List of Arabic-language television channels

This is a list of television channels and stations in the Arab World, as well as Arab-based Western television channels. The majority, if not all, of these channels are chiefly in Arabic.

AfricaEdit

AlgeriaEdit

Current channelsEdit

Former channelsEdit

ChadEdit

DjiboutiEdit

EgyptEdit

EritreaEdit

EthiopiaEdit

LibyaEdit

MauritaniaEdit

MoroccoEdit

SomaliaEdit

South AfricaEdit

South SudanEdit

SudanEdit

Sudan

Blue Nile

Khartoum

Omdurman

Sudania 24

Al Nileen

Sudan Music

Al Shamalia TV

TunisiaEdit

  • Tunisia Nat 1
  • Tunisia Nat 2
  • Attesiaa TV
  • El Hiwar El Tounousi
  • Tunisna
  • Carthage +
  • Al Janoubia TV
  • Al Insan TV
  • Nessma TV
  • Zaytouna TV
  • Hannibal TV
  • Telvza TV

EuropeEdit

FranceEdit

GermanyEdit

RussiaEdit

TurkeyEdit

United KingdomEdit

AmericasEdit

CanadaEdit

  • YallatalkTv

United StatesEdit

Current channelsEdit

Former channelsEdit

AsiaEdit

BahrainEdit

ChinaEdit

IranEdit

IraqEdit

IsraelEdit

Former channelsEdit

JordanEdit

KuwaitEdit

LebanonEdit

Current Channels:

Former Channels:

  • Kilikia
  • ICN
  • Mashrek
  • Antenne Plus
  • CVN
  • 733
  • Future News
  • Star Academy 7/24

OmanEdit

PalestineEdit

Saudi ArabiaEdit

Saudi Arabia

SyriaEdit

QatarEdit

  • Qatar TV
  • Qatar TV HD
  • Al Jazeera
  • Al Jazeera Mubasher
  • Al Jazeera English
  • Al Jazeera Documentary
  • Al Rayyan
  • Al Rayyan HD
  • Al Rayyan Al Qadim HD
  • Qatar Today
  • beIN SPORTS HD
  • beIN SPORTS News HD
  • beIN SPORTS HD1
  • beIN SPORTS HD2
  • beIN SPORTS HD3
  • beIN SPORTS HD4
  • beIN SPORTS HD5
  • beIN SPORTS HD6
  • beIN SPORTS HD7
  • beIN SPORTS HD8
  • beIN SPORTS HD9
  • beIN SPORTS HD 10
  • Al Araby TV
  • Al Araby TV HD
  • Al Araby 2 TV
  • Alkass one
  • Alkass two
  • Alkass three
  • Alkass four
  • Alkass five
  • Alkass six
  • Alkass seven
  • Alkass eight

United Arab EmiratesEdit

YemenEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Kirkpatrick, David D. "Inside Hifter's Libya: A Police State With an Islamist Twist". The New York Times. Archived from the original on February 20, 2020. Retrieved February 20, 2020. Libya Alhadath TV, a government satellite channel, broadcasts pro-Hifter propaganda and Salafist sermons.