IRIB World Service

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IRIB World Service
Type Radio network
Country Iran
Availability International
Owner Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting
Launch date
1956
Official website
worldservice.irib.ir

IRIB World Service is the official international broadcasting radio network of Iran.

The radio network started to work in 1956 with the aim of familiarizing different world nations with Iran’s history and culture as well as its different regions and historical sites. Following the Iranian Revolution, elaborating on the revolution’s stances and the ideals of the Islamic Republic system were put high on the radio’s agenda.[1]

The radio’s schedule includes news and talk programmes, political and religious commentaries, different series and features on special occasions.

Languages[edit]

The IRIB World Service currently broadcasts in 32 languages:

English Radio[edit]

English Radio is the English language output of the IRIB World Service, aimed to the listeners in the Anglosphere.[1] Voice of Justice is a 60-minute-long programming block, aimed to listeners in the United States.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b About us: IRIB English Radio. Retrieved on 15 August 2014.
  2. ^ Voice of Justice, clandestineradio.com. Retrieved on 15 August 2014.

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