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Asia Television Limited (, also known as ATV, stylised "aTV") is one of two free-to-air television broadcasters in Hong Kong.
Launched in 29 May 1957 as Rediffusion Television (RTV), ATV is the first Chinese-language television station in the world, and the first television station in Hong Kong. RTV started free-to-air broadcasting on 30 November 1973 and was renamed as Asia Television on 24 September 1982.
Despite its relatively small market share, ATV has received numerous awards for its programmes. One of its successes was the local version of game show ''Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?'' in 2001, which allowed ATV to enjoy a short-term upturn in its viewing figures.
However, ATV has seen a gradual decline in production quality and audience rating in recent years and faces financial difficulties. It was heavily fined for its false report of death of Jiang Zemin, which severely damaged its credibility.
On 1 April 2015, Hong Kong's Executive Council gave ATV a one-year notice that its terrestrial television licence, which was due to expire on 30 November 2015, would not be renewed and that it would instead end on 1 April, 2016. ATV Free-To-Air channels will be the first Analog-Digital Switchoff (ADSO).
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