HispanTV

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HispanTV
Type Cable television network
Country  Iran
Availability Worldwide
Slogan Nexo Latino
(Latino Connection)
Owner Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting[1]
Key people
Ezzatollah Zarghami, Director-General
Launch date
December 21, 2011
Picture format
NTSC 480i (SDTV)
Sister channels
IRINN, Al-Alam News Network, Press TV, iFilm
Official website
hispantv.com and hispantv.ir
Language Spanish[1]
Website hispantv.com and hispantv.ir
Availability
Terrestrial
UHF WRUA Canal 33.1 (Fajardo)
WECN Canal 18.2 (Naranjito)
TDT Canal 45 (Madrid)
TDT Canal 57 (Madrid)
Satellite
Eutelsat 3.1ºE 11498 H 11852
NSS-806
Americas
3803 / 27500 / 3/4 H
Intelsat 21 58ºW 3840 H 27690
Hispasat 1D-1E 30ºW 12092 H 27500
Galaxy 19
North America
12028 /21991 / 3/4 H
Cable
global tv Bogotá Canal 59
Planet INTV Maturin (Venezuela) Canal 87
Cable Bello TV (Colombia) 66
TCC (Uruguay) 45

HispanTV (Spanish: [ispanˈteβe, ihpanˈteβe], Persian (patterned from Spanish pronunciation): [ispanˈtebe, ispanˈteve], Persian alphabet: هیسپان‌تی‌وی) is a Spanish language news channel operated by IRIB, Iran's state-owned public broadcasting corporation. It began broadcasting in December 2011.[2] This is the very first Spanish-language TV network in the Middle East and the first Spanish-language TV network from Middle Eastern nation where native languages, including lingua franca Persian, are Indo-European languages, wherein Spanish belongs (Spanish belongs to Romance languages while Persian and most of languages of Iran are Iranian languages, Armenian is a language isolate).

HispanTV's programming has been distributed in Venezuela, Spain, Argentina, Cuba and other countries worldwide and is intended to reinforce ties between Iran and Latin American states such as Venezuela, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, Peru, Colombia, and Mexico as well as to counter what the Iranian government sees as unfair coverage in Western media. The channel is similar to Press TV, an English language news channel and Al-Alam an Arabic satellite TV station also owned by the Iranian state, which claim to provide "accurate and unbiased coverage of the world and the Middle East events as they unfold."[3]

In July 2013, HispanTV and other Iranian channels have been removed from several European and American satellites, allegedly because of the Iran sanctions, even though an EU spokesman said that these sanctions do not apply to media.[4] HispanTV is no longer aired in Spain as Spain is a member of EU and HispanTV is exclusively airing in Hispanic America.

Currently the channel has resumed broadcasting in the Community of Madrid through the channels 45 and 57 UHF DTT.

Goals[edit]

The primary goal of HispanTV is to provide a complete platform of multimedia service to the Spanish speaking peoples of Latin America, Latin-American citizens of Iranian origin, Hispanic and Latino Americans of the United States, Muslim minorities of Hispanophone world, and Spanish-speaking foreign residents in Iran, offering an opportunity for cultural exchange through television and web broadcasts.[5]

TV programs[edit]

  • Irán
  • Enfoque
  • Detrás de la Razón
  • El Color del Dinero
  • Irán Hoy
  • Diálogo Abierto
  • La Gran Historia
  • Cine a Contra Corriente
  • Fort Apache
  • ¿Qué opinas?
  • Continentes
  • Más que Deporte
  • Dossier de Oriente Medio
  • Más allá de la imagen
  • Epílogo
  • Al – Ándalus
  • Al Natural
  • Cara a Cara
  • A la Calle
  • Punto de Mira
  • Guayoyo
  • Panorama
  • Entre Líneas
  • El Encuentro
  • Raíces
  • Nuevos musulmanes
  • Casa Latina, Comida Iraní
  • Recorridos Urbanos
  • Mi viaje al Islam

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