Sindh TV

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Sindh Television (STV) is a leading private television channel of Sindhi language in Sindh, Pakistan. Sindh TV is owned by Dolphin Media House, which also owns another channel in Sindhi language called Sindh TV News. Sindh TV News channel covers news and current affairs, airs 24 hours round the clock news and current affair programs.

Sindh TV was founded by Dr. Karim Rajpar and Mr Ajeet Kumar Ahuja in October 2004. Sindh TV has greatly contributed to enriching Sindhi music, drama and music videos. Sindh TV is probably first TV channel of Pakistan which focused on documentaries, and Sindh TV with its professional team of journalists Ishaq Manghrio, Imdad Soomro, Hassan Dars, Buxan Mahranvi and Atta Rajar, produced some excellent and historic documentaries on mountains, archeological sites, forts, rivers, lakes, indigenous communities, these all are available in the library of Sindh TV. Address: Sindh TV second Floor, Hannan Center, Near Baloch Colony Bridge, Off Shahrah-e-Faisal, Karachi.

Reporters[edit]

  • Ghulam Rasool Chandio (Bureau Chief Hyderabad)
  • Attaullah Rajar (Bureau Chief Islamabad)
  • Nadir Ali(Bureau Chief Lahore)
  • Shaukat Noorani (Bureau Chief Sukkur)
  • Javed Langa (Bureau Chief Quetta)
  • Hakim Ali Kumbhar (Cameraman & Editor Quetta 2005 )
  • Khaled Chandio (Hyderabad)
  • Azhar Gul Sarki (Bureau Chief Jacobabad)

District reporters[edit]

Sindh TV News has wide presence all over the province of Sindh, its network of reporters is present in all district headquarters of Sindh, to smaller towns and cities of the province. Sindh TV also maintains a bureau office in other major cities of Pakistan which includes capital Islamabad, Quetta and Lahore.

  • Ghulam Rasool Chandio (Bureau Chief Hyderabad)
  • Attaullah Rajar (Bureau Chief Islamabad)
  • Nadir Ali(Bureau Chief Lahore)
  • Shaukat Noorani (Bureau Chief Sukkur)
  • Javed Langa (Bureau Chief Quetta)
  • Hakim Ali Kumbhar (Cameraman & Editor Quetta Off )
  • Khaled Chandio (Hyderabad) Azhar Gul Sarki (Bureau Chief Jacobabad)
  • Ghulam Mustfe Memon ( Golarchi )
  • Younis Malkani ( Malkani Shareef )

In November 2006 transmission was suspended by the Government of Pakistan.[1] Transmission was resumed later that month after demonstrations in Sindh.[2] Has over 2,000 employees (including freelance Directors)

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