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Central Television (Russian: Центральное телевидение, Tsyentral'noye tyelyevidyeniye), commonly abbreviated as CT (ЦТ), is a state-owned public broadcasting company within the Soviet Union. Established in the 1930s, CT was the only registered broadcaster within the USSR up until the late 1980s when Glasnost allowed for privet competition within the nation.