Awaz Television Network

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Awaz TV
Awaz TV Logo
Launched 2009
Network Awaz Television Network
Picture format 4:3 (576i, SDTV)
Slogan Rok Jee Rokee Sagheen
Country Pakistan
Language Sindhi
Broadcast area Pakistan
Headquarters Suite # 405, 4th Floor, Panorama Centre # 2, Saddar, Karachi, Pakistan
Website Official website

Awaz TV is a Sindhi language television channel with headquarters based in Karachi, Pakistan. It was launched in 2009 and broadcasts entertainment and infotainment programs in Sindhi.[1]

Awaz TV is available via satellite on AsiaSat 3S as well as on cable operators all around the country.

Awaz TV hosts many drama, talk shows, morning shows, comedy shows and entertainment shows.[2] The most popular shows are Soomar Sureloo, Hard Line With Shoukat Zardari, Death Line, Subh Jo Awaz, Lok Geet aen Lada, Sonan Khushboo aen Rabeel, and Awaz Night With Yasir Shoroo.[3]

Current talk shows[edit]

Daily talkshows[edit]

Weekly Talkshows[edit]

Current morning shows[edit]

Daily morning show[edit]

Weekly morning show[edit]

Current entertainment shows[edit]

  • Cinema Classic

Awaz night show[edit]

  • Video junction

Evening shows[edit]

  • Abad Gar
  • Antar Mantar
  • Awaz Top Ten
  • Daat Dhani
  • Moh Hik Film Dithi

Drama[edit]

  • Aanja Aas Baki
  • Amar
  • Chring
  • Jeevan Jo Imtehaan
  • Pinjroo
  • Unjjaroo
  • Kari Pag

Comedy[edit]

  • Mazedaar Mehfil
  • Full Comedy

Previous hit shows[edit]

  • Shaan e Mustafa
  • Awaz Ramzan
  • Iftaar with Awaz
  • Election Special by Awaz

IT Team[edit]

  • Zeeshan Zahid
  • Suhaib
  • Salman
  • Shahid A.B. Qureshi
  • Adeel Ahmed

News Team[edit]

Abdul Razzaq Sarohi (Director News and Current Affairs) Zohaib zardari (Anchor person)

Adeel Hassan Tunio ( Creative Head )

Farhan Tunio ( News Producer)

Imran Tunio

Ubaidullah Bhand

Irshad Ali khilji( News Producer)

Riaz Abro

Saajan Mirani


Gulam Mustafa Khuwaar

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About Awaz Tv". Archived from the original on 16 January 2010. Retrieved 30 Sep 2016. ,
  2. ^ http://hamariweb.com/pakistan-tv-channels/awaz_tv_live.aspx, Awaz Television Network (Sindhi language TV) on hamariweb.com website, Retrieved 30 Sep 2016
  3. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AePryugZccM, Awaz TV (Sindhi language channel) on YouTube, Retrieved 30 Sep 2016

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