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Entreprise nationale de télévision

التلفزيون الجزائري
Entreprise nationale de télévision
Type Government-owned corporation
Founded December 1956
Headquarters 21 Boulevard des Martyrs
PB 184 El Mouradia
Algiers
Key people Hamraoui Habib Chawki : since december 1999, 1st: Chief Executive Officer
Owners President of Algeria
Website http://www.entv.dz/

Entreprise nationale de télévision (Arabic: التلفزيون الجزائري‎, ENTV) is the Algerian national public television network. The group manages the television channel with the same name, Canal Algérie, Algérie 3 (known as Thalitha TV in Arabic) and Tamazight TV.

Contents

  • Programs 1
  • Canal Algérie 2
  • Tamazight TV 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5

Programs

ENTV broadcasts both in Arabic, French, and Berber.

ENTV has produced 2002 Nass Mlah City comedy TV series (English: Good People City) and 2004 and 2005 sequels Nass Mlah City 2 and Nass Mlah City 3.

Canal Algérie

ENTV was the only television channel until 1994, when French-speaking Canal Algérie was created.
Canal Algérie is available in Europe on Eutelsat[1] satellite service (Hotbird and Astra).
It is also available on French Numericable and Monaco MC Cable cable television services.

Tamazight TV

On March 17, 2009, ENTV launched a new Berber language channel called TV Tamazight, also referred to as Algérie 4.[2] The channel offers programs in Kabyle, Chaoui, Tumzabt, Chenoui and Tuareg.[3]

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.eutelsat.com/products/pdf/tvlineup.pdf
  2. ^ Lancement des chaînes IV (tamazight) et V (Coran)
  3. ^ Lancement de la chaîne de télévision en langue amazigh


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