Shalom TV India

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For the North American Jewish television channel, see Shalom TV.
Shalom TV India
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Launched 26 February 2008
Owned by Shalom Communications Ltd
Slogan God's own channel
Country India, Asia, Europe, USA
Headquarters Peruvannamoozhi, Kozhikode, Kerala
Website [1]

Shalom Television is an Indian Christian television channel. It was launched in March 2005 by Late H.B. Moran Mor Cyril Baselios Catholicos, Major Archbishop of Trivandrum. It first transmitted through Insat 2E@ 83 degree East, before moving to Insat 4B. It is a digital channel broadcasting MPEG-2. The studio of Shalom TV is located in Peruvannamoozhi in Kozhikode district, Kerala. It broadcasts in Malayalam.

Shalom television broadcasts Christian programming in Asia, UK, Europe and the US. It is a non-profit organization that also publishes Shalom Times, Shalom Tidings and Sunday Shalom.

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Shalom has associated itself with Eternal Word Television Network, transmitting programming 24 hours a day to 105 million homes in 110 countries and 16 territories on more than 3,400 cable systems, wireless cable, Direct Broadcast Satellite (DBS), low power TV and individual satellite users.[1]

Central office[edit]

The central office of Shalom TV is located near to the Peruvannamoozhi Dam area in the district of Kozhikode district.

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