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TV channels from Syria
Channel NameLive?Information
.Addounia TV (Arabic)LiveAddounia TV is a live private tv station broadcasting from Damascus, Syria and dedicated to News Talk Entertainment. It started broadcasting in 2007 and is a sister channel of Sama TV.
.Algad TV (Arabic)LiveAlgad TV is a television news channel associated with the Syrian opposition. The channel broadcasts both online and on the Nilesat satellite network. The channel was launched in Paris in 2011.
.Halab TV (Arabic)LiveHalab Today TV is an Independent Syrian satellite Channel from Aleppo. Halab is supposed to be a part of the Syrian opposition.
.Orient News (Arabic)LiveOrient News (Previously known as Television al-Mashreq TV) is news TV channel owned by Ghassan Abboud, a Syrian businessman and journalist and an opposition figure to the Syrian Baath regime. The channel was founded in 2009 and currently based in Dubai, UAE. Orient News produces and airs newscasts, economic and business shows, and documentaries about Syria and its citizens.
.RTV Drama (Arabic)LiveRTV Drama is part of the Syrian State Television which was founded in 1960 in Damascus. RTV Drama broadcasts Syrian soap operas.
.RTV Nour TV (Arabic)LiveRTV Nour TV is part of the Syrian State Television which was founded in 1960 in Damascus. Nour is focused on religious programming.
.RTV S News (Arabic)LiveRTV Sat is owned and controlled by the Syrian Arab Television and Radio Broadcasting Commission (SATRBC) which connected to the Ministry of Information. It is a 24/7 news channel.
.RTV Sat (Arabic)LiveRTV Sat is owned and controlled by the Syrian Arab Television and Radio Broadcasting Commission (SATRBC) which connected to the Ministry of Information. It offers news and informative programs.
.Sama TV (Arabic)LiveSama television station is based in Damascus. It is broadcasting since 2012. Sama TV is a sister channel of Addounia TV. The channel shows a variety of general-interest programs.
Syria Broadcast info (source - CIA World Factbook):
state-run TV and radio broadcast networks; state operates 2 TV networks and a satellite channel; roughly two-thirds of Syrian homes have a satellite dish providing access to foreign TV broadcasts; 3 state-run radio channels; first private radio station launched in 2005; private radio broadcasters prohibited from transmitting news or political content (2007)
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