TV AND RADIO CHANNELS IRAN
IRIB - Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting
IRIB World Service is the official international broadcasting station of Iran. The voice of the Islamic Republic of Iran started work in 1956 with the aim of familiarizing different world nations with Iranís history and culture as well as its different regions and historical sites.
Jame Jam 1 - Iran TV Channel
Jame Jam 1 (IRIB 1) is a television channel showing programs for Iranians living outside of Iran. This program is specially made to show memories of Iranians living in the past. This channel also includes TV series which are shown in Domestic TV in Iran. Jame Jam are three channels.
Jaam-e Jam International
Jaam-E-Jam is one of the first U.S.-based Persian television channels. According to the company, the name refers to the magical cup of an ancient Persian king, Jamshid.
Jame Jam 2 - Iran TV Channel
Jame Jam 2 (IRIB 2) is a television channel showing programs for Iranians living outside of Iran. This channel shows Iranian movies series, films, programs for children, major Iranian sporting events, news, and other special programs.
Khorasan TV - Iran TV Channel
Khorasan TV is a satellite TV channel broadcast from the United States. The station is available on Galaxy 25 satellite dish throughout North America.
Sahar - Iran TV Channel
Sahar is an Iranian TV station available on satellite, and not seen in Iran. It is funded by the IRIB and has religious and political programming.
Channel 1 - Iran TV Channel
Channel 1 is one of five nationally-broadcast television channels in Iran. Channel 1 was the first national television channel in Iran, and is now the oldest Iranian television channel having been established in 1966. The channel is referred to by some as the National Channel, as most of IRIB's television budget is set aside for this channel.
Channel 2 - Iran TV Channel
Channel 2 is one of five nationally broadcast television channels in Iran. It was the second television channel established in Iran, created in the 1980s. As Iran's population grew, the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting decided to introduce a new channel, hoping it to be a compliment to Channel 1.
Channel 3 - Iran TV Channel
Channel 3 is one of five nationally broadcast television channels in Iran. It is the third television channel created by the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting, and started broadcasting on December 5, 1993. The channel broadcast major Iranian sport events, mini-series, comedies, and movies.
Channel 4 - Iran TV Channel
Channel 4 is one of five nationally broadcast television channels in Iran. The channel is known to be a more artistic and academic channel. The twenty-four hour a day channel broadcasts documentaries, academic conferences, interviews with scholars in all fields, artistic movies, economic magazines, plays and philosophical discussions.
Tehran TV - Iran TV Channel
Tehran TV is an IRIB television channel, shown only in the province of Tehran. The channel is one of the newer television channels in Iran and was established in 1998. Even though it is a provincial channel, it is extremely popular and many of its programs have become nationally syndicated. The channel's 24 hour a day broadcast has children's programming, afternoon talk-shows, comedies, mini-series and movies.
IRINN - Iran TV Channel
IRINN stands for Islamic Republic of Iran News Network. It is a full news channel part of IRIB. The headquarters is in the Jame Jam Park. The main programs are political, but sports and medical news programs also exist. Its language is mainly in Persian but there are special programs in English and Arabic.
Press TV - Iran TV Channel
Press TV is an English language international television news channel which is funded by the Iranian government, based in Tehran and broadcasts in English on a round-the-clock schedule.
Al-Kawthar TV - Iran TV Channel
Al-Kawthar TV is a Tehran-based Arabic-language television channel. Established in 2006 by Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting, it broadcasts religious and cultural programs about 19 hours a day mainly for Arab audience in the Middle East and North Africa.
Al-Alam News - Iran TV Channel
Al-Alam News Network is a Tehran-based Arabic-language television news channel. Established in 2003 by Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting, it broadcasts continuously, addressing the most challenging issues of the Muslim and Arab world and the Middle East.
Salaam TV - Iran TV Channel
Salaam TV is an independent satellite television channel committed to providing Islamic programming. Salaam TV was established in early 2005; its launch date intentionally coincided with the Eid of Ghadeer. On May 22, 2006 Salaam TV was available through satellite television in Europe and Iran through Hot Bird.
Radio Payam - Iran Radio Station
Radio Payam means "message radio" in Persian .That's a state owned radio station in Iran that mainly has music, traffic and general news.
Radio Javan - Iran Radio Station
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Radio Maaref - Iran Radio Station
Radio Maaref Iran Radio Station.
IRIB Radio - Iran Radio Station
The English section of the voice of the Islamic Republic of Iran started work in 1956 with the aim of familiarizing different world nations with Iranís history and culture as well as its different regions and historical sites. Following the 1979 Islamic Revolution, elaborating on the revolutionís stances and the ideals of the Islamic Republic system were put high on the English radioís agenda.