Beyaz TV

Beyaz TV is the national television channel founded by Osman Gökçek on May 24, 2010.

Continuing its broadcasting activities under the name Ses TV before 2010, the channel started its new broadcasting period on May 24, 2010 on the same frequency, with a new logo and a new name.

Continuing its broadcasting activities within the body of Beyaz Television Radio Broadcasting Industry and Trade Joint Stock Company, the channel purchased a general broadcast type SD license in 2013 and renewed its broadcast content. The channel, which provides free broadcasting service via Türksat 4A satellite.

Beyaz TV HD channel, on the other hand, broadcasts simultaneously with Beyaz TV channel, which broadcasts in SD, but provides the viewers with the opportunity to watch in high resolution. Therefore, the audience prefers HD.

The reruns of many old popular TV series on Beyaz TV broadcast, including movies, discussion/politics, sports, music-entertainment, economy, life & food, automobile, health, religion, current, magazine, children, documentary, travel, cinema and news. programs exist.

Akit TV

Akit TV is a television channel opened on April 29, 2015. It can be watched on Türksat 4A, D-Smart and KabloTV platforms. When Akit TV was founded in 2015, it announced itself as the broadcasting institution of Yeni Akit newspaper.

4 Turk Music

Watch 4 Turk Music live broadcast. Persiana Media Group began its activities in Paris in 2015. Persiana provides technical support and guidance to television program productions and other satellite service providers. Persiana Media Group operates in France, UAE, Azerbaijan and Turkey.

4 Turk Billboard

Watch 4 Turk Billboard live stream. Persiana Media Group began its activities in Paris in 2015. Persiana Event organizes various festivals in different countries, of which the first-ever Persian Art Festival in France and the Second Persian Art festival in Berlin can be mentioned. In addition, this Group plans to hold the first-ever Standup Comedy Festival, Video Games Festival as well as Persiana Short Film Festival. Persiana Media Group operates in France, UAE, Azerbaijan and Turkey.

Хузур ТВ

Khuzur TV(Хузур ТВ) is the first Muslim channel in the country. The TV channel broadcasts programs for all ages in Russian and Tatar languages: cartoons and educational TV shows, spiritual programs of its own production, as well as feature programs and films. 

Watch lively and positive programs in the morning live broadcast of the Khuzur TV channel. which will energize you for the whole day. In the afternoon, programs about family relationships, love, friendship and religion await you. For young viewers, lulling fairy tales for a day's sleep. In the evening online broadcast of the channel, watch religious programs about the Koran, as well as a whole range of programs in the Tatar language.

On the weekend, the Khuzur TV channel's program schedule will delight history lovers with a live broadcast of fascinating programs about the past. Also, you will find useful culinary TV shows, developing cartoons, cult films and programs of the channel's own production in the Tatar language. Online viewing of the Khuzur TV channel will increase your spiritual knowledge, fill you with love and kindness.



TeleTicino is an Italian-language television channel based in Melide, Switzerland. It was established in 1987. The channel provides local news and entertainment programming for the Ticino canton, which has a mostly Italian-speaking population. Its programming includes talk shows, political debates, comedies in the local Ticinese dialect, entertainment, and sports.

One TV

One TV is a TV channel of Switzerland. Television in Switzerland was introduced in 1950, with regular broadcasts commencing in 1953. People who live in Switzerland are required by law to pay a television licence fee, which is used to finance the public radio and television service SRG SSR. Licence fee-payers in all the linguistic regions of Switzerland all pay the same amount, 365 CHF since 01/01/2019, counting both radio and television licences) and in return, are entitled under the law to services of equal quality. The fee is charged per household and not per person, with empty dwellings being exempt.

Canal Alpha Jura

Canal Alpha is a Swiss regional television channel. It broadcasts throughout the Jurassian Arc, from the Yverdon region (west) to the canton of Jura, as well as in the Bernese Jura. In the mid-1990s, the channel broadcasts throughout the territory of the Canton and is transformed into a public limited company. In addition, the broadcasts become daily.

Expressen TV

Expressen TV is an online news channel operated by Expressen, an evening tabloid newspaper based in Stockholm. It covers a variety of news such as politics, entertainment, sports and more. The programming is broadcast live from 7:00 to 23:00 on weekdays and from 11:00 to 20:00 on weekends.


DiTV is a Swedish television channel owned by the financial newspaper Dagens Industri.

It was launched on November 7, 2005, initially broadcasting between 6 p.m. and midnight as well as a morning show. The schedule contained financial news, current affairs programmes, documentaries and lifestyle shows.

DiTV was initially available on cable, satellite and broadband television. They did however aim to be a part of the digital terrestrial network. DiTV had applied for a license to broadcast terrestrially before the start of the channel. On November 1, 2005 the Swedish Radio and TV Authority announced that DiTV was among the ten channels that should be prioritized as new channels in the network. On February 23, 2006, the Ministry of Culture did however announce that DiTV would not be granted a license for the terrestrial network. Immediate consequences were that CEO resigned and that the morning show was axed.

On October 2, 2006, the channel was relaunched. Most programmes were cut and the channel would now focus on providing financial news updates two time per hour between 9 a.m. and 11 p.m. on weekdays.

In January 2008, DiTV replaced Finansnytt as the provider of financial news for the current affairs channel TV8. The dedicated DiTV channel will be closed down on April 1, 2008, but DiTV will continue broadcasting on the Internet and as a programme on TV8.