Bulgarian National Television

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The Bulgarian National Television () or BNT (БНТ) is the public broadcaster of Bulgaria. The company was founded in 1959 and began broadcasting on December 26 of the same year. It began broadcasting in color in 1970. BNT's headquarters are located in Sofia, Bulgaria, in a building located at the well-known address of 29 San Stefano Str.

BNT is funded from government funds (around 60%) with the rest coming from television commercials . It broadcasts two television channels: the over-the-air BNT 1 and the satellite BNT Sat, a channel aiming to broadcast Bulgarian production only. Another channel, Efir 2, existed between 1974 and 2000, and was later substituted by the private bTV.

The company has four regional broadcasting centres, based in Blagoevgrad (Pirin programme), Varna (More programme), Plovdiv (Plovdiv programme) and Rousse (Sever programme).

BNT's first live broadcast was the parade on the occasion of the October Revolution anniversary.


Logo history

This is the Bulgarian National Television's first logo. The logo consists of the Cyrillic letters "Б" and "Т" (for Bulgarian Television) shaped in the form of a TV antenna. Often the words "Bulgarian National Television" were placed on its right side. It was used until September 14, 2008. Before 1992, this was also the on-screen logo, and the channels' labels "БТ-1" and "БТ-2" stood next to it.

This is the BNT's second and current logo. The...
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