MBC Iraq


MBC Iraq is a TV channel for Iraqi viewers which was launched on 17 February 2019. The channel is owned by Middle East Broadcasting Center.

You are watching MBC Iraq channel from Iraq. The channel's category is General and the speaking language is Arabic.



Dijlah TV (Arabic: قناة دجلة الفضائية‎) is an Iraqi satellite television channel based in Amman, Jordan. It is one of the most watched news channels in Iraq. It follows the Iraqi politician Mohamed Karbouli.

You are watching Dijlah channel from Iraq. The channel's category is News and the speaking language is Arabic.

Al Rasheed


Al Rasheed was founded in 2005. Al-Rasheed satellite channel broadcasts its various political programs as well as local and international news bulletins from downtown Baghdad.

You are watching Al Rasheed channel from Iraq. The channel's category is General and the speaking language is Arabic.

Al Rafidain HQ


Al-Rafidain TV is an Iraq-based Arabic television channel broadcasting from Istanbul, Turkey where its headquarters is located. Launched on 10 April 2006 on Nilesat, the channel is owned by Sunni Arabs and has an anti-Western agenda and supporting Association of Muslim Scholars.



Al Sharqiya is Iraq's first privately owned satellite channel owned by the London, Baghdad and Dubai-based Iraqi media tycoon Saad al-Bazzaz, a secular nationalist from Mosul. Al-Bazzaz is also the Editor in Chief of the Azzaman newspaper. The station was launched in March 2004 and began regular transmission on 4 May 2004.



Zagros TV (Arabic: قناة زاكروس الفضائية‎). (Kurdish: زاگرۆس تیڤی‎) is a Kurdish language satellite television station in Iraqi Kurdistan, broadcasting since 2007. It belongs to the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) and is based in Erbil.

The station takes its name from the Zagros Mountains.

Rudaw TV


Rudaw Media Network (Kurdish: Tora Mîdyayîya Rûdaw) (Kurdish: تۆڕی میدیایی ڕووداو‎), also known as Rudaw (Kurdish: Rûdaw ڕووداو‎), is a media group in Iraqi Kurdistan. It publishes in Kurdish (Sorani and Kurmanji), English, Arabic and Turkish. Rudaw Media Network also owns a weekly newspaper in the Sorani dialect with a circulation of 3,000, a Kurmanji version published in Europe, a website in Kurdish, English, Arabic and Turkish and a satellite TV station. The network is funded and supported by Rudaw Company and aims to impart news and information about Kurdistan and the Middle East.

Rudaw Media Network was temporarily banned in Syrian Kurdistan due to its partisan news and alleged smear campaigns against the Kurdish political parties which oppose the Kurdistan Democratic Party, a ruling political party led by the Barzani family members.

Turkey removed three television channels based in northern Iraq, including Kurdish news agency Rudaw, from its TurkSat satellite over broadcasting violations during the Kurdish Regional Government's referendum in September 2017.

On 28 October 2017, the office of audio visual media of the Iraqi government's Media and Communications Commission issued a decree, ordering the shutdown of Rudaw TV broadcast, prevention of its crews and seizure of their equipment across Iraq. The decree says that the grounds for this move are that Rudaw is not licensed in Baghdad, and for programs "that incite violence and hate and target social peace and security".