Islamic TV

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This article is about the Bangladeshi TV channel. For the UK TV channel, see Islam Channel.
Islamic TV
Islamic TV Logo.gif
Islamic TV Logo
Launched April 2007
Closed 2013
Owned by Broadcast Islamic world Ltd.
Picture format MPEG-2
Country Bangladesh
Broadcast area National
Headquarters 34/1 (3rd floor), Poribag, Sonargaon roea, Hatirpur, Dhaka.
Website Islamic TV
Telstar 10 4146 MHz

Islamic TV (Bengali: ইসলামিক টিভি) is the first Islamic television station in Bangladesh. The owner of the channel is Said Iskandar, the younger brother of the former Prime Minister Khaleda Zia. Its head office is in the Banglamotor, Dhaka, Bangladesh. In 2013, Islamic TV shut down the air.[1][2]

Satellite Frequency[edit]

2R, Frequency 4146,
Symbol Rate 3600,
Polarization Horizantal,
Location 76.5* East, Sec 3/4

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