List Of Television Programmes Broadcast By TVB
As Hong Kong's largest television station, Television programmes broadcast by Television Broadcasts Limited (TVB) form a major part of popular culture in Hong Kong. TVB programmes have major social and culture effects on the Hong Kong populace, influencing fashion, hairstyles, speech patterns and public attitudes. Its programmes have been and continue to be exported to many Chinese-speaking communities around the world; such as Mainland China, Taiwan, Macau, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Japan, United States, Canada, Australia, South Korea, and most of Europe (including England), via satellite, video cassettes and now VCDs and DVDs.
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