List of news channels in Pakistan

This is a list of news channels in Pakistan.[1]

General news channelsEdit

This is a list of Pakistani general news channels with their headquarters, launch date and languages arranged alphabetically.

Channels Language(s) Launched Headquarters Refs
7 News Urdu 2016 Lahore [2]
24 News 2015 [3]
92 News 6 February 2015 [4]
Aaj News 23 March 2005 Karachi [5]
Aap News
Abb Takk News 19 April 2013 [6]
Apna News Urdu & Punjabi 14 October 2004 Lahore [7]
ARY News Urdu 26 September 2004 Karachi [8]
Bol News 25 December 2016 [9]
Capital TV 10 April 2013 Islamabad [10]
Channel 5 2008 Lahore [11]
City 41 Urdu & English 6 June 2016 Faisalabad [12]
City 42 2008 Lahore [13]
Dawn News Urdu 25 May 2007 Karachi [14]
Din News 2005 Lahore [15]
Dunya News 1 December 2008 [16]
Express News 1 January 2008 Karachi [17]
Geo News May 2002 [18]
GNN 14 August 2018 [19]
Hum News 11 May 2018 Islamabad [20]
Indus News English November 2018 Lahore [21]
KTN News Sindhi October 2007 Karachi, Hyderabad
Khyber News Urdu August 2007 Islamabad [22]
Metro1 News 2006 Karachi
Neo News 15 May 2015 Lahore [23]
News One 27 November 2007 Lahore [24]
PTV News Islamabad [25]
PTV World English 29 January 2013 Islamabad [26]
Public News Urdu 24 June 2018 Lahore [27]
Samaa TV 8 December 2007 Karachi [28]
Sindh TV Sindhi October 2004 Karachi [29]
SUCH TV Urdu 23 March 2010 Islamabad [30]
VSH News Balochi 2004 Karachi [31]
Waqt News Urdu Lahore [32]

Business news channelEdit

This is a list of Pakistani business news channels with their headquarters, launch date and languages.

Channel Language(s) Launched Headquarters Ref.
CNBC PAKISTAN Urdu & English 14 November 2018 Lahore [33]

Defunct news channelsEdit

Channels Language(s) Launched Closed Headquarters Refs
Business Plus Urdu & English July 2004 2018 Karachi [citation needed]
Express 24/7 English 5 February 2009 2019 [34]

ReferencesEdit

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  11. ^ "Cabinet expertise comptable Antibes". channel-5.tv (in French). Retrieved 10 May 2020.
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