Octava Dies

Octava Dies is a 25 minute weekly TV magazine show, which broadcasts worldwide since Easter 1998. It is also broadcast by Italian Catholic television channels and by press agencies such as APTN. It is available in English and Italian on the Vatican’s website (broadcast every Sunday at 12:30 after the Angelus).

The magazine is part of the Vatican Television Center (CTV) programs, which are transmitted by the national broadcaster of the state of Vatican City. This specific weekly program highlights the activities of Pope Francis and the Holy See. Taped at the Vatican and in other places visited by the Pope in the course of his day-to-day ministry.[1]

Vatican Central Television was first aired in 1983.

Octava Dies
GenreMagazine
Country of originVatican City
Original language(s)English, Italian
Production
Production location(s)Via del Pellegrino 00120 Vatican City
Editor(s)Federico Lombardi
Release
Original networkVatican news services
Audio formatMPEG-4 H.264
First shown in1998
Original release1998
External links
Vatican Television Center

Notes

  1. ^ Cf. Octava Dies Archived 2013-02-24 at the Wayback Machine, official webpage in (in English). URL accessed November 30, 2012

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