Internet TV to be created

THE FIRST Internet TV station based in Slovakia - - was presented to journalists in Bratislava November 15.

The TV station will be officially launched December 1, and will be broadcast for four hours per day Monday to Friday, according to its director general, Braňo Kráľ, a former reporter with the private TV station Markíza.

The new channel will focus on political and economic news, and lifestyle features, the TASR news agency wrote. It will also give regular traffic information.

The Internet TV station is planning to give viewers the opportunity to contact journalists and guests appearing in its broadcasts. "We want to link the advantages of the Internet and television," said Kráľ.

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