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Türkmenistan Sport HD Frequency On Turkmenalem

Türkmenistan Sport HD Frequency On Turkmenalem

In Turkmenistan, television has been operating for over 50 years and is subject to vigorous state censorship. Notorious for a totalitarian control on media, Turkmenistan has consistently occupied one among the last three spots of the annual Press Freedom Index since its inception in 2006

There are 7 television channels — Altyn Asyr, Yashlyk, Miras, The Turkmenistan TV Channel, Türkmen Owazy, Ashgabat TV, and Turkmenistan Sport. All of them used to be under the aegis of Ministry of Culture and Broadcasting of Turkmenistan, before being subsumed under the jurisdiction of the State Committee of Turkmenistan on TV, Radio and Film on 17 October 2011. The channels broadcast from Yamal 201, before shifting to their indigenous satellite TürkmenÄlem 52oE

In 1996, the Economist Intelligence Unit noted Turkmenistan to receive three channels — Channel One Russia, Sakhra, and Rossiyskyi. All were produced in Russia Altyn Asyr, Yashlyk, and Miras were the first three channels to operate out of Turkmenistan. Writing in 2005, Paul Brummell finds the troika to serve similar content encompassing documentaries about Turkmenistan, music-and-dance concerts, and dubbed foreign films (esp. Bollywood). The top-right corner of each channel featured a silhouette of Niyazov’s head


Türkmenistan Sport HD

Frequency
12303
Polarization
V
Symbol Rate
27500
Fec
2/3
Language
English
Russian
French
Chinese
Arabic
Persian (Farsi)

 

 

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