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DVB television to reach millions via the internet

Democratic Voice of Burma television is now being broadcast globally via the internet, aiming to reach 10 million Burmese across the world.

Viewers can access DVB TV by downloading the DVB application on the Livestation platform.

DVB has been broadcasting into Burma via satellite since 2005, and remains the only non-government-run television channel available in Burma.

Livestation, which streams live global news over broadband, has expanded its remit in order to help broadcast the voices of those living in areas where freedom of expression is suppressed or limited.

Watch DVB TV by clicking on the link to the right of the screen.

DVB would like to thank Livestation for helping us to reach a global audience.


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