Guangdong Radio and Television (GRT) is a new type provincial mainstream media that provides multiple services on radio, television, OTT TV, mobile client and offers services in radio and television transmission. GRT has 8 radio frequencies, 15 TV channels as well as 4 new media platforms. The signals of GRT’s satellite TV channels cover over 50 countries and regions in Asia, North America (Great Wall TV), Oceania, Africa and Eastern Europe, reaching more than 2 billion viewers.
Guangdong Radio and Television is a leading broadcaster at Guangdong Province and the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area that plays a crucial role in international communication, exchanges and cooperation. The broadcaster mainly carries out exchanges and cooperation with multiple mainstream TV networks from other countries or regions on four continents via GDTV World, committed to telling China’s stories to the world and spreading Chinese voice. GDTV World is China’s first provincial-level world channel that mainly broadcasts in English to viewers around the world 24/7. GDTV World’s signals cover key regions across the world through a number of means.
Apart from that, Guangdong Radio and Television operates several official accounts on popular overseas social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, allowing quality contents to reach global subscribers. After two years of development, GRT’s social network accounts have more than 2 million followers and record over 100 million views. They are dedicated to telling the stories and spreading the voice of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area to the world.
我们的作品 Our Work
GRT's environment and ecology documentary series "Our Home" consists of four episodes with each lasting 30 minutes. Focusing on ecological development and progress in Guangdong, the series falls into four chapters, namely Green Development, Living in Harmony with Nature, Improve Environment for People's Benefits and Build an Ideal Home. The documentary tells touching stories of individuals to present and analyze a profound and broad concept, while providing informative, interesting and thoughtful contents. "Our Home" tells the moving stories of how Guangdong people combat pollution to protect the picturesque landscape and promote the advanced ideas on environmental protection. It aims to share Guangdong's experience in ecological construction with the world and advocate the idea that "lucid waters and lush mountains are invaluable assets".
"Our Home" was aired on international networks, local media and new media. During the "Greater Bay Area Revealed" Theme Week, through Discovery's major TV channels, YouTube accounts and other social media accounts, the documentary series was widely broadcast in Europe, U.S. and Asia-Pacific Region, reaching more than 300 million global viewers from over 220 countries and regions with over 100 million views. The screening of "Our Home" was covered by some 600 overseas media and got over 650,000 hits on new media platform. It also attracted the attention of and was reported by the Associated Press, Agence France-Presse, Bloomberg News, Xinhua News Agency and People's Daily. After it was aired globally, the documentary series sparked warm responses, as it showcases the remarkable achievements attained by Guangdong in environmental protection and promotes a sustainable idea on ecological construction. Many viewers praised that "Our Home" helped them to learn about the tremendous changes in ecological environment taking places at Guangdong while showcasing China's responsibility and dedication in building a community with a shared future for mankind.
Lingnan Nursery Rhymes
The documentary series on local dialect nursery rhymes consist of three episodes themed on nursery rhymes in Cantonese, Tewchow dialect and Hakka dialect respectively. Each episode lasts 50 minutes. The filming crew traveled home and abroad, adopting international perspectives to record and present the charms of the three dialects and the significance of dialect inheritance panoramically and dimensionally. The documentary explores the status quo of the popularization of the nursery rhymes and the stories of the inheritors in different regions and observes from both traditional and modern perspectives to showcase the appeal of Lingnan dialect cultures to the younger generations to arouse their confidence and inheritance responsibility of the traditional cultures and the nostalgia of overseas Chinese.