A group of anti-government protesters have on Sunday morning taken control of Thai PBS telvision station, People's Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) spokesman Samran Rodphet said, Bangkok Post reported.
Mr Samran said the protesters moved from the government complex on Chaeng Wattana Road to Thai PBS station on Vibhavadi Rangsit Road. They were led by Sakolthee Pattiyakul, one of the PDRC core members.
The anti-government group told Thai PBS representatives to televise speeches made by PDRC co-leaders and programmes of Democrat Party-owned Blue Sky satellite TV channel. Thai PBS had also been told not to broadcast announcements made by the government and the Centre for Administration of Peace and Order (Capo).
Mr Samran asked the anti-government demonstrators to help prevent police from arrest PDRC co-leaders at different rally sites.
"If officers approach us, hug them. If that's not enough, kiss them in the cheeks," the PDRC spokesman told the protesters.