IRIB Bazaar

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IRIB Bazaar
IRIB Bazaar
Launched 20 November 2011
Closed 17 March 2016
Owned by Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting
Picture format 16:9 (576i, SDTV)
Slogan Family Purchase Adviser
Country Iran
Language Persian
Broadcast area Worldwide
Headquarters Tehran
Jamaran CH43 UHF Digital
Iran Sat (Badr) 12283 / 27500 / 3/4 V
Streaming media
IRIB Bazaar Live Streaming

IRIB Bazaar (Persian: شبکه‌ بازار‎‎ English: Market channel) was a national home shopping TV channel in Iran which was launched on November 20, 2011 and was the third Iranian television channel to broadcast in digital mode. This channel was available in most provinces and could be received using Set-top box devices, or Satellite televisions. The channel closed in 17 March 2016 and merged in IRIB TV5.


This channel had 7 main purposes. Including following objects:

  • Introducing stuffs
  • Economical news
  • Selling stuffs directly
  • Educational programs about trading
  • Advertisement

However it couldn't reach the targets and was one of the most unsuccessful channels in IRIB.[1]

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