Persian Broadcasting Company

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Persian Broadcasting Company/Tapesh
Type Defunct broadcast television network
Country United States
Availability United States, Canada,
Headquarters Los Angeles, California
Owner Alireza Amirghassemi, Masoud Jamali
Key people
Alireza Amirghassemi, Masoud Jamali
Launch date
October 1989 (1989-10)
Dissolved June 2010 (2010-06)
Replaced by TI TV Network

Persian Broadcasting Company is a Persian television company in the United States. It has two channels: Tapesh and T2, a magazine, and a record company. It was founded by Persian TV personality Alireza Amirghassemi and Masoud Jamali. It offers 24-hour news, movies, music, talk shows, cooking lessons, children's shows, and other Iranian lifestyle programs. Tapesh TV's programming is broadcast live and free-to-air in Persian, directly from its studios in Los Angeles, California.

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