51 years ago today, the first television broadcast from Ruse took place. The manifestation on the occasion of November 7, the day of the Great October Socialist Revolution, which in those years was celebrated as a national holiday, is broadcast “live” on the national airwaves. Broadcasting takes place with PTS-1, the oldest mobile station of the National Television, which was provided to the Ruse Television Center, which was being built at the time. In the early 1980s, the PTS, which the team affectionately called “Baba Nasta”, was handed over as an exhibit to the National Transport Museum, where it can still be seen today.
The official “birthday” of the Television Center was 3 months later – on February 14, 1973. The Ruse Television Center is the third BNT regional center to be opened after Plovdiv and Varna.
In 1976 RTTVC Ruse began broadcasting a regional program on the principle of cable television, which is considered the beginning of cable television in Bulgaria. In 1978, they started their own weekly block programs “North”, which were broadcast every Thursday at 19:00 on the First Program.
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