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TV Channels in Pakistan, List of Television Stations in Pakistan, Satellite Cable TV Channels Pakistan

Television Sector in Pakistan is now considered among the robust Media Sources of Pakistan and is flourishing.

There used to be only Three State Owned TV Channels in Pakistan until the year 2001 which were available only on Terrestrial Network.

With the introduction of Cable TV System in Pakistan The Electronic Media In Pakistan was revolutionized.

The Variety of channels offered for viewer ship on Cable TV in Pakistan allowed a lot of New TV Channels to start their operations in Pakistan.

A Majority of Pakistani TV Channels are Free to air Satellite Television Stations but some TV Channels with label of being Pakistani on them are Encoded so you need to purchase a special Decoder Receiver in Order to subscribe to those TV Channels.

Pakistani Television Sector is now Developed and you have a variety of TV and Radio channels to follow with quality content.

A lot of Television Channels whose Origins are from Pakistan have gained a lot of fame and exposure throughout the world Courtesy some brilliant efforts by Pakistani People.

Below is a list of some Television Stations TV channels that are Currently Working within Pakistan. Some are prominent and are an essential part of Every Cable TV Network in Pakistan but some are available only in selected areas.

Pakistan Television Network (PTV)

Pakistan Television Network, also referred to as PTV, is Pakistan’s state owned television network which operates on both terrestrial Network & satellite Network.
The Ownership Rights of PTV are with The Government of Pakistan.
There are a number of TV Channels in PTV Network.
Some of the Channels in PTV network are listed below:

PTV Home – Entertainment Channel
PTV News – News Channel
PTV Global – Exclusive channel for overseas Pakistanis.
PTV National – Regional Channel
PTV Bolan – Balochi Language Channel.
AJK TV – Muzaffarabad

Virtual University Educational TV Network

Virtual University, also known as VU, is Pakistan’s first University, completely based on modern information and communication technologies.

This University Offers distance Learning to its students. You have a variety of Lecteurs and Video CD’s accessible online on Internet or in the Form CD’s and Other Modern Sources.

Virtual University was established by the Government of Pakistan as a public sector institution with a clear mission; ‘to provide extremely affordable world class education to aspiring students all over the country’.

Virtual University uses free-to-air satellite television broadcasts and the internet to broadcast knowledge and Course Content across the country Pakistan.

Currently Virtual University provides four TV channels:

Virtual Television 1
Virtual Television 2
Virtual Television 3
Virtual Television 4

Cable and satellite Free To Air and Encoded TV Channels

Aaj TV Network

AAJ News
Play TV – Music & Lifestyle channel

Air Waves Media (Pvt.) Ltd.

TV One
News One
Waseb Tv

ARY Digital Network

ARY Digital – Entertainment Channel
ARY Musik – Music channel
ARY Zauq – Food channel
ARY News – News channel
ARY Qtv – Religious channel

AKS TV – Light Entertainment Family Channel
Asset Plus – Pakistan’s First Community Television available only in DHA Lahore on cable network

ATV Network Pakistan

ATV – Entertainment channel, also available on Terrestrial Networks.
ALite – Pakistan’s first Women Channel available on satellite (Currently on Test Transmission)
Business Plus
Wikkid Plus – kids channel
Channel 5 – News channel
City 42 – News Channel of Lahore
Dawn News – English language News channel
Din News
Dhoom TV

DM Digital Network

DM Digital – Available in UK
DM Digital Global – Available in Asia, Africa, Middle East and Australia
DM Digital Euro – Available in Europe, Africa and Middle East
DM Digital Arabia – Available in Europe, Africa and Middle East
Dunya News

Express Media Network

Express News (Urdu)
Express 24/7 (English)

Eye Television Network

Hum TV
Masala TV – Food channel
Style 360 – Fashion Channel
Oye – Youth Entertainment and Music Lifestyle Channel
Filmazia – Pakistani Movies channel
Filmax – English Movies channel
Film World
Fun TV
Good News TV (Currently on Test Transmission)

Geo Television Network

Aag TV – Music Channel
Geo TV – Entertainment Channel
Geo News – 24 Hour News Channel
Geo Super – Sports channel
Hadi TV- First multilingual Islamic channel broadcasts programmes in English, Urdu, Thai and Malaysian languages.
Haq TV – Islamic Channel
Info TV
IRA News – News Channel
IRA Enter 10 – Entertainment Channel
IRA Urdu – 24-Hour Urdu News Channel

Indus Television Network

Indus Vision
Indus Music
Indus News
G Kaboom
MTV Pakistan
K2 – Music channel
Labbaik TV – Islamic channel
Madni Channel – Islamic channel
Mashriq TV
Metro One
Music Station
Noor TV
N Vibe
Prime TV- UK & Europe
R World
Ravi TV – Film and Entertainment Channel
Roshni TV
Royal News
Rung TV
Samaa – News channel
Silver Screen – Pakistani Movies channel
Star Asia – News channel
Starlite TV – Pakistan’s First TV Channel showing the Hollywood movies, dubbed in Urdu, Punjabi, Sindhi and Pushto.
Sun Biz
Value TV – Real Estate & Lifestyle Channel
Ujala TV – Educational
Waqt News – News channel
Zam TV

Regional Television channels

The TV Channels that cater the needs of only a specific language speaking people or a specific region.

Sindhi Language TV Channels

Awaz TV
Awaz News TV
Dharti TV
Kashish TV
KTN News
Mehran TV
Sindh TV
Sindh TV News

Punjabi Language TV Channels

Apna Channel
Apna News
Punjab TV
Panjnad Television Network
Punjabi TV (UK & USA)

Saraiki Language TV Channels

Rohi TV -
Waseb TV – Part of Airwaves Media Network
Kook TV

Pushto Language TV Channels

AVT Khyber
Khyber News
VSH News

Balochi Language TV Channels

SabzBaat TV

Kashmiri/Pothwari/Pahari Language TV Channels

KBC Kashmir Broadcasting Corporation – Manchester, U.K
Hidayat TV – Gilgit Baltistan, Bradford, U.K
Pothowari TV – Islamabad, New Mirpur
Pahariwood Network

International Television Channels with their Sub Networks For Pakistani

Animal Planet
BBC World News
Cartoon Network
CNBC Pakistan
CNN International
Discovery Channel
Fashion TV
Hallmark Channel
Ten Sports
WB Channel

Future TV Channels Coming Soon

This List includes Pakistani Television Channels in Pakistan which are planned to launch in Future and the work is underway on these Television Channels of Pakistan and are planned to launch soon as Pakistani Television Channels.

Aaj Entertainment
Aruj TV
City 51
Dr. TV
Dunya Entertainment
Express Entertainment
Express Music
Geo Kids
Geo English
Health Channel
Herald News
Herald Entertainment
Jinnah TV
Mirror TV
Pakistan Children Television
Roze TV
Sachal TV
Sachal Music TV
Sanjh TV
Sohni Dharti
View Line
Waaj TV
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