Tags : Thai PBS


Prayut orders probe into Thai PBS investment in agro-giant

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has ordered an inquiry into Thai Public Broadcasting Service’s (Thai PBS) controversial investment in debentures issued by an agro-industrial conglomerate. The public broadcaster has come under public criticism since news emerged of its decision to buy the debentures worth more than 100 million baht issued by Charoen Pokphand Foods Plc (CPF). […]Read More


High ranking military officer named as new admin head of

With three candidates for the post, Thai PBS has chosen a high ranking military officer as its new administrative director. On Friday, 29 July 2016, the Thai Public Broadcasting Service (Thai PBS), announced that the organisation has selected Lt Col Narawit Paoin as the new Director of its Administrative and Finance Department. Lt Col Narawit […]Read More


Mini-marathon run to raise fund to help drought-affected villagers

Over 4,000 runners took part in a charity mini-marathon run organized by Thai PBS Sunday morning to raise fund for drought-affected villagers. Thai PBS director Krisda Ruang-areerat said that the charity run was aimed to create public awareness about drought problem and using water sparingly under the slogan “sharing water, sharing spirit to fight drought […]Read More


PM complains of Thai PBS’s news coverage on drought problem

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha on Thursday questioned the news presentation by Thai PBS TV station about the drought situation. “Did you watch Thai PBS? They presented the affected people’s side of the story without mentioning about what we (the government) has done. I do not complaint against you (Thai PBS). But you are using the […]Read More


M79 grenade attacks at Bangkok police club, Thai PBS TV

Four grenades were fired around 19:00pm at the Royal Thai Police Sports Club and Thai PBS TV station parking lot, situated on Vibhavadi-Rangsit Road in Bangkok. The blasts damaged three cars located in the parking, but no one was hurt in the incidents. WCA Annual Conferences in Bangkok and Eric Clapton Live in Bangkok concert […]Read More

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Red shirts in Chiang Mai threaten to seize Thai PBS

The red-Shirt Rak Chiang Mai 51 group Monday threatened to seize the Thai PBS relay station in Chiang Mai if Thai PBS does not stop airing statements of the People’s Democratic Reform Committee. About 150 red shirts of the group marched to the station at 1 pm to submit a letter calling for the station […]Read More