IRIB Shoma

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IRIB Shoma
IRIB Shoma
Launched 30 July 2011 (Reopening: 20 September 2016)
Closed 17 March 2016 (Temporary Closure)
Owned by Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting
Picture format 16:9 (576i, SDTV)
Slogan Tourism Network
Country Iran
Language Persian , Kurdish
Broadcast area Worldwide
Headquarters Tehran
Jamaran CH43 UHF Digital
Badr Sat (26 E) 11881 /27500 / 3/4 H
Hotbird 12437 / 29900 / 3/4 H
Streaming media
IRIB Shoma Live Streaming

IRIB Shoma (Persian: شبکه‌ی شما‎‎ English: You) was a national ethnicity culture TV channel in Iran which was launched in July 30, 2011 and was the second Iranian television channel to broadcast in digital mode. This channel was available in most provinces, which could be received using Set-top box devices and satellite televisions. This channel shut down in March 17, 2016 by merging in IRIB Amoozesh, but relaunched on September 20, 2016.


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