MED TV

MED TV is an International Kurdish satellite TV station with studios in London, England and Denderleeuw, Belgium. MED TV broadcast programs mainly in six languages, Kurdish (Sorani and Kurmanji dialects), Zaza, English, Arabic, Assyrian and Turkish. MED TV's license was revoked on April 23, 1999, as their broadcasts were judged as 'likely to encourage or incite crime or lead to disorder'. Its license was revoked just after the arrest of PKK leader Abdullah Ocalan, at the official request of Turkey.

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Roj TV - Precdecessors: MED TV E MEDYA TV
... MED TV was a London-based international TV whose licence was revoked on April 23, 1999 by British regulators as their broadcasts were judged as 'likely to ... Commission imposed three fines totaling £90,000 on MED TV for three separate breaches of the requirement for due impartiality before the closure ... When Med TV lost its licence in the UK, MEDYA TV started transmissions from studios in Belgium via a satellite uplink from France on July 30, 1999 ...
MED TV - After The Ban
... When Med TV lost its licence in the UK, MEDYA TV started transmissions from studios in Belgium via a satellite uplink from France on July 30, 1999 ... MEDYA TV's licence was revoked by the French authorities on February 13, 2004, the French court believed that the station had ties with PKK and CSA, the French licensing ... announcement stating that "A new channel, Roj TV, will begin broadcasting on the first of the month" ...