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MUSLIMAH TV HD New TP Frequency on TelKom-4 @108.0E

MUSLIMAH TV HD New TP Frequency on TelKom-4 @108.0E

MTA International (or MTA), is a globally-broadcasting, nonprofit satellite television network and a division of Al-Shirkatul Islamiyyah[1] which was established in 1992 and launched the world’s first Islamic TV channel to broadcast globally. It consists of nine international channels that are run and funded entirely from donations by the members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. Initial Launch

MTA, becoming the first TV channel to broadcast Islamic programmes globally, was established by Mirza Tahir Ahmad, then-Caliph of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. MTA’s first channel was launched on 31 January 1992, broadcasting the weekly Friday Sermon. Later, on 7 January 1994, AMP was rebranded to MTA and increased its daily broadcasting hours from four to 12 hours, and later, in April 1996, to 24.[2][3] Initially, the studio and video library shared a 10 by 10 ft (3.0 by 3.0 m) room in the Mahmood Hall of Fazl Mosque equipped with a single video camera and “few ordinary flood lights”.[3]
EPG Guide

In April 2001, MTA International began its EPG when the channel launched on the Sky UK platform as a free-to-air channel.[3]
MTA Africa Launch

On 1 August 2016, MTA Africa 1 and 2 were inaugurated by the current caliph, Mirza Masroor Ahmad[4][3] broadcasting programmes in African languages as well as programs from MTA 1.[3]
2020 Era

From 27 May 2020, known as Khilafat Day for Ahmadis, MTA International rearranged its channels according to regions and introduced new channels. These new channels were formerly MTA1 broadcasting on different satellites, converted to cater viewers of specific regions by broadcasting programmes in specific languages for each region. For Instance, MTA 1 on Galaxy 19 became MTA8 HD AMERICA with programmes in Urdu, English, French and Spanish.[5]

TelKom-4 @108.0E
FREQ: 4020 V 32728
MPEG4/HD/FTA Started

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