TRT Türk is TRT 's television channel broadcasting international general content for Turks abroad. It generally broadcasts together with TRT 1 channel. The channel also broadcasts its own special programs. The channel broadcasts around the world according to the time.
The first name of the channel was TRT Avrasya, which made a test broadcast in 1992 and switched to normal broadcast a few months later. On July 1, 1992, it changed its name to TRT int-Avrasya. Later, on April 12, 1997, TRT int-Eurasia channel was split into two channels, TRT int and TRT Avrasya. On January 31, 2001, it changed its name to TRT Türk. On 21 March 2009, it left all its frequencies to TRT Avaz. After TRT Türk's frequencies were given to TRT Avaz, the channel was merged with TRT int again . After this merger, the logo appears on TRT int channel every 9 seconds TRT Türk and TRT int.has changed between It reopened on May 8, 2009. It is the first channel of TRT to broadcast in 16:9 format. It continues its broadcast flow with news, local movies, TRT's series, music and magazine programs, and competitions. TRT Türk, on the other hand, broadcasts international general content.