List of Kurdish-language television channels

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This is a list of Kurdish language television channels.

Iraqi Kurdistan (Bashur)[edit]

Channel Category Owner/Political Party Broadcaster
1 WORLD HD United MixMedia
Al Hurria TV
Amozhgary Religious United MixMedia
Ankawa HD United MixMedia
Asman HD United MixMedia
ASO Sport Tv Sport United MixMedia
Astera HD United MixMedia
AUC1 Kurdistan TV Business
AUC2 Kurdistan TV Business
Babylon HD United MixMedia
Bangawaz Religious United MixMedia
biaban family HD United MixMedia
biaban Movies HD United MixMedia
biaban SPORT Sport United MixMedia
Bablyon TV English Music United MixMedia
Badinan TV
Business Media Channel (BMC) Business United MixMedia
Chara HD United MixMedia
Cihan HD United MixMedia
Dahen Tv United MixMedia
Delal TV Zaxo
Democracy HD General
DUHOK United MixMedia
Effect HD United MixMedia
ESTA United MixMedia
FALCONeye HD United MixMedia
Family HD United MixMedia
Gali Kurdistan Patriotic Union of Kurdistan United MixMedia
Gali Kurdistan Slemani Patriotic Union of Kurdistan United MixMedia
Gali Kurdistan Sport Sport Patriotic Union of Kurdistan United MixMedia
Gali Kurdistan Hawler Patriotic Union of Kurdistan United MixMedia
GEM KURD General
Hawler TV
Hettaw TV
iBaby HD Kids United MixMedia
iMovies HD Cinema, Film United MixMedia
Jamawari Kurdistan HD Kurdistan Socialist Democratic Party United MixMedia
Jojo Mama Kids United MixMedia
JSN United MixMedia
Judy United MixMedia
Kurdistan K24 News, Documentary Kurdistan Democratic Party
Masrour Barzani
United MixMedia
Kanal 4
KIRKUK General Patriotic Union of Kurdistan United MixMedia
KOMALL HD Religious United MixMedia
Korek TV Music
Kurd Shop Shopping
Kurd Sport TV Sports Patriotic Union of Kurdistan
Kurdistan Sport HD Sport United MixMedia
Kurd1 Channel
Kurdish News Network (KNN) News Gorran Movement United MixMedia
Kurdistan Parliament TV Government Kurdistan Regional Government
Kurdistan TV General Kurdistan Democratic Party United MixMedia
Kurdmax United MixMedia
Kurdmax Show United MixMedia
Kurdmax Pepule Kids United MixMedia
Kurdsat General Patriotic Union of Kurdistan United MixMedia
Kurdsat News News Patriotic Union of Kurdistan United MixMedia
LAWAN HD United MixMedia
MaxTV Music United MixMedia
MINARA United MixMedia
Net TV United MixMedia
New Art United MixMedia
Newline TV United MixMedia
Newline 2 United MixMedia
Niga HD United MixMedia
Niga Kids United MixMedia
Niga Movies United MixMedia
ntv Drama United MixMedia
NIROJ TV
NRT News News New Generation Movement
Shaswar Abdulwahid Qadir
United MixMedia
NRT2 General New Generation Movement
Shaswar Abdulwahid Qadir
United MixMedia
Payam tv Religious Kurdistan Islamic Group
Pelistank TV Kids United MixMedia
Parwarda United MixMedia
Qellat tv United MixMedia
Rangin TV
Rasan United MixMedia
Rebari
Rega Political Communist Party of Kurdistan
Reklam 4u Marketing
Rudaw News, Documentary Kurdistan Democratic Party
Nechirvan Barzani
United MixMedia
Silemani Tv United MixMedia
Speda TV Religious Kurdistan Islamic Union United MixMedia
Srusht Religious
U TV Religious Kurdistan Islamic Union United MixMedia
U2 Channel Religious Kurdistan Islamic Union United MixMedia
U TV Sulaimani Religious Kurdistan Islamic Union United MixMedia
Vîn TV Music
WAAR TV Music United MixMedia
WAAR TV Sport Sport
Xak TV Patriotic Union of Kurdistan United MixMedia
Zagros TV Kurdistan Democratic Party United MixMedia
Zaro tv Government, Kids Kurdistan Regional Government
Zarok TV (Based in Turkey) Kids

Turkish Kurdistan (Bakur)[edit]

Defunct[edit]

These television channels were shut down in the course of the 2016 Turkish purges.[1][2][3][4]

Iranian Kurdistan (Rojhilat)[edit]

Syrian Kurdistan (Rojava)[edit]

Europe[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gareth Jones; Ercan Gurses (2016-07-28). "Turkey shuts scores of media outlets, sacks generals". Al Jazeera. Retrieved 2016-07-28.
  2. ^ Police raid TV station over ‘terror propaganda,’ cut broadcast
  3. ^ "İMC TV de kapatıldı" [IMC TV was also closed] (in Turkish). BBC World Service. 30 September 2016. Retrieved 4 October 2016.
  4. ^ "Turkey police shut down pro-Kurdish TV channel live on air". Gulf News. 4 October 2016. Retrieved 4 October 2016.