CTV (Egyptian TV channel)

  (Redirected from Coptic TV)

Coptic TV (CTV) is the official Coptic Orthodox TV station broadcasting in Arabic via satellite to viewers in Egypt and many parts of the world. Tharwat Bassily, a business man, was instrumental in establishing the television network, which was started in 2007.

Coptic TV
TypeTelevision
Country
AvailabilityNational; international
Motto"Rabbina Mawgūd"
("Our Lord is there [for us]")
OwnerCoptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria
Launch date
2007; 14 years ago (2007)
Satellite Availability
Hotbird 13° East - Europe & Middle East

Galaxy 19 97° West - USA & Canada

Optus D2 152.0° East - Australia
Live streaming broadcast
www.ctvchannel.tv/Pages/Live.aspx
Official website
CTV Channel

CTV subsequently started broadcasting in North America and elsewhere. Their headquarters are located in Cairo, Egypt.

THE CHANNEL IS NO LONGER OWNED BY THE COPTIC ORTHODOX CHURCH BUT BY AL FADI الفادي. THE COPTIC ORTHODOX CHURCH IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY CONTENTS TRANSMITTED THROUGH CTV BECAUSE THE SATELLITE FREQUENCY HAS CHANGED TO AL FADI WHICH IS NOT RELATED TO THE COPTIC ORTHODOX CHURCH DOCTRINE.[citation needed]

القناة لم تعد مملوكة من قبل الكنيسة الأرثوذكسية القبطية

Free-to-Air satellite broadcastingEdit

  • Hotbird 6 at 13° East for Europe & Middle East (freq.: 11054 MHz) [1]
  • Galaxy 19 at 97° West for USA & Canada (freq.: 11867 MHz)[2]
  • Optus D2 at 152.0° East for Australia (freq.: 12425 MHz)[3]
  • Nilesat at 7° West for Middle East, North Africa, South Europe (freq.: 11355 MHz)[4]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Eutelsat 8 West C at 7.5°W Lyngsat. Retrieved 15 January 2014.
  2. ^ Galaxy 19 at 97.0°W Lyngsat. Retrieved 15 January 2014.
  3. ^ Optus D2 at 152.0°E Lyngsat. Retrieved 15 January 2014.
  4. ^ Nilesat[permanent dead link] Lyngsat. Retrieved 15 January 2014.

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