Lemar TV

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Lemar TV
Launched 2006
Owned by MOBY Group
Picture format SDTV
Audience share 15% (as of July 2010, )
Country Afghanistan
Timeshift service Tolo TV
FARSI1 (with News Corporation)
Website www.lemar.tv

Lemar TV (meaning "Sun TV" in Pashto) is a television station based in Kabul, Afghanistan, which was founded in 2006. It is owned by MOBY Group. The channel broadcasts news, shows, and entertainment programs to certain parts of the country.

Its sister channels are Tolo TV, TOLOnews and FARSI1 (which is also owned by News Corporation). Lemar TV play Hindi serials dubbed in Pashto like Laagi Tujhse Lagan. This channel is the second most watched channel in Afghanistan, after Shamshad TV which is the main transmission carrier Pashto channel along with Khyber TV.


Cricket is quickly becoming popular in Afghanistan. The 2010 ICC World Twenty20 was shown for the first time in Afghanistan in the local languages of Pashto and Persian.

This would also open its doors for showing other Cricket tournaments like Cricket World Cup, ICC Champions Trophy, Indian Premier League etc. in the future.

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