Madani Channel

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Madani Channel
Launched September 2008
Owned by Faizan Productions Pvt Limited, Dawat-e-Islami[1]
Picture format 480i SDT
Slogan "I Must Strive to Reform Myself and People of the Entire World"
Country Pakistan
Broadcast area Most of Asia, (including Middle East Arabia), Africa and Europe, Australasia[2]
Headquarters Karachi, Pakistan
Website MadaniChannel.com
Availability
Satellite
Sky
(UK & Ireland)
Channel 828
Eutelsat 28A
(Europe)
12560 H 27500 2/3
Streaming media
MadaniChannel.com Watch Live


Madani Channel (Urdu: مدنى چينل) is a first and only one Pakistani television channel who free of advertising and television commercials started by Dawat-e-Islami, which broadcasts Islamic television programs around the clock.[3] It is currently available in more than 100 countries around the world, and most of its programs are also viewable online.

Broadcast[edit]

It an Islamic private television network that is aired globally.[4]Madani Channel is available in Asia, Europe, Africa and the Middle East. Madani Channel initiated a 24 hour free-to-air distribution on AsiaSat 3S, Intelsat 10, Atlantic Bird 4A, Galaxy 19, and Eurobird 1.[5]

Programs[edit]

The Madani Channel, which only broadcasts Islamic programmes and the activities of the outfit 24 hours a day. The programmes broadcast include Hamd, Naat, sermons, and question-answer sessions.[6] The programmes broadcast include:

  • Hamd, praise of God
  • Na'at, poems praising prophet Muhammad صلى الله عليه وسلم
  • Tafseer, explanation of the verses of the Qur'an
  • Elaborating the meaning of hadith (Muhammad's صلى الله عليه وسلم narrations)
  • Answers from Islamic scholars addressing the issues of daily Muslim lives
  • Programs for children and housewives.[7]
  • Telecasts featuring the lives of Muslim sages.

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ AsiaSat Press release
  2. ^ About Madni Channel
  3. ^ http://madani.dawateislami.net/
  4. ^ Zaki Shamsi, Maria (2013). A Critical look at the Burgeoning trend of Televangelism in Pakistan Private Television Networks (PDF) (First ed.). Pakistan, Karachi: Indus valley school of art and architecture. p. 18. Retrieved Apr 29, 2015. 
  5. ^ Details of Frequencies for Madani Channel
  6. ^ Channel, Madni. "Agencies explore Qadri’s links". Jung group. The News. Retrieved Friday, January 07, 2011.  Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  7. ^ Madni Channel programs