About Us


Solely owned by Telikom limited, EMTV is Papua New Guinea’s lead public, free- to- air television broadcaster established in 1987. Proudly 100% state owned, this year EMTV marks 37 years as the longest serving iconic Nambawan to Watch household TV station. EMTV is recognized for contributing to society, creating a sense of national identity through local content, and being the window to the world for the masses. EMTV reaches millions of viewers across the four regions providing ­­citizens with reliable and credible information, education programs, and entertaining content.


EMTV’s daily 6:00pm National news Bulletin is Papua New Guinea’s most trusted and most watched source of news. EMTV’s strength since its inception is local content production. Amidst economic challenges, EMTV endeavours to continue producing the most watched weekly local programs this year for Papua New Guinea, namely, Kids Kona; Infocus; Haus and Home; Kai Time; Sports Scene; Elite Music Zone; A Closer Look; including the only reality TV show in PNG, Vocal Fusion, which provides a development platform for aspiring artist. This year Vocal Fusion will celebrate Vocal Fusion’s 11th year anniversary.


Being the window to the world for decades, EMTV broadcasts international content ranging from documentaries; current affairs; drama series; kid’s cartoons; lifestyle; movies; including major sports events; EMTV is the most preferred mass communication medium utilized by commercial companies, non-profit organisations, private sector and government departments. EMTV is the most experienced broadcaster in outdoor broadcast productions covering small to major national and regional events on television, and live stream platforms.


Recognised as the leading television station in Papua New Guinea and in the South Pacific Islands region, EMTV is made up of experienced and skilled talented nationals. Local programs, and most of the advertisements, public service announcements, awareness campaigns, and documentaries on EMTV are produced in-house by creative and patriotic Papua New Guineans.

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