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KurdSat News TV
KurdSat News TV
PositionSatelliteBeam
EIRP (dBW)
FrequencySystemSR
FEC
EncryptionPackagesLang.Source
85.2°EIntelsat 15Middle East10995 HDVB-S2
8PSK
MPEG-4
HD
10000
1/2
KurV Kopertehov
160313
53.0°EExpress AM6Ku Fixed 2
48
12594 VDVB-S
MPEG-2
27500
2/3
KurF Dibba
190405
53.0°EExpress AM6Ku Fixed 2
48
12675 VDVB-S2
QPSK
MPEG-4
HD 1080
4240
5/6
KurZ Viglidán
Marcel 2
190109
8.0°WEutelsat 8 West BMENA
0
11137 HDVB-S2
8PSK
MPEG-4
HD 1080
27500
5/6
KurS Izkovitz
190121
97.0°WGalaxy 19Ku
0
12177 VDVB-S
MPEG-2
23000
3/4
KurS Chrétien
190415

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KurdSat News 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 News TV 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.

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

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

KurdSat News TV,

KurdSat News TV,

KurdSat News TV