Network Television Marketing

Network Television Marketing or NTM was Pakistan's first private television slot. The company's productions first aired on Peoples TV Network (PTN, later renamed as STN) in 1990. In the 1990s, PTN entered into a three-year agreement with Interflow and created NTM[1]

Network Television Marketing
IndustryTelevision Show Production
FateBankrupted
Founded1990 (1990)
Defunct1999 (1999)
Headquarters

NTM produced plays, stage and music shows. Young actors including Sania Saeed, Atiqa Odho, Humayoon Saeed, Nadia Khan, Fakhr-e-Alam, and Khalid Anum became comperes and announcers. NTM also broadcast drama serials including Kashkol, Chand Grihan, Dasht and Nadan Nadia.

In 1990, STN's broadcasting hours from 7:00PM to 11:00PM daily and 6:00PM to 11:00PM on Saturdays and Sundays were purchased by NTM. NTM's viewership subsequently increased and the company commenced broadcasting during mornings. STN was also able to extend it's coverage countrywide, beyond Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad.

NTM was closed down in 1999 as a result of financial difficulties.

Shows and plays of NTM

  • Prime Time Shows (on special occasions)
  • Chand Garehan (drama)
  • Dasht (drama)
  • Kashkol (drama)
  • Red Card (drama)
  • Jaal (drama)
  • Parosi (drama)
  • Aashiyana (drama)
  • Pas-e-Aaina (drama)
  • Sitara Aur Mehr-un-Nisa (drama; writer: Anwer Maqsood)
  • Nadan Nadia (comedy drama by Babra Sharif)
  • She Jee (drama)
  • Nokar Key Aagey Chakar (comedy drama by Moin Akhtar)
  • Studio Chaar Bees (comedy show by Anwer Maqsood, Moin Akhtar)
  • Daak Time (Uncle Sargam/Farooq Qaiser, Nadia Khan's first appearance in television)
  • Papa ka kia hoga (long play)
  • Zehar (tele-film: Hamayun Saeed, Mishi Khan)
  • MCC: Music Channel Chart (music)
  • Pepsi top of the pops (music charts; host: Fakhr-e-Alam)
  • VJ: Video Junction (music show for new artists)
  • Kesa ("candid camera" show by Hanif Raja)
  • Manimal (English series)
  • Automan (English series)
  • The Highway Man (English series)
  • The Wizard (English series)
  • Wiseguy (English series)
  • The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (English sitcom)
  • ALF (English sitcom)
  • WCW (wrestling)
  • Dr Ghulam Murtaza Malik (Islam)

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