Macau Asia Satellite Television (MASTV; Chinese: 澳亞衛視; pinyin: Àoyà Wèishì) is a television station located in Macau. It is known for its critical news coverage.
MASTV is a licensed company approved by the Government of the Macao Special Administrative Region for the operation of satellite television. As one of the satellite TV channels set up by Australia Satellite TV Co., Ltd., the program was officially launched on March 15, 2004, covering more than 60 countries and regions of the world through the satellite of Asia 5 and Sino-1 satellite.
The audience of MASTV is located in the Mainland of China, Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan and the Mandarin-speaking areas of Southeast Asia, and the program orientation is a comprehensive frequency dominated by news information, entertainment and strong film and television dramas. It is one of the few overseas media in mainland China that has the right to land.
MASTV has been approved by Guangzhou General Power Bureau to land on the basis of three-star hotels in mainland China, and has entered thousands of households in the Pearl River Delta (eight cities) of Guangdong Province, enabling mainland audiences to know Macau and the world in a timely manner. Australia Satellite TV is a Chinese mainland into the world's television media. In 2014, Guangdong Telecom Southern New Media IPTV adopted Australia Satellite TV as the "Test Channel" broadcast channel number 248