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کانال 2 (ایران)

(Wikipedia) - Channel 2 (Iran) Channel 2 (Iran) Launched Network Owned by Picture format Language Broadcast area Headquarters Website
Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting
Tehran, Iran
Official Website

Channel 2 (شبكه دو in Persian), is one of the 20 national television channels in Iran.

It was the first television channel established in Iran, created in 1958. As Iran''s population grew, the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting decided to introduce a new channel, hoping it to be a compliment to Channel 1.

The channel has programming similar to Channel 1, consisting of mini-series, comedies, movies, children''s shows, talk shows, and news broadcasts.

Popular programs External links
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IRIB Television Channels Domestic channels: International channels: Regional channels:
General News Sports Film Cultural/documentary Teleshopping
  • Channel 1
  • Channel 2
  • Channel 3
  • Channel 4
  • Channel 5 / Tehran TV
  • Varzesh
  • iFilm
  • Namayesh
  • Shoma
  • Mostanad
  • Baazaar
Persian language Arabic language Other languages
  • Al-Alam
  • Al-Kawthar
  • Sahar TV (multilingual)
  • HispanTV (Spanish)
  • Press TV (English)
Azerbaijani language

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