CNN International South Asia

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CNN International South Asia
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Owned by Turner Broadcasting (Time Warner)
Global Broadcast News
Turner International India
Country South Asia
Broadcast area India
Pakistan
Bangladesh
Sri Lanka
Nepal
Bhutan
Maldives
Afghanistan
Iran
Headquarters Film City,CNN Centre,New Delhi
Sister channel(s) CNN
CNN International
IBN-7
CNBC Awaaz
CNBC-TV18
IBN-Lokmat
Availability
Satellite
Intelsat Check frequency
Dish TV (India) Channel 277
Cable
United Communication Service
(Bangladesh)
Channel 44
Dialog TV (Sri Lanka) Channel 65
IPTV
PTCL Smart TV (Pakistan) Channel 098

CNN International South Asia is the South Asia subsidiary of the CNN International pay-TV cable network targeted toward India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan, Afghanistan and Iran.

Programs

Illegal uplinking

Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) issued notices to various foreign channels for illegal uplinking from Abbottabad.

These channels had been uplinking their transmission without permission from PEMRA. Abbottabbad had been the centre of attention for many channels since the United States operation in which Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was killed after a raid on a compound.

The news channels that were issued notices included CNN International, BBC World News, Fox News Channel, NBC News, Channel NewsAsia, CNN-IBN, Aljazeera English, Voice of America and Sky News.

Sister channels

India

Pakistan

See also

References

  • "CNN now available in Urdu"
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