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FST may refer to: Arts and entertainment * Finlands Svenska Television, now Yle Fem, the Swedish-language department of the Finnish Broadcasting Company * Florida Studio Theatre, in Sarasota, Florida, United States * Free Southern Theater, in Mississippi, United States Government and politics * Fermanagh and South Tyrone (Assembly constituency), in Northern Ireland * Fermanagh and South Tyrone (UK Parliament constituency), in Northern Ireland * Financial Secretary to the Treasury in the United Kingdom Military * Fire Support Team of the Royal Artillery * Fleet Survey Team of the United States Navy * Forward surgical teams of the United States Army Technology *Food Science and Technology * Feature Selection Toolbox, machine learning software * File Streaming Technology, a digital audio format * Finite-state transducer Transport * Fenchurch Street railway station, in London * First Stop Travel, a Scottish bus operator * Fort Stockton–Pecos County Airport, in Texas, U ...
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Finlands Svenska Television
Yle Fem (''Yle Five'') was Yle's Finland-Swedish national television channel, providing television programmes in the Swedish language in Finland. It was a public-service channel principally intended for Swedish-speaking population of Finland, Finland's Swedish-speaking minority. Creating understanding over the language and culture border was also one of the channel's recognized objectives. History Yle Fem was launched in 1988 as a late-evening programming block called FST (Finlands Svenska Television, literally ''"Finland's Swedish Television"'') which was broadcast on Monday nights on Yle TV2 and on Tuesday nights on Yle TV1, after the conclusion of MTV3's Kymmenen Uutiset (10pm evening news) on either channel. It was relaunched as its own dedicated channel called YLE FST on 27 August 2001, and was called YLE FST5 from 2006 to 2012 but the name was changed because the viewers thought the name was only a combination of letters (Fem is Swedish for five.). Initially, Finlands Svensk ...
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