Watch Live TV from Malta

Television in Malta was first introduced in 1959. The first person to sell televisions in Malta was The Most Noble Count Consiglio D'Amato. The first television that could be watched were RAI broadcasts from Sicily. In 1962 TVM was launched as a Maltese public broadcaster by the Public Broadcasting Services. TVM remains the most popular channel in the country. It is a member of the EBU. In 1991 the government opened the television market to more stations, but rather than allow private companies, they initially gave licenses to the two main political parties and the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Malta. The Labour Party's television network One remains the second most popular network, while the Nationalist-controlled NET Television is the third most popular.

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