Elsenda Sistemo De Kumaloit (ESK; Esperanto for "Herkatian Broadcasting System") was the state television broadcaster in the Herkatian Democratic Socialist Republic (HDSR or South Herkatia) from 1953 to 1991.
Before ESK Launched, that channel is called Kumaloitha Nasihonalihsiha Radihon i Tilreobiskei from 1931 until 1945, and its the only one of Zakavian Herkatia's television channel. Later in 1945 after Zakavia's surrenders, KNRT is replace by NSK (Nacia Sistemo de Kumaloit), it was short lived, then it's changed again to Elsenda Centra Televidilo in 1946 as a Herkatia's television channel. After Herkatia divided into North & South, ECT becomes a television in South Herkatia and no longer airing in North Herkatia, then North Herkatian Television was replace by Kumaloit Telekanalo that launched just a year later. In 1953 the channel is change to a more familiar name, Elsenda Sistemo De Kumaloit commonly known as ESK. The second-channel of ESK was launched in 1955 and in 1964 ESK starts to broadcast in color.
Kumaloitha Nasihonalihsiha Radihon i Tilreobiskei
1931-1934 (experimental phase)
Nacia Sistemo De Kumaloit
Elsenda Centra Televidilo
In 1948 after the Independence of North & South Herkatia, EC became the flagship-channel in South Herkatia, and the flagship-channel in North Herkatia became "Kumaloit Televidilo" that is launched a year later.
Elsenda Sistemo De Kumaloit
1964-mid-1980s (primary), mid-1980s-1991 (secondary)
After its reunification, ESK rebranded and the second ESK's programme were given over to Kanalo 3.
The channel got rebranded on January 18th, 1991 and the colors were removed. ESK kept broadcasting well a year the reunification of Herkatia, before officially shutting down on New Year's Eve 1992.