Tags : Thai TV3


Channel 3 Suspends News Anchor Over Royal Mistake

BANGKOK – A state-owned TV station has suspended the news anchor who misidentified a member of the Thai Royal Family on the air yesterday, according to the sec-gen of Thailand’s top media regulatory board. Thakorn Tanthasith, sec-gen of the National Broadcasting and Telecommunication Commission (NBTC), said he has been “unofficially informed” by Channel 3 that […]Read More


Channel 3 staff urge to rethink on looming blackout

BANGKOK, 26 September 2014 (NNT) – Television producers from Channel 3 have submitted a letter containing over 200 signatures to Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha in a bid to urge government intervention over the looming blackout of the channel. Members of the channel including producers and actors sent the letter in protest over the National […]Read More


NBTC gives Channel 3 last chance

Regulators will advise pay-TV operators by letter that they are to be prohibited from carrying Channel 3’s analogue signal. It may take 15 days from Sept 3 before the ban takes effect, said Supinya Klangnarong, a member of the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission’s broadcasting committee, after a meeting with representatives from Channel 3 and […]Read More


Rights group demands returning controversial Thai TV series to air

BANGKOK, Jan 8 – The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) was told today to order TV Channel 3 to air the controversial soap opera Nua Mek 2, suspended since last Friday. Petitioning the NBTC, Srisuwan Chanya, secretary general of the Thai Constitution Protection Association, said banning the TV series infringed on the people’s right […]Read More


Channel 3 apologises to Cambodians

Channel 3 yesterday apologised to Cambodians after its reporter appeared to have stepped on a picture of Cambodia’s recently deceased former king Norodom Sihanouk. Cambodian social media have been awash with the image of black-clad reporter Thapanee Ietsrichai appearing to put her right foot on a sheet of paper on the ground that carried King […]Read More


NBTC demands clarifications from Channel 3 on bare-breast painting show

BANGKOK, 20 June 2012 (NNT) -The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) is planning to summon Channel 3’s executives, for a clarification on the latter’s decision to air a female contestant painting on a canvas with her bare breasts. Lieutenant-General Peerapong Manakit, chairman of the NBTC’s subcommittee on programme schedules and content, said the commission […]Read More


Thai Authorities look for answers following Pattaya Jet Ski Scam

A national TV channel that recently exposed a Jet Ski Scam operating on Pattaya Beach has local government and the Police hastily seeking answers as to why this illegal activity has been allowed to occur for many years. Despite foreign television programs, You Tube and social networking sites featuring stories of Jet Ski scams, the […]Read More


Swede Arrested in Rayong for Drug Producing

The Swedish national Kim Roger Eriksson has been arrested in Rayong suspected of the crime of producing the illegal drug “Ya Ice,” reports news.sanook.com. Local police says he has now been to transferred to Bangkok. Thai Police found a laboratory in his house, which they believe was used to produce “Ya Ice.” Thai TV Channel […]Read More