IRIB TV2

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IRIB TV2
IRIB TV2 logo.svg
Launched 1979
Owned by IRIB
Picture format 16:9 (576i, SDTV)
Slogan Life Channel
Country Iran
Language Persian
Broadcast area Middle east
Headquarters Tehran
Website www.tv2.ir
Availability
Terrestrial
Jamaran CH54 UHF Analog
Jamaran CH31 UHF Mobile
Jamaran CH37 UHF Digital
Jamejam CH9 VHF Analog
Satellite
Intel Sat 902 7 3/4 27500 1093
Asia Sat S3 7 3/4 30000 12351,75
Streaming media
IRIB TV2 Live Streaming

IRIB TV2 (شبكه دو in Persian), is one of the 32 national television channels in Iran.

It was the first television channel established in Iran after the revolution, created in 1979. As Iran's population grew, the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting decided to introduce a new channel, hoping it to be a compliment to Channel 1.

The channel has programming similar to Channel 1, consisting of mini-series, comedies, movies, children's shows, talk shows, and news broadcasts.

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