Skip to main content

 Loading... Please Wait

If you find the channel that is not working properly, please visit the Official website for the Thai TV 3. We are not affiliated in any way with the broadcast and not responsible for their contents. All contents are copyright of respective owners.

If you already have the player or program installed (plugin) and still do not see the signal, please click on the "Report Broken" button.


Watch Thai TV 3 online

 Posted on October 29, 2015, and last modified on 3 months ago.


If you are using Google Chrome and would like to watch the stream on your Chromecast, please click Cast button below and select your device.

Due to differences in connectivity, there may be times where the live feed or live score does not update quickly; please refresh the page if you experience any issues.

This webcast is delayed slightly from the televised broadcast, up to approximately 60 seconds, depending upon your internet connection speed and computer configuration. Please keep this in mind when calling in with requests.

We will always try to updating this tv channel so that you can watch comfortably. We re-publish content from the third-party television stations, sometimes susceptible to interference from television broadcast sources that we take to be embedded in this page.

How to Watch Thai TV 3 From Everywhere in the World

Lots of television streaming services are region-locked, which makes it difficult or impossible to use these services if you live outside the Thailand. Consider using a virtual private network (VPN) to get around these restrictions.

Want to watch this channel while traveling abroad? With the right Virtual Private Network (VPN), It’s easier than you might think. These is the articles we’ll explain how a VPN can help you live to stream this TV channel from anywhere in the world.

Not all VPNs can get around region locks. Even if you use one that does, some streaming services require that your billing address match your physical location. That method isn't foolproof, but it's still worth a try.

Launched on March 26, 1970, it was the first commercial television channel in Thailand.

History

Channel 3 was officially launched 26 March 1970 at 10:00 Bangkok Time by Prime Minister of Thailand Thanom Kittikachorn. This broadcast area was only limited to the Bangkok Metropolitan Area during its early years. On 1 January 1985, it launched its first Teletext service known as Infonet. On 1 January 1987, it started to air in stereo and, during the 1990s, its stereo broadcast was introduced into its VHF free-to-air station nationwide. TV3 was also experimenting with bilingual transmission using a second audio track in the 1990s.

During its early years, Channel 3's airtime lasted 6-hours, broadcasting from 16:00 to 22:00, and later expanded to midday hours and mornings. For a short period, it started broadcasting 24 hours a day in 1997 but stopped due to the 1997 Asian financial crisis. The network could only resume its 24-hour airtime again on 1 January 2005.

On 1 January 2001, Channel 3 was the first station in Thailand to broadcast a 3D film. The movie, Jaws 3, required the viewers to have a pair of anaglyph glasses that can either be bought from certain stores partnered with the network for the event or attained from elsewhere.

Disclaimer: live-radio-channels is absolutely legal and contains only links to other websites on the Internet that make the embedded feature available like Youtube, Facebook, Filmon, Livestream, Dailymotion, ustream.tv... We do not host or upload any video/media files, live-radio-channels is not responsible for the legality of the content of other linked sites. If you have any legal issues please contact appropriate media file owners/hosters.

Top