List of Kurdish-language television channels
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This is a list of Kurdish language television channels.
Iraqi Kurdistan (Bashur)
Turkish Kurdistan (Bakur)
- TRT Kurdî – Turkish state channel
- Denge TV
- Dîjle TV
- Dünya TV - based in Gaziantep
- Batman TV
- Amed TV - based in Diyarbakır (Kurdish: Amed)
- Gün TV
- TV 10
- Hayat TV
- Zarok TV – Kurdish Children's channel
Iranian Kurdistan (Rojhilat)
- Sahar TV – Multilingual TV based in Tehran, Iran and affiliated to Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB) which has program in different languages, including Kurdish
- Kordestan TV Is the provincial TV of Kordestan province based in Sanandaj.
- Zagros TV Is the provincial TV of Kermanshah province based in Kermanshah.
- Aflak TV Is the provincial TV of Lorestan province based in Khorramabad.
- Ilam TV Is the Provincial TV of Ilam province based in Ilam and affiliated to IRIB which has program in both Kurdish and Persian
- Atrak TV Is the provincial TV of North Khorasan province based in Bojnurd.
- Mahabad TV Is the Local TV of Mahabad city and affiliated to IRIB which has program in both Kurdish and Persian.
- West Azerbaijan – Provincial TV based in Wirmê (Urmîye or Urmia) and affiliated to IRIB which has program in Kurdish, Azeri and Persian.
Syrian Kurdistan (Rojava)
- ASOsat TV – based in Sweden
- Çira tv
- Gün TV
- KMC TV – based in Sweden, music channel
- Komala TV –
- Kurd 1 – based in Paris, France, independent Kurdish channel
- Med Muzîk – music channel, pro-PKK
- Med Nûçe – based in Europe, for whole Kurdistan, specific northern Kurdistan
- Newroz TV – based in Sweden, PJAK
- Roj TV – based in Denmark
- Rojhelat TV – based in Sweden
- Stêrk TV
- Ronahî TV – for Syrian Kurdistan
- Tishk TV – based in France, KDPI
- Gareth Jones; Ercan Gurses (2016-07-28). "Turkey shuts scores of media outlets, sacks generals". Al Jazeera. Retrieved 2016-07-28.
- Police raid TV station over ‘terror propaganda,’ cut broadcast
- "İMC TV de kapatıldı" [IMC TV was also closed] (in Turkish). BBC World Service. 30 September 2016. Retrieved 4 October 2016.
- "Turkey police shut down pro-Kurdish TV channel live on air". Gulf News. 4 October 2016. Retrieved 4 October 2016.