budget.[2] The channel was on a test broadcast from 00:00 on 1 December 2011 and officially broadcast from 20:30 on 11 December 2011.

"Humanities, credibility, timely, attractive" are the four criteria that Lieutenant General, author Hữu Ước, Editor-in-Chief of ANTV after the launch.[3]

On 8 January 2014, ANTV officially launched its official website after 6 months of testing.


On 27 February 2016, a serious error was spotted on the noon weather forecast. Accordingly, in the weather forecast for the coming days in the Southern Vietnam, it forecasted the weather for 30 February (a non-existent day) with the lowest temperature of 21 °C, the highest temperature of 35 °C.[4]


  1. ^ "Advocacy and development of the People's Police Television" (PDF). Government e-paper. Retrieved 11 May 2017.
  2. ^ An-nhan-dan / 28509 "Establishment of the People's Police Public Television" Check |url= value (help). Retrieved 11 May 2017.
  3. ^ ANTV - A rich and close world
  4. ^ "Bản tin dự báo thời tiết cho ngày... 30/2 trên kênh ANTV gây bão mạng [lit. "The weather forecast for... 30 February on ANTV caused a social media storm"]". 28 February 2016.
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