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Television in Egypt is mainly received through free satellite, while analog terrestrial represents 41% of total viewers. Since Egypt launched its first broadcasts in 1960, state-run channels have held a monopoly on terrestrial broadcast. The Ministry of Information strictly regulated private satellite channels as well. The Egyptian Radio and Television Union, a government entity, owns all 17 terrestrial channels. Channel 1 and Channel 2 are the network’s main channels and broadcast across Egypt. The state-owned Nile TV is the main foreign language channel, aims at promoting Egypt's state point of view and promote tourism.
Depicts Maspero television building inside the zero of 50, dates in Arabic and English below and inscription "Golden Jubilee of the Egyptian Television" above.
اليوبيل الذهبي للتليفزيون المصرى
Depicts Maspero television building, denomination divided dates (Gregorian and Hegira), legend "Arab Republic of Egypt" above.
جمهورية مصر العربية