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Radio we can listen to radio in four different languages (Dzongkha, Sharchop, Lhotshamkha and English). Radio in Bhutan was the most effective media, especially for rural areas.

Kuensel is a first news paper in bhutan. Kuensel role, as history comes alive, has become more important than ever. Democracy is not complete without a professional media.kuensel went online before even Bhutan, when it established their online edition in 1997 and placed Bhutan on the digital map. Kuensel online (www.kuenselonline.com)

Bhutan Observer it was Bhutan's first private bilingual newspaper. It was launched as a private limited company by parent company Bhutan Media Services (BMS), and began publishing on June 2, 2006, in Thimphu. Its Dzongkha edition is called Druk Nelug, and the newspaper maintains an online service in English. Bhutan Observer (www.bhutanobserver.bt)

Bhutan Broadcasting Service (BBS) and launched in 1973, were delinked from the government. They were made independent after His majesty the fourth king issued a royal decree on 18th September 1992, to enable them to be more effective in fulfilling their responsibilities toward society. There are only two TV stations, both provided by BBS TV.The channels, BBS and BBS 2, are the only channels that broadcast local news and TV programs in Bhutan. BBS TV was launched on 2 June 1999. It is one of the most important events in the history of electronic media in Bhutan. BBS TV is available in 40 Asian countries, from Turkey in the west to Indonesia in South East Asia. BBS (www.bbs.bt)


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