ARY News

ARY News (Urdu: ARY نیوز) is a Pakistani news channel launched on 26 September 2004. A bilingual news channel in English and Urdu, it is a part of the ARY Digital Network, which is a subsidiary of ARY Group. ARY is an acronym of Abdul Razzak Yaqoob, who was the owner of ARY Group.

ARY News
Har Lamha Bakhabar (Informed all the time)
ہر لمحہ باخبر
Launched26 September 2004 (2004-09-26)
NetworkARY Digital Network
Owned byARY Group
Picture format4:3/16:9 (576i, SDTV)
Audience shareUK:
0.05% (September 2015 (2015-09), BARB)
Broadcast areaAustralia, Europe, Asia, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, Middle East, United Kingdom, United States
HeadquartersKarachi, Sindh, Pakistan
Sister channel(s)ARY Digital
ARY Sports
ARY Musik
ARY Zindagi
WebsiteARY News
Dish Network (USA)Channel 651
Sky (UK & Ireland) Channel 736 (New Vision TV)
PTCL Smart (Pakistan)Channel 008
VMedia (Canada)Channel 909
Streaming media
ARY News LiveWatch Live

ARY Digital Network

  • Sar e Amm
  • Off the Record (Monday to Thursday 8 PM)
  • Sawal ye he (Friday To Sunday 10 PM)

International availability

ARY News is available in the United States via Dish Network.[1] ARY Digital Network is a very famous Pakistani television network. ARY News Live started there broadcast from UAE for Pakistani viewers. The channels of ARY News Live are streaming in different countries of world. ARY News Live is a large Urdu Television network. ARY News Live started there journey with an entertainment channel ARY News Live. Later ARY News Live expanded there network by adding different channels. They added a 24/7 news channel with name ARY News Live. ARY Network added some other channels also. ARY News Live was followed by a Music Channel ARY Musik and than a New channel for Pakistani viewers, It was ARY Zauq. ARY Network also launched a religious based channel ARY QTV. A carton channel for Kids Nicko is Also Part of this channel and than HBO Pakistan is also related to ARY Network in some extent.


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