The first television broadcasts in Vietnam were in the 1960s when the United States set up two channels (one Vietnamese language and one in English) in Saigon.
The national broadcaster Vietnam Television, or VTV, was established in Hanoi with technical assistance and training from Cuba in September 1970. VTV now is the largest television network in the nation, broadcast in nine FTA channels and available internationally via satellite. VTV also operates the largest cable network (VCTV) and a DTH satellite service. These carry the nine FTA VTV channels: VTV1 - VTV9 (no VTV 7, VTV8), fourteen Vietnamese subscription channels: VCTV1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (RealTV), 6, 7, 8 (BiBi), 9 (InfoTV), 10 (O2TV), 11 (TV Shopping), 12 (Style TV), 15 (Invest TV), Bóng Đá TV, and about 45 local & international channels.
Vietnam Multimedia Corporation (VTC)
Main article: Vietnam Multimedia Corporation
VTC operates five national channels and is the only provider of digital terrestrial television (DTT) in Vietnam. VTC's DTT service is a subscription service though piracy of the signal is rampant.
VTC is a Vietnamese state-owned corporation under Ministry of Post and Telematics. It has 2 FTA channels VTC1 and VTC5 - the technology and life channel, and a number of subscription channels including VTC2 - the entertainment channel, VTC3 - The sport channel.VTC4 - the fashion and style channel, VTC6 - the movie channel. Three new channels now broadcast for examination are VTC7 - the second VTC1, VTC10 the interactive channel and VTC11 - kid's tv.
In 2006, VTC Mobile TV, one of the world's first subscription TV services for mobile phones, became available using DVB-H. It is operated byVietnam Multimedia Corporation, owners of VTC.
These include Hanoi TV and Ho Chi Minh City Television (HTV). The latter is available over most of the Mekong Delta.
Other Subscription TV
Since 1991, hotels, restaurants, clubs, government offices and diplomatic organizations in Vietnam have been permitted under license to install and operate satellite dishes to bring in foreign programming. Nowaday, most of people in large cities (such as Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City) subscribe to a cable network. The largest network is VCTV (a division of VTV), follows by that of Ho Chi Minh City Television (HTV), Hanoi TV (HCTV), and Saigon Tourist Cable Service (SCTV) - a joint venture between VTV and Saigon Tourist company. And the latest payTV supplier is K+ - a joint venture between Vietname Cable Television (VCTV) and Canal+, first broadcast in later 2009 via Direct To Home(DTH).
Info TV is one of Vietnamese tv channel live online streaming direct broadcasting free from vietnam, watch Info TV news from vietnam. this info from here