|Position||Satellite||Beam EIRP (dBW)||Frequency||System||SR FEC||Encryption||Packages||Lang.||Source|
|53.0°E||Express AM6||Ku Fixed 2 47-48||12594 V||DVB-S MPEG-4 HD 1080||27500 2/3||Kur||Z Viglidán 200706|
|8.0°W||Eutelsat 8 West B||East 0||12604 V||DVB-S MPEG-4 HD 1080||27500 7/8||Kur||K Berkes 200111|
NRT Education began regular broadcasting, showing lectures and lessons for students who are stuck at home during the continued school closure in the Kurdistan Region because of the coronavirus outbreak.
Lessons for twelfth grade and subjects at other grade level will be broadcast daily in Sorani Kurdish.
NRT Education is available on Nilesat satellite at the frequency of 11636 V and the symbol rate of 27500.
Stêrk TV has been broadcasting in DVB-S (Digital Video Broadcasting – Satellite) quality until now.
In a statement released by the Kurdish television, the DVB-S2 broadcasting standard will be introduced on 1 May to achieve better image and sound quality.
Stêrk TV invited its viewers to make some changes with the remote from May 1st.
In order to reach the new broadcast quality, by entering the television menu with the remote control, manual changes to Stêrk TV settings are recommended.
Accordingly, all that needs to be done will be entering the satellite settings in the television menu, where only the DVB-S setting will be changed to DVB-S2.
After saving the new setting, it will be possible to watch Stêrk TV with better quality sound and image.
ROME, March 12, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — iKO Media Group, a global end-to-end service provider for broadcasters and content owners, announces a new major re-launch of Kurdish television station Kurdsat, further positioning the company as a leading global distribution solutions provider.
iKO is well poised to meet the complex demands of global distribution thanks to their diverse and multi-faceted offerings. The boutique service provider was able to successfully re-launch the Kurdish TV station in SD and HD on a global scale – US, Latin America, Middle East and Europe. In addition, they also provided Kurdsat with their advanced OTT platform, iKOFLiX.
“We were looking for the most professional and complete solution to reclaim our #1 ranking in the Kurdish market. iKO provided us with the expertise, knowledge and experience needed to reach and grow our audience on a global scale.” Amanj Kamal CEO Kurdsat
“We are proud to re-launch one of the leading Kurdish channels on a global scale. We are confident that our collaboration with Kurdsat will assist in returning the channel to its leading position in the local and global market.” David Treadway, Chairman, iKO Media Group
iKO will be featuring its new advanced Playout solutions at this year’s CABSAT event in Dubai, with a focus on the iKOCloud – a complete, cloud-based playout solutions for global content distribution.
Kurdsat Broadcasting Corporation is the second Kurdish language satellite television station in Iraqi Kurdistan, broadcasting since 2000. It belongs to the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) and is based in Sulaymaniyah.
The channel broadcasts programs in Kurdish language. Other languages such as Persian and Arabic are also used in some programs. Kurdsat was among the Kurdish satellite stations in Kurdistan. Kurdsat maintains a website for recent news and commentaries in Kurdish, Arabic and English.
About iKO Media Group
iKO Media Group is a boutique end-to-end media service partner for broadcasters and content owners. They provide tailor-made solutions focused on customer needs through dedicated service to a wide range of global and local networks. iKOMG differs from other service providers thanks to a holistic approach and a keen ability to offer the best SLA for mid-size networks.
This approach allows iKOMG to deliver effective solutions customized to specific budgets and requirements without compromising on quality of service. As a trusted partner to dozens of global and local networks, iKOMG is identified with expert knowledge, dedicated service and professionalism. iKOMG is committed to operating its business with the goal of creating value for all stakeholders. The company’s sustainability strategy focuses on social, environmental, and economic responsibility.
SULAIMANI — The new kids’ channel NRT 3 started transmission at 4 p.m. on Sunday (February 10).
The new channel broadcasts on Nilesat satellite, at the frequency of 11636, S/R 27500, Pol: V.
The programs of the channel will focus on the world of kids, education, and inventions.
In November, Nalia Media Corporation (NMC) announced it would launch a new kids’ channel in 2019.
NMC is a private, independent Kurdish media network based in Sulaimani. Its main subsidiary, Nalia Radio and Television (NRT), has offices and a network of journalists across the Region, Iraq, and the world.
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Rojava FM was one of the achievements of the 19 July Revolution. It was broadcast from the mountains of Qereçox. In 2017, the Turkish occupation army launched an attack on the mountains of Qereçox, causing the martyrdom of 3 radio workers and serious damage on the Radio equipment.
On the 10th of September, Rojava FM re-broadcast it, and on two frequencies, the first is 89.40 and the people of the regions of Dêrik, Rumilan, Çil Agha and Tirbespiyê can listen to the radio at this frequency.
The other frequency broadcast by Radio Rojava FM is 96.5, a new frequency. The people of al-Hasakah, al-Shadadi, Deir ez-Zor, Qamishlo, Amouda, Ed-Darbasia, Tel Tamar and Serêkaniyê areas can listen to the radio at this frequency.
Rojava FM also started broadcasting on satellite channels, and it is now broadcasting on the Nilesat satellite, at the frequency of 12687 H 27500
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Kurdmax TV owned, operated and managed by EDICOO group, is a Kurdish/Erbil based Television channel broadcasting under The KRG-Ministry of Culture licenses to audiences in the Iraq, some part of Europe and the Middle East, transmitting from Nilesat 104A satellite. Kurdmax TV pushes the boundaries of Kurdish speaking TV with intriguing.
entertaining and thought attractive programming. Kurdmax TV Since its launch in July 2012, Kurdmax TV has changed the face of Kurdish language broadcasting and has raised the bar for existing and future television channels. From fascinating dramas to must see prime time entertainment shows never before has a kurdish language audience had access to such a variety of original programs.Depend on monthly/yearly (IPSOS) reports kurdmax TV channel
has on top rating among all Kurdish channel. We attached great importance to both dialects of Kurdish language (Sorani, kurmanji) because of that we upgrade our TV to double audio system for both kurdish main dialect. Our aim is to actively build Kurdmax TV into a leading multimedia entertainment platform by delivering high quality content
KurdSat TV opened on
January 01, 2000, is a Kurdish satellite channel based in the city of
Sulaimany in Iraqi Kurdistan Region It is a general cultural TV channel
covers a wide range of areas such as politics, news, art, sport and
other issues concern.
Kurdsat Broadcasting Corporation (Kurdish: کوردسات Kurdsat) is the second Kurdish language satellite television station in Iraqi Kurdistan, broadcasting since 2000. It belongs to the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) and is based in Sulaymaniyah.
The channel broadcasts programmes in Kurdish language. Other languages such as Persian, English and Arabic are also used in some programmes with Kurdish subtitles. First established following the Gulf War, Kurdsat was among the Kurdish satellite stations in Kurdistan. Kurdsat maintains a website for recent news and commentaries in Kurdish, Arabic and English.
Rudaw is a Kurdish media network funded and supported by Rudaw Company. The network aims to impart news and information about Kurdistan and the Middle East in a professional manner. Those interested in Kurdistan and the Kurdish cause can follow the latest developments in the region in both Kurdish and English through Rudaw’s multiple platforms. Rudaw TV.