Upon further research (I set TNP1's launch date to match KBC TV Kenya's), I found out that it actually started broadcasting on October 1, 1962.
So basically it was TN Limaerone/TN Patrial (after the opening of a second inland transmitter) until 1975, then TNP until the second channel launched.
However I guess that the corporate RTNP logo would be the same as TNP because RTC's has been the same for over twenty years now and is kinda hard to adapt to Gapia (I also prevented it from being known as RTP for obvious reasons).
Historically TNP broadcast in Portuguese, Creole and Swahili but the Swahili programming moved to either TNP2 or 3. It's up to you.
Lately "strange people" (according to mavb98) entered the two wikis and were responsable for 90% of industrial espionage that occurred in Gapia. They know nothing about the admins, really, even cry in combined East and West Pakistan and also make nonsensical comments in articles that are later deleted. They also believe Cenhasia speaks Danish instead of a similar language (Cenhasian).
Remember back in March 2018 when you tried legalizing Ludussia in Meridecia? Turns out it was created by another member of Mihsign.
To make it easier, for Gupi's final 1980 slide, I'd rather use the same font that was used for "PLAY" and "REC" functions on top left of screen from 1980s and 1990-era VCRs. Therefore, link to a VHS-esque font?
Isn't supposed to rename Sky Two to Sky Replay at midnight? 'Cause they're planning for Sky Replay, so I might have to wait until midnight. It's like renaming Sky Cinema Disney to Sky Cinema Animation at 2am.
I'm just gonna say it - a bunch of stuff here replicates existing companies and extends their life span [this bit isn't all that bad, actually] - but there are some original pieces - take for example, Havik - a friend of mine is invested in that one
I mant about the opening links. As I said before, you can handle the other ones who only need minor edits (like cutting off borders and removing the screenbug) at the same time you're handling the PTV ones to make it faster.