TV channels from Iraq
Channel NameInformation
. Ahlelbait Satellite (English)Ahlelbait TV transcends all divides, serving Muslims as well as non-Muslims, the religious and the non-practicing, submissive and inquisitive, young, old and everyone in between. It is an exclusively English TV network, dedicated to delivering the pristine message of the Holy Prophet Muhammad and His Holy Household.
. Al Rasheed (Arabic)Al-Rasheed satellite channel broadcasts its various political programs as well as local and international news bulletins from downtown Baghdad. Al Rasheed was founded in 2005.
. Al Sharqiya TV (Arabic)Al Sharqiya ("The Eastern One") is a privately held TV station. The station was launched in 2004. It offers current affairs, satire and reality TV programs
. Alforat TV (Arabic)Alforat is a satellite TV channel owned by SIIC (Supreme Islamic Iraqi Council). It is located in the city of Karrada in Baghdad.
. Alsumaria TV (Arabic)Alsumaria TV is an Independent TV channel that was launched in 2004. It broadcasts live entertainment, social, political, and game shows hosted by young Iraqis, and drama and comedy series starred, directed and produced by Iraqis. The channel has offices in Baghdad and Beirut (Lebanon).
. Anwar TV (Arabic)Anwar TV broadcasts news, social and documentary programs in Arabic. The headquarter is located in Baghdad, with more than 20 other offices world wide.
. Imam Hussein (Farsi)Based on the recommendations and guidance of the religious authority, grand Ayatollah Sayed Sadiq al-Husseini al-Shirazi the channel Imam Hussein was launched. It is focussed on the Shiite population and the Koran. This is the Farsi version.
. Karbala TV (Arabic)Karbala TV is a religious TV channel, inherent to the thought of Imam Hussein and on the other hand to the martyr and the School of Ahl al-Bayt. The channel began broadcasting in 2009.
Iraq Broadcast info (source - CIA WFB):
the number of private radio and TV stations has increased rapidly since 2003; government-owned TV and radio stations are operated by the publicly funded Iraqi Media Network; private broadcast media are mostly linked to political, ethnic, or religious groups; satellite TV is available to an estimated 70% of viewers and many of the broadcasters are based abroad; transmissions of multiple international radio broadcasters are accessible (2015)
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