Radio Television Transmitting Center (in 1969-1973 - Radio Television Transmitting Station) - a regional branch of RTRS (in 1969-1991, an enterprise of the Ministry of Communications of the USSR) transmitting television and radio programs via radio waves.
In 1969, they were created on the basis of transmitting parts of telecentres (transmitted in the same year to local committees on television and radio broadcasting) as radio and television transmitting stations  (in Soviet literature they were also called “transmitting television stations”  ). The Ministry of Communications of the USSR (later - local production and technical departments of communications of the Ministry of Communications of the USSR). Since 1973 they have been called their modern name  , the term radio and television transmitting station has remained behind their sections located outside cities with television studios (outside republican, regional or regional centers or regional and regional centers without their own television studio). After creation in 1986-1992. local television studios in those regional and central centers in which they were not in them were also created radio and television broadcasting centers. In 1998, they were declared subsidiaries of the All-Russian State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company  , in 2002 they were separated from the All-Russian State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company and merged into the Federal State Unitary Enterprise RTRS, becoming its branches  .
- ↑ 50 YEARS ON TV
- ↑ TSB article "TV Station"
- On streamlining the names of enterprises and organizations of the USSR Ministry of Communications system
- On the formation of a unified production and technological complex of state electronic media
- On the creation of the federal state unitary enterprise "Russian television and radio broadcasting network"