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Peace TV network crosses 200 million viewership

Peace TV, a major Islamic satellite television network, has crossed the 200-million viewership mark, with a record global viewership exceeding more than 100 million for Peace TV English, 80 million for Peace TV Urdu and more than 20 million for the newly launched Peace TV Bangla.
Zakir Naik, Peace TV founder president and a scholar who has delivered public lectures across the world, including Saudi Arabia, on Islam and comparative religion, told a public meeting organized by India Islamic Cultural Center (IICC) in Riyadh recently that the network’s viewership is growing considerably.
Beginning in January 2006, Peace TV (English) has been telecast to more than 150 countries around the world, including in Asia, Europe, Africa, Australia and North America recording more than 100 million viewership.
He added that Peace TV Urdu, which was launched in 2009, has 80 million viewership.
Peace TV Bangla, which was launched on April 22, 2011, has crossed 20 million mark, he said, adding that the Bangla channel has reached its popularity in a short span of time.
Naik said that the launch of Peace TV Arabic is on the cards. The Islamic Research Foundation (IRF), which owns Peace TV, has finalized plans to launch a 24-hour Arabic-language Islamic channel.
There are several Arabic channels today, but Peace TV Arabic will be different and unique in content and technology, he added.
A nonprofit network, Peace TV broadcasts programs around the clock and also provides free-to-air telecasts.
Peace TV, a major Islamic satellite television network, has crossed the 200-million viewership mark, with a record global viewership exceeding more than 100 million for Peace TV English, 80 million for Peace TV Urdu and more than 20 million for the newly launched Peace TV Bangla.
Zakir Naik, Peace TV founder president and a scholar who has delivered public lectures across the world, including Saudi Arabia, on Islam and comparative religion, told a public meeting organized by India Islamic Cultural Center (IICC) in Riyadh recently that the network’s viewership is growing considerably.
Beginning in January 2006, Peace TV (English) has been telecast to more than 150 countries around the world, including in Asia, Europe, Africa, Australia and North America recording more than 100 million viewership.
He added that Peace TV Urdu, which was launched in 2009, has 80 million viewership.
Peace TV Bangla, which was launched on April 22, 2011, has crossed 20 million mark, he said, adding that the Bangla channel has reached its popularity in a short span of time.
Naik said that the launch of Peace TV Arabic is on the cards. The Islamic Research Foundation (IRF), which owns Peace TV, has finalized plans to launch a 24-hour Arabic-language Islamic channel.
There are several Arabic channels today, but Peace TV Arabic will be different and unique in content and technology, he added.
A nonprofit network, Peace TV broadcasts programs around the clock and also provides free-to-air telecasts.

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