Ulusal Kanal

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Ulusal Kanal
Ulusal Kanal logo.png
Launched 2005
Owned by Yalçın Büyükdağlı
Picture format 16:9
Slogan Türkiye Bize Bakıyor (English: Turkey looks at on us)
Country Turkey
Language Turkish
Broadcast area Turkish Republic (satellite, cable, terrestrial, web), Middle East and Eastern Europe (satellite, web)
Headquarters Beyoğlu, Turkey
Website www.ulusal.com.tr
Availability
D-Smart Channel 89
Turksat 2A 12130 V 27500 5/6
Cable
Teledünya Channel 40
IPTV
Tivibu Channel 46

Ulusal Kanal (English: the National Channel) is a private Turkish nationwide TV channel established in 2000 broadcasting news and politics. It is linked with the Patriotic Party and was raided by police in 2011 as part of the Ergenekon investigation.[1] Broadcast is done in 576i@50 fields/s SD despite having 1080i HD broadcast equipment. Ulusal Kanal is partly financed by ads and partly by merchandise.

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