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Region: Anteria

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The Federal Republic of Zhousheng

NARTEL opens to minorities
Earlier today, Mustelarian CEO of Nartel TV (Mustelarian national television) declared a creation of a new TV channels for the Gadori/Gradi and Zaprei/Phnom minorities living in Mustelaria, following the example set by NARTEL Storvan (in Aschari). The new TV channels NARTEL Grad and NARTEL Zaprei would be accessible for free in Mustelaria (Federation of Monte Blanco and Zhousheng), as any other channel operated by NARTEL. Currently, NARTEL operates following TV channels
- NARTEL 1 - Main channel, focuses on mostly discussions and documentaries, has different broadcasting for Monte Blanco and Zhousheng
- NARTEL 2 - Channel focused on mainly original movies and series, has different broadcasting for Monte Blanco and Zhousheng
- NARTEL 3 - Channel dedicated to the senior audience, has different broadcasting for Monte Blanco and Zhousheng
- NARTEL News - Channel dedicated to political discussions and news broadcast, combines Belgorian and Zhoushi languages and has every evening a news segment in Mustelarian (constructed zonal language between Zhoushi and Belgorian)
- NARTEL Inter - Channel in Common language (Cool word for English)
- NARTEL Sport - Channel dedicated to sport analysis and live broadcast
- NARTEL Kids - Channel for younger audience, cartoons
- NARTEL Art - Channel for more artistic audience, airs opera, theatre plays and some more deep-minded movies
- NARTEL Music - Channel for concerts, musicals and over all music
- NARTEL Storvan - Minority channel for the Storvan minority, airs mostly in Aschari with occassional Neuew language programming 6-10 hours a day, most often in morning.
- NARTEL Zaprei - New channel dedicated to the Zaprei, Phnom and Prei Mean minorities in Mustelaria, airs in Prei Mean (official language of Prei Meas), Zaprei and Phnį languages
- NARTEL Grad - New channel dedicated to the Gradi and Gadori (official language of Gadorien) minorities in Mustelaria, airs in Gradi and Gadori languages

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