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This list of international broadcasters lists those broadcasting services which broadcast programs for an external audience.


Radio




Africa




Asia





Europe





North & South America





Oceania





Television





Europe


# An alliance of France Télévisions & Arte in France, RTBF in Wallonia, Belgium, Radio-Canada, Télé-Québec and TVA in Canada, TSR in Switzerland & RFO in Overseas France #


North & South America


# Under United States law (the Smith-Mundt Act of 1948), the Voice of America is forbidden to broadcast directly to American citizens. # The countries are Venezuela, Argentina, Cuba, and Uruguay.


Middle East





Asia





Oceania


Internationally, TVNZ has helped provide television services in Pacific Island nations such as the Cook Islands, Fiji, and the Solomon Islands. TVNZ provides much of the programming but scheduling and continuity are done locally. * Because of its history TVNZ has inherited and developed its own services in the production and broadcasting services area. * These include The New Zealand Television Archive, production facilities, television school. * TVNZ also operated a satellite services division organising and downlink facilities and across the globe, but this service was wound down in 2005. Both TV One and TV2 are also available "in the clear" over DVB-S on Optus B1. A SKY TV set-top box is not required as any DVB-S satellite set-top box or tuner will work.


Africa




Former international broadcasters

{| border="2" cellpadding="4" cellspacing="0" style="margin: 1em 1em 1em 0; background: #f9f9f9; border: 1px #aaa solid; border-collapse: collapse; font-size: 95%;" !Country !Former Services !Date Ceased |- | |Radio Berlin International |2 October 1990 |- | and |Voice of the Mediterranean |1 January 2002 |- | |Radio Norway International |1 January 2002 |- | |Radio Georgia |2005 |- | |Radio Budapestbr>
| 1 July 2007 |- | |Radio Singapore International |31 July 2008 |- | ({{flag|Flanders) |Radio Vlaanderen Internationaal 1 |Unknown |-
Radio Vlaanderen Internationaal
was replaced with internet and satellite broadcasts of Radio 1 and Radio 2.

See also

* International BBC television channels * U.S. Agency for Global Media * List of news television channels Category:Broadcasting lists *