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Press TV (stylised as PRESSTV) is an Iranian state-controlled news and documentary network that broadcasts in the English and French-language. It is affiliated with Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB). Press TV is headquartered in Tehran. The service is aimed at overseas markets.
Iran’s first international English-language TV channel Biss Keys was established in 1976. Later in 1997, Sahar TV started its work, broadcasting in multiple languages including English.
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Press TV was created for the purpose of presenting news, images and arguments, especially on Middle Eastern affairs, to counter the news coverage that appears on broadcasts such those of BBC World News, CNN International and Al Jazeera English Biss Keys.
Iran Press Biss Key and Frequency 2021 – According to mediachannel.org, “the government aims to use Press TV to counter what it sees as a steady stream of Western propaganda against Iran as well as offer an alternative view of world news.”
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The network’s website launched in late January 2007. Test satellite transmissions were conducted in late April 2007. The channel launched on 3 July 2007.
Iran Press Biss Key and Frequency 2021 – Press TV is state-funded and is a division of the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB), the only legal TV and radio broadcaster inside the country. IRIB’s PowerVU Keys head is appointed directly by the supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei; according to The Guardian, it is close to the country’s conservative political faction, especially the elite Revolutionary Guards. Press TV’s headquarters are located in Tehran.