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Sindh TV

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Sindh Television Network
Sindh tv.jpg
CountryPakistan
HeadquartersHannan Centre, 13 Shahrah-e-Faisal, Umar Colony, Karachi, Sindh[1]
Programming
Picture format4:3 (576i, SDTV)
Ownership
OwnerDolphin Media House
Sister channelsSindh TV News
Sindh Music
Sindh TV Sports
History
Launched1 October 2004 (2004-10-01)
Links
Website[1]

Sindh TV (trademarked Sindh TV) or Sindh Television is a Sindhi-based satellite television channel. The channel promotes "culture, sufism and affection for the Sindhi language" airing a wide variety of programs, such as a morning show, infotainment, music, sitcoms, dramas, cooking shows and kids programs.[2]

History

The channel began test transmission in October 2004 with regular transmission beginning later that month. It is owned by Karim Rajpar and Ajeet Kumar Ahuja, Dolphin Media House, and its documentary staff includes journalists Ishaq Manghrio, Imdad Soomro, Hassan Dars, Buxan Mahranvi and Atta Rajar, the 1st Editor Imran Sarang Soomro who produced works on mountains, archaeological sites, forts, rivers, lakes and indigenous communities.[3][better source needed] A few months later, in 2005 Sindh TV started news bulletins from 5-10pm every hour. Abdul Razzaque Sarohi was news director and Aamir Rasool Sheikh was news editor.

Broadcast

The channel shows 3-5 programs per day on its regular schedule,[4] as well as posting daily clips and recordings onto its Facebook and YouTube[5] channels.

Sindh TV News

In November 2006, the transmission of the sister channel Sindh TV News was suspended by the Government of Pakistan.[6] Transmission was resumed later that month after demonstrations in Sindh.[7]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Contact".
  2. ^ "About".
  3. ^ http://www.sindh.tv.com.pk/
  4. ^ "Shedule".
  5. ^ "SindhTVHD - YouTube". YouTube.
  6. ^ Sindh TV transmission suspended, Daily Times, November 10, 2006
  7. ^ Sindhi channel resumes service in Pak, The Times of India, November 26, 2006
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