Farician Television (FRT) is a public television network run by the Farician Governmental Media Organization. FT broadcasts in the Farician language alongside a English-language sister channel, English Farician Television (E-FRT).

The channel was created as part of a new broadcasters' project in July 1988 following the Vlokozu Union invasion of Faricia - the network and FGMO organization were mostly created by the Vlokozuian Media Union organization. Indonesia's TVRI, the United Kingdom's BBC and Granada Television, Canada's CBC/Radio-Canada, and Japan's NHK provided training for the original FRT staff.

A need for foreign entertainment programming was quenched when Christopher Berger founded Christopher Berger Media, the first Farician dubbing company, in January 1989.

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