IRIB TV5

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IRIB TV5
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Launched November 26, 1995
Owned by IRIB
Picture format 16:9 (576i, SDTV)
Slogan Channel 5, A Window to Economic Possiblities
Country Iran
Language Persian
Broadcast area Asia
Headquarters Tehran
Website www.tv5.ir
Availability
Terrestrial
Jamaran CH41 UHF Digital
Alvand CH34 UHF Mobile
Satellite
Intelsat
Middle East
11555 / 30000 / 3/4 V
Hotbird
Middle East
12437 / 29900 / 3/4 H
ST-2
Middle East
123348 / 27500 / 3/5 V
Iran - Badr 5
Middle East & North Africa
11900 / 27500 / 3/4 V
Iran Sat
Middle East & North Africa
11880 / 27500 / 3/5 V
Streaming media
IRIB TV5 Live Streaming

IRIB TV5 (شبکه پنج in Persian), is an Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting television channel.

The channel is one of the newer television channels in Iran and was established on November 26, 1995. The channel was also referred to Tehran Channel by the citizens of Tehran, as it was only available in Tehran. On 20 December 2014, the channel changed from a provincial channel to national channel, added programs focusing on economy. Tehran's provincial channel started broadcasting on 25 January 2016, in its own right, but merged again with Channel 5 on 10 August 2016 and Channel 5 became provincial again.[1]

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