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A9 Tv

A9 TV
Launched March 21, 2011
Network A9 Televizyonu Dijital Yayincilik Sanayi ve Ticaret A.Ş.
Picture format 16:9 (576i, SDTV)
Country Turkey
Language Turkish
Broadcast area Turksat - West
Website A9 TV
Availability
Satellite
Turksat 3A 12525 V 30000 5/6
Streaming media
http://www.a9.com.tr/live.php

A9 TV Is a Turkish television station that started broadcasting on March 21, 2011 via Turksat satellite television channel broadcasting. Much of the programming includes religious and English language content, with an emphasis on creationism over evolution and Darwinism. A substantial amount of content features Islamic commentator Adnan Oktar.[1]

Shows

  • Harun Yahya documentaries[2]
  • Adnan Oktar'in Sohbet Programlari (Adnan Oktar's Talk Shows) (Turkish, English)[3]
  • Building Bridges (features opinion leaders from around the world)[4]
  • Ahir Zaman ve Yaratilis Delilleri (The End Times and the evidence of Creation)
  • Ittihad-i Islam (Islamic Union)
  • Adil Yargi
  • Documentaries for Children

References

  1. ^ "A9 TV Programs". A9 TV Digital Publishing Industry and Trade Co., Ltd. 2013. 
  2. ^ "Harun Yahya's Interviews and Conversations". A9 TV Digital Publishing Industry and Trade Co., Ltd. 2013. 
  3. ^ "Highlights from Adnan Oktar's talk programs". A9 TV Digital Publishing Industry and Trade Co., Ltd. December 2012. 
  4. ^ "Building Bridges". A9 TV Digital Publishing Industry and Trade Co., Ltd. January 2013. 

External links

  • Official site (English)
  • A9 TV YouTube Channel (English)
  • A9 TV Turkey at LyngSat Address
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