Kurdish Stêrk TV started broadcast

The new Kurdish channel has started broadcast as of today. Kurdish satellite channel Stêrk TV which has been on test broadcast since 2009 has started broadcast as of February 6.

In a statement by channel authorities, it was said that “Stêrk TV, “on the way to reality” will be broadcasting different programs in reflecting the differences, colors and cultural richnesses in Kurdistan as well as current affairs in Turkey and the world.”

The channel will provide broadcast in Kurmanci and Sorani dialects of Kurdish as well as programs in Turkish.

Besides “different news events, current events, special interviews”, the channel-said the statement- will also discuss and analyze the political developments in Kurdistan, the Middle East and the world with different guests and on different subjects.

The broadcast frequencies of the satellite channel are;

Nilsat
7º West
Frequency: 11354 V
Symbol Ratio: 27500
Fec: 5/6
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Eurobird 9A
9º East
Frequency:11843 V
Symbol Ratio: 27500
Fec: 3/4