Sindh TV

Sindh TV HD, or Sindh Television, is a Pakistani Sindhi language satellite television channel. It covers news and current affairs, airing 24-hour news and current affairs programs.

Sindh TV (Sindh Television Network)
Sindh TV logo
Owned byDolphin Media House
Picture format4:3/16:9 (576i, SDTV)
SloganQadeem Sindh Ja Jadeed Rang
Broadcast areaAround Asia
Sister channel(s)Sindh TV News
Streaming media
Sindh TV LiveWatch Live


The channel was established in October 2004 and owned by Karim Rajpar and Ajeet Kumar Ahuja, Dolphin Media House. It began test transmission in October 2004, with regular transmission beginning that month. It was the first private satellite channel which was banned by the military rule of General Perwaiz Mushraf in November 2006, because of its bold pro democracy and pro people content. It has always supported the marginalized and oppressed segments of the society. The senior journalists working with Sindh TV Network include Fayaz Naich, Shoib Qureshi, Atta Rajar, Nida Abro, Sabeen Memon, Shoukat Noonari and others. Imran Chandio is the program manager.

Sindh TV News

The network's second channel current affairs and news.

In November 2006 transmission was suspended by the Government of Pakistan.[1] Transmission was resumed later that month after demonstrations in Sindh.[2]

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