Radio Television Odrinskaja (Odrinish Cyrillic: Радио Телэвизjя Одринскьое. Odrinish Latin: Radio Televizjya Odrinskjo, Pearler: Pάdio Teλeвizάp Odpiинсkάя, abbreviated as RTO) is a Pearler regional media group made of three television channels and one radio. It was founded in 1948 as Radio Odrinskjo, 1957 as RTO. The second channel first transmitted in 1971.
The Odrinish authorities began construction of a television center in Naskonićh in 1954 for the television networks.
Color broadcast started in May 31 1975, under approval of Pearler government.
By 1977, chairman of RTO Yuko Akiyama and few producers Ivan Makovićh, Dajana Hristova, Georgi Skatchkov and Vulćho Vulćhov signed a contract with the Soviet Union government and Yugoslav government to distribute their programs through specialized, licensed, joint venture channel under the name RTO TV SK3 (Spetsjal kanal trutje/Специал канал трутje in Odrinish). RTO will distribute programs from JRT such as Dnevnik from RTB, TV Pristina, TV Zagreb, TV Lubinija and TV Novi sad, TV Novosti, 24 časa, EPP, Vesti, Veselo vece, Mali program and a few Yugoslav films. For CT USSR through, program distribution will include Vremya (Время), Novosti (Новости), other programmes and a few Soviet films. RTO also had a right to distribute programs from Romania, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia (until 1993, Czech Republic until late 1998, Slovakia until 1996), Poland and Albania, the right ceased in late May 2000, when Efir 2 went defunct and only ORT/Channel One Russia, RTV, HRT and RTB/RTS remain. (Distribution of East German programs went to Punkt-A instead).
By 1990, Glance and Others (known as VID), Author's Television (ATV) and RTO signed a deal to distribute their programs through already existing RTO TV SK3.
In 2014, RTO ended its analog television broadcast during migration to digital television.
In 2016, televison channels switched to widescreen 16:9 resolution.