|This article relies on references to primary sources. (August 2009)|
|Network||Pakistan Television Corporation|
|Owned by||Government of Pakistan|
|Picture format||4:3 (576i, SDTV)|
|Broadcast area||Pakistan, United States, Canada, UK and Middle East|
|Sister channel(s)||PTV News|
|World TV Europe (Europe)||Channel 12|
|Sky (UK)||Channel 810|
|Dish Network (USA)||Channel 616|
|Bell Fibe TV (Canada)||Channel|
PTV Global is a TV channel broadcast by Pakistan Television Corporation and also offered in Europe and United States. Its broadcasts select programming from PTV National, PTV News and other PTV-run networks. On air since April 2006, PTV Global is available via Dish Network in the US. Consisting of a wide range of programmes that are enjoyed by many people. Being part of the Pakistan Television Corporation brand name, it is under control of the Government of Pakistan. In the United Kingdom PTV Global is Free To Air on Sky Channel 810 and also in Mainland Europe on Eutelsat 28A.
- Rent A Bhoot
- Mail Mulaqat
- Fehmul Quran
- Dateline Pakistan
- English News
- Honestly Speaking
- Rise & Shine
- Pocket Money Show
- Sunehray Geet
- Young Tarang
- Tele Film
- PTV Global Eid Special With Danish
PTV in the UK
PTV Global was launched on Sky Channel 810 in 2007. It commenced its transmissions on the 2nd April 2007.
PTV in USA
PTV Global was launched in 2006. It is one of the six channels of the PTV Network. It commenced its transmission for the United States on April 22, 2006 and for the United Kingdom on April 2, 2007.
PTV Global beams its transmission from Islamabad, Pakistan on AsiaSat-35, and is viewed in over 50 countries worldwide, covering the continents of Asia, Africa, Europe, America and Australia. PTV Global is available exclusively in the US on the Dish Network. PTV is the most watched television network in Pakistan.
PTV-Global covers news & current affairs programming covering all faucets of national politics, economy, current affairs, regional & International news, with a focus on the culture, art and music of Pakistan.
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