National Television of Kampuchea was formed by National Radio of Kampuchea and National Television of Kampuchea and is a national public broadcasting state media government mass media conglomerate of radio and television services in the Kingdom of Cambodia. It is owned and operated by Government. It owns and operates about 12 radio stations and one television channel (terrestrial free-to-air) from Phnom Penh. Local Network RNK and TVK has 10 radio stations and 12 television stations.

TVK broadcasts nine hours on weekdays and seventeen hours on weekends, on weekdays is separated into two sessions, morning session from 11:30 to 14:30, and evening session from 17:00 to 23:00, and on weekends broadcast in one section from 6:00 to 23:00. Reruns are also broadcast at night. RNK broadcasting 19 hours on daily, on weekdays in separation intonation all session, sign-on and sign-off session on 05:00-00:00.


TV5 Cambodia is a terrestrial television channel in Cambodia. It is owned by Thai billionaire Supachai Verapuchong. The channel produces its own Cambodian dramas for programming. TV5 Cambodia is the first Cambodian television station to broadcast in digital.