Thai PBS (also known as the Thai Public Broadcasting Service) is the Thai public television network run by government of Thailand. It was launched in January 15th, 2008, by replacing ITV, a 24 hour news channel, and TITV, one year later.
15–31 January 2008
Thai PBS (first era)
1 February–30 April 2008
1 May 2008–14 January 2009
A contest was held for a new logo & design for the channel, with the contest results on 24 February 2008 declaring KITWIN's design to be the winner. The logo depicts a stylised pigeon with orange wings with the word "ไทย" ("Thai") and the English translation "Thai PBS" put at the top.
15 January 2009–8 April 2011
Thai PBS (second era)
Thai Public Broadcasting Service
Thai PBS (HD) | ALTV1
News & Current Affairs
Television channels in Thailand
Digital terrestrial television
Cable and Satellite
Channel 3 (HD) | Channel 5 (HD) | Channel 7 (HD) | Channel 9 MCOT HD | NBT | Thai PBS | TNN16 | True4U | One 31 | GMM 25 | Amarin TV | Nation TV | New 18 | Thairath TV | Channel 8 | Workpoint TV | MONO 29 | PPTV | TGN | ETV | TPTV