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MBC Persia is a free-to-air television channel owned by Emirati-based MBC Group that shows movies and television series. Programs are subtitled in Persian. You are watching MBC Persia channel from Iran. The channel's category is General and the speaking language is Persian.
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Radio Farda is the Iranian branch of the U.S. government-funded Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) external broadcast service for providing "factual, objective and professional journalism" to its audiences. It broadcasts 24 hours a day in the Persian language from its headquarters in the district Hagibor of Prague, Czech Republic.
Radio Farda first aired December 2002. Radio Farda broadcasts news on topics like political, cultural, social, and art with an emphasis on Iran. The name "Farda" means "tomorrow" in Persian. Radio Farda's broadcasts have been continually blocked by Iranian authorities over the history of its programming.
Launched in December 2002 as the successor to RFE/RL's Persian Service, Radio Farda advances the goals of U.S. foreign policy against Iran, providing "objective and accurate news and information to counter state censorship and ideology-based media coverage". Radio Farda's new website was launched in 2006 and receives over 3 million page views every month.
Radio Farda was established in 2003 as a joint effort of RFE/RL and Voice of America (VOA). In 2007, the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) decided to consolidate all of Radio Farda's operations under RFE/RL. Then in July 2008, RFE/RL assumed sole responsibility for all Radio Farda programming.
In 2009 Radio Farda's SMS system, profiles were launched. Farda's audience sends thousands of voice, text and e-mail messages and comments frequently on the website and page. Radio Farda page has over 25,000 friends.
Following two weeks of large-scale protests during the June 12th Iranian elections authorities severely restricted the broadcasts of RFE/RL's Persian Service.
Being one of the least free media environments in the world, Iran ranks 185th out of 195 in Freedom House's "Freedom of the Press 2009" report, behind countries like Sudan, Saudi Arabia, and Tajikistan. In the wake of mass public protests following June's disputed presidential elections, the Iranian government stepped up its efforts to control internet services and other forms of electronic communication, including broadcasts from Radio Farda, which remain illegal in the country.
It is an entertainment channel, with a range of popular and informative programs. Watch it live online stream of Persian Bazaar TV from Iran.
PBC Tapesh TV (Persian Broadcasting Company / Tapesh TV / تپش) is a television channel station from Iran, United States. Watch free online TV stations from Iran, United States.
Watch Mohabat TV Live from Iran. Mohabat TV is a Persian christian channel that has been broadcasting Christian Television in Iran since 2012.
Manoto is an international free-to-air Persian language general entertainment channel launched in October 2010 that is owned by Marjan Television Network Ltd. , which was established by Kayvan Abbassi and Marjan Abbassi. It is based in London and its programs include documentaries, films, series, news and reports.
Manoto's viewership rates are difficult to determine; however, anecdotal reports about the channel's ubiquitous popularity suggests that it has gained rapidly in market share to rival more established satellite channels like BBC Persian and VOA Persian TV. According to a BBC report in 2008, these channels may be watched by at least 30 percent of households inside Iran. Iranian TV has suggested Manoto TV is financed by The Pentagon.
Manoto's funding comes from venture capitalists, according to a 2011 report on human rights and information access in Iran by the Foreign Policy Centre, a UK-based independent think tank. The report did not name the venture capital firms behind the station. However, many Iranian analysts believe that the channel is promoting Iran's ousted monarchy purposefully.
Kayvan and Marjan Abbassi, the UK-based Iranian couple who launched Manoto 1, in 2010, stay out of the media spotlight. They and other Manoto 1 officials have usually declined to comment for their company and TV channel despite repeated requests for interviews.
Manoto TV can be downloaded via six satellite signals in Iran, the Middle East, Europe, North Africa and West Asia.
Karbala TV is a religious TV channel, inherent to the thought of Imam Hussein and on the other hand to the martyr and the School of Ahl al-Bayt. The channel began broadcasting in 2009.