TV and radio channels Iraq

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Al Iraqiya - Iraq TV Channel
Al Iraqiya is a terrestrial television network in Iraq that was set up after the fall of Sadaam Hussein. It is an Arabic language network that serves upwards of 85% of Iraq's population, and is viewed by a significant percentage (about 40%).

Al Sharqiya - Iraq TV Channel
Al Sharqiya ("The Eastern One") is Iraq's first privately owned satellite channel owned by the London-based Iraqi media tycoon Saad Bazzaz, a former head of radio and television under the Saddam Hussein regime until he defected in 1992.[1] The station was launched in March 2004 and began regular transmission on 4 May 2004.

Alsumaria - Iraq TV Channel
Alsumaria is a terrestrial television network in Iraq.

Al Forat - Iraq TV Channel
Al Forat Network is a satellite television network in Iraq. The Arabic language network is owned by SIIC the largest Shi'a political party in Iraq. Al-Forat has 300 employees with offices located in the city of Karrada in Baghdad.

Ashur TV - Iraq TV Channel
Ashur TV is an Assyrian-based satellite television channel that is affiliated with the Assyrian Democratic Movement political party.

Ishtar TV - Iraq TV Channel
Ishtar TV is a Assyrian broadcasting channel which has its headquarters at Arbil, Iraq. The channel was launched in the summer of 2005. The language broadcast mostly in Aramaic, but Arabic and Kurdish are heard throughout the day as well.

Kurdistan TV - Iraq TV Channel
KTV, ji Kurdistanę her roj bi ręya satelîtę wesanę dike.

Al Fayhaa TV - Iraq TV Channel
Al Fayhaa TV is a political, social and cultural channel based in the UAE that delves into Iraqi issues and questions, centering on assisting Iraqi...

Sumer FM - Iraq Radio Station
A media institution born from within the people of Iraq and got its name from the ancient Iraqi Sumerian civilization. They’re destined to every Iraqi inside and outside Iraq and the world in general. Radio Sumer FM started it’s transmission on the 13th of November 2004 on FM 99.8 MHz, transmitting around the clock.


Ashur Radio - Iraq Radio Station
Launched in April 2000 by the Assyrian Democratic Movement. Broadcasts in Assyrian and Arabic on shortwave, reportedly from a transmitter in Azerbaijan.

Freedom Radio - Iraq Radio Station
Freedom Radio | Ocean Cliffs Compound, AFN Iraq Broadcasting 24-hours a day, 7 days a week. Freedom Radio is your source for Hit Music, the latest news and the best entertainment in the Desert.

Radio Dijla - Iraq Radio Station
Iraqi news radio station broadcasting in Arabic.

Radio Nawa - Iraq Radio Station
Radio Nawa - Iraqi radio station broadcasting in Arabic and Kurdish.

Radio people - Iraq Radio Station
Radio people - Iraqi authentic voice Sound which fills you a guest talking about Akekm and your future .. Because it is your future.

Voice of Iraq - Iraq Radio Station
Independent Iraqi radio station broadcasting in Arabic, Turkmen and English.

Voice of the Iraqi People - Iraq Radio Station
Voice of the Iraqi Communist Party, broadcasting from northern Iraq, possibly using Kurdish facilities.

Al Bilad Radio Iraq - Iraq Radio Station
Iraqi radio station providing religious, cultural, political and social programs.

Iraqi Media Network Radio - Iraq Radio Station
US-run. Has also identified itself as Republic of Iraq Radio from Baghdad and Voice of Free Iraq. Broadcasts on 98.3 MHz FM in Baghdad. Has also been heard on 1026 kHz as "Iraqi Media Network, Radio Baghdad". Satellite relay on Hot Bird, 13 degrees east, 11137 MHz, horizontal polarization.