Al-Ishraq TV is a non-specialized public satellite channel based in Baghdad, affiliated with "Ishraq Cultural University", a non-governmental organization.
The channel is concerned with Iraqi, regional, Islamic and international affairs, and it seeks to transfer news, information and ideas to its audiences through its various programs in the Arabic and Faili Kurdish languages.
In addition to news bulletins, summaries, and news and political programs, the channel is concerned with cultural, economic and sports programs, reading newspapers, reports and documentaries, and gives the channel space to broadcast a number of issues that are of interest to its Arab and international
NRT HD: A satellite news channel established in 2010 that broadcasts in Sorani and Badini Kurdish.
The history of Nalia Radio and Television (NRT) goes back to the days when there were no independent media networks in the Kurdistan Region. The corporation claims to be independent.
The history of Nalia Radio and Television (NRT) goes back to the days when there were no independent media networks in the Kurdistan Region. The corporation claims to be independent. In 2010, a group of freelance journalists came up with the idea of taking the lead to fill that void and launched the first ever independent media network, funded by Nalia company.
Shaswar Abdulwahid Qadir is the owner and founder of Nalia Media Corporation which is the only independent media corporation in the Kurdistan Region and is built under the slogan of ‘Courage, Balance and Truth.’ He is often accused of corruption and failed to pay the shareholders of Chavi Land in Sulaimaniyah province, a project that he owns it
Al-Baghdadiya Media Group includes a number of TV channels, newspapers and websites, in addition to active activities in the field of human rights and anti-corruption.
Founded by the Iraqi businessman, engineer Dr. Aoun Hussein Al-Khashlouk on the twelfth of September 2005, which is the day of the launch of her first child, Al-Baghdadiya satellite channel, which was preceded by the project (Al-Furat) newspaper, which is one of the first free Iraqi newspapers issued after the American occupation of Iraq.
The presence of media embraces the mission of intellectual awareness and assistance to Iraqis, Sunnis, Shiites, Christians, Sabeans, Yazidis, Shabaks, and all other religions and nationalities, to overcome the ordeal of media closure and isolation from the world in which the Saddam regime put the people of Iraq in them.
Charity came in all the provinces of Iraq and some asylum areas, but his return to his country after two and three years revealed to him the amount of ignorance practiced by the dictatorship among the simple people, and how it exceeded the impact of the siege on living to the absence of any hope for the future or even an attempt to obtain the natural rights of people in their country .
Al Sharqiya Television is the first Iraqi private satellite channel
Al-Bazzaz is also the Editor in Chief of the Azzaman newspaper. The station was launched in March 2004 and began regular transmission on 4 May 2004.