ATS Networks (also known as Alexonian Telecasting System) is an Alexonian state state-run television and radio broadcaster. ATS Was formed in 1979 with the merger of Radio Alexonia and ATS.
ATS was formed in 1937 as Royal Broadcasting Corporation (ARBC) (Japanese: ロイヤル放送協会), later renamed as Radio Alexonia (Japanese: ラジオアレクソニア). Its TV division was launched in 1951 as Royal Broadcasting Television (RBTV). By 1957 the two companies merged into Royal Broadcasting Radio and Television (Japanese: ロイヤル放送ラジオ・テレビ)
In 1968 ATS Two started broadcasting in color, two months after AHT.
In 1979 Radio Alexonia and Alexonian Television formed ATS.
- ATS One
- ATS Two
- ATS N24
- ATS Sport
- ATS Kids
- ATS Spike
- ATS Viva
- ATS CNBC
- BBC/ATS Networks (Joint venture with BBC Studios)
- ATS CNBC
- ATS Radio 1-first station of ATS (News, entertainment).
- ATS Radio 2-sport radio.
- ATS Radio 3-music radio.
- ATS Radio Classic-retro themed, with music, movies and shows.
- ATS Radio Asia-Asian music radio
- NBCUniversal International Networks Alexonia (50%)
- ViacomCBS Media Networks Alexonia (25%)
- Alexonia Digital Networks
- ATS iPlay-streaming service.
- ATS Cinema-film company.
- ATS Studios-production and distribution
- ATS Worldwide Studios-digital content
- ATS Consumer Products-Licensing