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|1.||The Commonwealth of Independiania||Iron Fist Consumerists||“Independence through Independia”|
|2.||The Soviet Federative Republic of Militcom||Corrupt Dictatorship||“Blood and bullets are what make this nation”|
|3.||The Kingdom of Central Macedonia||Civil Rights Lovefest||“Freedom,Liberty,Strength and Respect”|
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- : The United Kingdom of Spike Wilbury of the region The Embassy ordered the closure of its embassy in Otoris.
- : The Kingdom of Central Macedonia lost WA Delegate status.
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- : Embassy cancelled between Zero Zero Zero Zero and Otoris.
Otoris Regional Message Board
TV6 Spainard d.o.o (a division of TV6 Media Group d.o.o) have announced today that it have officially inaugurated its state-of-the-art studios in South Asturiosia this morning, starting the process of formally launching TV6 Spainard, when it hits the airwaves sometime later this October.
TV6 officials have said to us that the new building will contain 9 studios, 3 control rooms and 3 office rooms (below), which will give the station an more contemporary setting.
óTV6 SPAINARDíS NEW SOUTH ASTURIOSIA STUDIOSó
STUDIO A (large-sized)- will be home to most of the channelís news programming (like Rise Up! Spainard, News6 Spainard at Noon, News6 Spainard: The Now, News6 Spainard: Late Edition)
STUDIO B (large-sized)- will be home to some of the channelís news programming (like News6 Spainard at 6pm, Spainard this Week and Our Spainard)
STUDIO C (large-sized)- will be home to both Studio 6 (the channelís morning discussion talk show) and The Chew (the channelís daytime lifestyle show)
STUDIO D (medium-sized)- will be home to Face2Face (the channelís tabloid talk show)
STUDIO E (medium-sized)- will be home to Family Fortunes (the channelís daytime game show)
STUDIO F (medium-sized)- will be home to Couples Court (the channelís daytime court show)
STUDIO G (small-sized)- will be home to the channelís digital content division
STUDIO H (small-sized)- will be home to the channelís VO/dubbing department
ROOM 1 (NEWSROOM): will be home to the channelís news/current affairs department
ROOMS 2/3/4 (CONTROL ROOM/POST-PRODUCTION): will be home to itís production department/control rooms
ROOM 5 (PROMOTIONS/SALES)- will be home to its promotion, sales, marketing and advertising departments
TV6 Spainard d.o.o (a division of TV6 Media Group d.o.o) have announced today that it will officially take over the analog channel 6 frequency from SBC TV (which itís due to move its analog frequency to channel 2 sometime this November) starting tonight at 11:30pm, for testing.
Meanwhile, RTCM Spainard d.o.o (a division of Eos News & Media d.o.o) have announced that as of Sunday, SBC TV will only temporarily broadcast as an digital-only channel, meaning that viewers (who have an converter box) will have to catch their favorite shows on digital channel 2.1 until it officially launches its analog channel 2 signal sometime in November. To help prepare for the change, RTCM will temporarily turn off SBC TVís analog signal for a couple of days, just to allow TV6 Spainard to begin broadcasting on the analog channel 6 signal (which was previously occupied by SBC TV).
Lastly, RTCM Spainard d.o.o have begun the days-long process of heavily renovating SBC TVís newsroom and itís ailing news studio, as part of its efforts to transform the channelís image from an government-controlled propaganda machine into an independent media voice. In addition, RTCM have also purchased 16 HDTV cameras, 5 UHD cameras and 2 playout consoles so in an stronger effort to digitalize SBC TV and to improve the quality of its locally-produced content. RTCM plans to unveil SBC TVís newly updated news set, when it relaunches as TCM Spainard on November 25th, 2020.
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RTCM Spainard d.o.o (a division of Eos News & Media d.o.o) have announced today that it will turn back on SBC TVís analog transmitter for testing, which means that analog viewers can be able to tune in to SBC TV again, but they will have to switch over to analog channel 2 to continue receiving their favorite shows. However, not many people across Spainard wonít be able to receive SBC TVís analog signal more clearly, as RTCM will temporarily broadcast itís analog channel 2 signal at an reduced power of about 20kW (limiting coverage to just only the northern, southern and eastern parts of Spainard). RTCM plans to increase the power of its analog channel 2 signal to about 50kW sometime by next week.
RTCM have also announced today that it will now allow cable/satellite TV providers across Spainard to move SBC TV from channel 6 to channel 2 (beginning on November 8, 2020), as part of its efforts to rebrand the money-losing SBC TV as TCM Spainard. In addition, RTCM plans to build and install 2 broadcast facilities and 4 full-power transmitters in La Rozas and Toledo (respectively), which will allow the company to fully transmit the companyís TV programming into the western parts of Spainard (with some local programming) via its analog/digital signals (channel 2 and channel 33).
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RTCM Spainard d.o.o (a division of Eos News & Media d.o.o) have announced today that it has increased the power of its analog channel 2 signal in Asturiosia from 20 kW to about 50kW, meaning that most viewers in Spainard will fully be able to clearly receive and pick up SBC TVís analog signal. However, the company have acknowledged the fact that some viewers may have trouble picking it up.
Meanwhile, RTCM Spainard d.o.o have also announced that it will start heavily promoting the 2 new TV channels (TCM Spainard, TCM 2 Spainard) via various methods (print ads, word-of-mouth via special events, billboard ads, train ads, social media, cable TV ads, etc.) starting on Monday, as part of the companyís efforts to help build an strong viable presence throughout Spainard once it launches on November 25th, 2020.
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RTCM Spainard d.o.o (a division of Eos News & Media d.o.o) have announced today that it has ended its test broadcasts on channel 33 (channel 33.1 for digital TV viewers) as of Sunday morning, so that it can help start preparing for the grand launch of TCM 2 Spainard starting tomorrow. RTCM officials have said to us that the new channel will serve as an counterpart to SBC TV (which will be rebranded as TCM Spainard starting tomorrow) by airing an mix of locally-produced shows and foreign-produced shows that will make the viewers feel upbeat, entertained, and engaged all day long.
Meanwhile, RTCM have announced that it will launch the HD feeds of both channels (TCM Spainard, TCM 2 Spainard) starting tomorrow at 5am. RTCM officials have said to us that all free-TV (digital) and pay-TV viewers will now be able to watch their favorite shows in crystal-clear HD by tuning to channels 2.1/33.1 (digital free-TV) and channels 2/33 (pay-TV), but they will have to plug in their HDMI stick into both their TV set and their respective TV decoder (either digital free TV or pay-TV) so in an effort to receive the HD signals.
Lastly, RTCM have announced that non-license assets of both TCM Spainard (ex-SBC TV) and TCM 2 Spainard will be controlled directly through its RTCM Spainard division and that the license assets of the 2 channels will be controlled through an joint venture holding (RTCM Spainard Broadcasting S.A), in which it will be 80% owned by RTCM and 20% owned by the government of Spainard.
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RTCM Spainard d.o.o (a division of Eos News & Media d.o.o) have announced that it has officially rebranded the countryís only public service TV network, SBC TV as TCM Spainard (as of last night). RTCM officials have said the channelís long-expected rebrand came as a result of its continuing low ratings, its lack of trust among both younger/older viewers and its long-standing lack of programming quality. For now, viewers will now be able to enjoy an refreshing, new lineup of shows (that will be entertaining, engaging, inspiring, informative and compelling for the entire family) on the new TCM Spainard.
Meanwhile, RTCM have also launched TCM 2 Spainard last night, as part of the companyís long-term efforts to target Spainardís growing population and to revive the countryís badly-declining TV sector (which until now, used to be seen as government propaganda tool among younger and older residents). RTCM officials have said to us that the new TCM 2 Spainard will serve as an counterpart to TCM Spainard (ex-SBC TV) by airing the best shows from around the world, as well as original programming (like news, light entertainment, etc.) and special/sporting events, so that you can feel good all day long.
Lastly, TV6 Spainard d.o.o (a division of TV6 Media Group d.o.o) have announced today that it will start launching TV6 Spainard on December 4th, 2020, after several delays (due to preparation for its transmissions and the setting up of its high-tech equipment at its South Asturiosia studios). TV6 officials have said to us that TV6 Spainard will be positioned as an subscription-based, digital commercial TV channel in which it will serve an wider, mainstream audience and that TV6 Spainard will be a viewerís perfect choice by airing an wide variety of local and foreign shows (like news, sports, telenovelas, game shows, drama, reality shows, light entertainment, etc.) on a regular basis. Viewers will have to purchase both a special digital free-TV box (cost for $12.99), a smart card (cost for $2.00) and a reception fee (cost for about $3.20/month) so that they can watch TV6 Spainard at anytime. For people who are not subscribing to TV6 Spainard on a either a part-time/full-time basis, viewers can be able to watch some of TV6 Spainardís original programming via a free version of TV6 Spainard, which will be only be aired on analog channel 6 throughout Spainard. TV6 officials have also said to us that they hoped to get at least 50,000 people subscribed to the new TV6 Spainard by the start of 2021.
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TV6 Media Group d.o.o (via its TV6 Spainard d.o.o division) have announced that it has recently launched TV6 Spainard on December 4th, bringing the companyís best-loved shows to a country that has been previously underserved and often overlooked by most of the major TV broadcasters (from both Kingston-Atlantis and Central Macedonia). TV6 officials have said to us that the new station will serve as an stronger alternative to RTCM (which currently operates both TCM Spainard (formerly SBC TV) and TCM 2 Spainard) by positioning itself as a freeinum commercial TV channel and by airing/producing 340 hours of high-quality, local programming on a regular basis. However, not many people in western Spainard isnít getting the stationís analog/digital signals and to remedy this, TV6 plans to build and install at least, 2 broadcast facilities and 4 full-power transmitters in La Rozas and Toledo (respectively), which will allow the company to fully transmit the companyís TV programming into the western parts of Spainard (with some local programming) via its analog/digital signals (channel 6).
Meanwhile, RTCM Spainard d.o.o (a division of Eos News & Media d.o.o) have recently rebranded SBC TVís news operation as Eyewitness News (as of Nov 25th, 2020) and has recently reformatted itís 7pm newscast from a traditional newscast into a news/interview programme, as part of its efforts to help target younger viewers across Spainard and to heavily improve its ratings (after seeing some big ratings drops over the past 3-4 years, due to its lack of honesty and integrity among younger/older viewers) during the prime time hours.
Lastly, RTCM executives have said to us this morning that the CMBA have approved the companyís application to change the city-of-license of both CJYM-TV Nova Grad and CIJA-TV Blaograd to Putingrad and Slodovograd respectively, to move their respective frequencies to channel 21 (with improved ERPs of 960 kW for Putingrad and 1,000 kW for Slodovograd) and to move their transmitters to the RTCM Broadcast Center (Putingrad) and the RTCM Television Center (Slodovograd), respectively. The 2 stations are scheduled to become key affiliates of EA.TV Central Macedonia (which is due to rebrand as EA.TV 21 next year), RTCMís newest free-to-air TV channel
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RTCM Media Group d.o.o (a division of Eos News & Media d.o.o) have announced today that EA.TV Central Macedonia will launch full newscasts and will bring back several news/opinion programmes that were being dropped from TCM News 24x7 (prior to its successful relaunch as Eyewitness News 24/7 in March 2020), as part of its efforts to relaunch the channel (as EA.TV 21) and to target an young, affluent audience.
RTCM executives have said to us that an increasing amount of young people are being hungry for more real news and more fact-based information on a regular basis and that with the addition of news content on EA.TV 21, it will serve as Central Macedoniaís go-to-go source for real news and opinion among young people.
óEA.TV 21 NEWS/OPINION PROGRAMMING (COMING IN 2021)ó
First Look- weekdays at 6am
EA.TV This Morning- weekdays at 7:00am
EA.TV Today- weekdays at 12pm
Now with Hadiyynah- weeknights at 7pm
EA.TV Tonight- weeknights at 11pm
Meanwhile, Digital+ Media (a division of Eos News & Media d.o.o) have announced that it will rebrand its TVBoom! streaming service as Streamy starting in fall 2021, as part of its efforts to target cord-cutters and to beef up its digital operations.
Lastly, RTCM has begun installing analog/digital transmitters for its upcoming TV network, EA.TV 21 at both the RTCM Broadcast Center (Putingrad) and the RTCM Television Center (Slodovograd), so in a big effort to start preparing for its test transmissions in April 2021.
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TV6 Spainard d.o.o (a division of TV6 Media Group d.o.o) have announced today that it will officially inaugurated its second modern broadcasting facility in downtown Asturiosia in May 2021, enabling the newly-launched channel to produce an sizable amount of original programming from the new facility (in addition to its primary studios in South Asturiosia)
TV6 officials have said to us that the new building will contain 15 studios, 5 control rooms and 10 office rooms (below), which will give the station an more modernized setting.
óTV6 SPAINARDíS NEW DOWNTOWN ASTURIOSIA STUDIOSó
STUDIO 1 (large-sized)-
STUDIO 1A (large-sized)
STUDIO 2 (large-sized)
STUDIO 2A (large-sized)
STUDIO 3 (large-sized)
STUDIO 3A (medium-sized)
STUDIO 4 (medium-sized)
STUDIO 4A (medium-sized)
STUDIO 5 (medium-sized)
STUDIO 5A (medium-sized)
STUDIO 6 (small-sized)
STUDIO 6A (small-sized)
STUDIO 7 (small-sized)
STUDIO 7A (small-sized)
STUDIO 8 (small-sized)
ROOMS 1/11 (DIGITAL CONTENT)- will be home to its digital content division
ROOM 2/3/4/5/6 (CONTROL-ROOM/PLAYOUT/POST-PRODUCTION)- will be home to itís production department/control rooms
ROOMS 7/8 (BOARDROOM)- will serve as the channelís board room
ROOMS 9/10 (GREEN ROOM)- will serve as the channelís green room
ROOMS 12/13 (AUDIO/VO ROOM)- will be home to the channelís VO/dubbing and radio news departments
RTCM Media Group d.o.o (a division of Eos News & Media d.o.o) have announced today that it have turned on the transmitters of both CJYM-TV Putingrad and CIJA-TV Slodovograd this morning for testing, in preparation for the launch of EA.TV 21 later this month. RTCM officials have said to us today that EA.TV 21 will be an millennial-targeted commercial TV channel that will serve an wide, diverse audience and that EA.TV 21 will be the first free-to-air channel in Central Macedonia to go digital-only, meaning that viewers will have to use an digital TV decoder so in order to receive the new channel.
Meanwhile, RTCM have finally opened the RTCM/EA.TV Media Center in Baskovo this morning, after months of delay and additional work. RTCM officials have said to us today that the new studio facility will serve as a production hub for EA.TV 21ís news/current affairs programmes and will also serve as the home of its local operations (TCM Baskovo, TCM 2 Baskovo).
Lastly, RTCM have finally built and installed 3 AM transmitters in Putingrad, Slodovograd and Baskovo this week, as part of its efforts of launching Eyewitness News Radio (Central Macedonia and the Otoris (Eos) regionís first 24-hour all-news radio network) this fall.
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