Tunisna TV

Tunisna TV is a modern Tunisian channel that proposes general TV shows and Political shows animated by Tunisians for Tunisians.

This channel can be received in the all Middle East and North Africa region, through the Eutelsat/Nilesat 7°W satellite, and viewers can receive it for free.

Beur TV

Beur TV, called the ‘Mediterranean Channel’ is a French television station mostly addressed to France’s North African communities (Algerians, Moroccans and Tunisians).

It has a generalist programmation that promotes productions from the Maghreb and the whole Mediterranean area.
This TV channel targets all audiences and and more particularly young people.
Most of the programs are broadcasted in French language. A few are broadcasted in Arabic and in Berber.

Beur TV, the “Mediterranean channel” is a French television channel with generalist programmation which broadcasts productions from the Maghreb and the entire Mediterranean region.

Dedicated to all publics, the main target of the channel is the young Maghrebian community of France (Algerians, Moroccans and Tunisians).
Although most of the programs are broadcast in French, a few may be offered in dialectal Arabic or even in Berber.

Thanks to its partnerships made with various Maghreb media, Beur TV can closely cover the important events of the North African countries; so that you always know what is happening on the other side of the Mediterranean sea…

This channel can be received in the all Middle East and North Africa region, through the Eutelsat/Nilesat 7°W satellite, and viewers can receive it for free.

Attessia

Attessia is a Private Tunisian television channel, launched by the former journalist Moez Ben Gharbia.

This generalist channel offers a variety of programs: news, political programs, cultural programs, dialogues, social programs, series, children’s programs, variety, hidden camera, games and more.

This channel can be received in the all Middle East and North Africa region, through the Eutelsat/Nilesat 7°W satellite, and viewers can receive it for free.

El Hiwar Ettounsi

El Hiwar Ettounsi is an Arabic-language television channel in Tunisia. The channel was launched in 2003.
El Hiwar Ettounsi can be received in the all Middle East and North Africa region, through the Nilesat/Eutelsat 7W satellite, and viewers can receive it for free.

Hannibal TV

Hannibal TV (Tunisian Arabic: قناة حنبعل‎) is a privately owned television network in Tunisia, also known as HTV.
Tunisia’s first private satellite TV channel in the history of the Tunisian media, which began broadcasting in 2005 and is based in the northern suburb of Tunis. The channel won the rights to broadcast the Tunisian Cup matches and is considered one of the highest channels seen in Tunisia and Libya.
Hannibal TV can be received in the all Middle East and North Africa region, through the Nilesat/Eutelsat 7W satellite, and viewers can receive it for free.

Nessma Al Jadida TV

Nessma Al Jadida TV (Arabic: قناة نسمة الجديدة, translation: New Breeze channel) is a TV channel located in Tunisia. The TV channel was launched on March 16, 2007. All programmes broadcast on this channel have subtitles in French or Maghrebi Arabic. It broadcasts programs like Maghreb version of “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?”, Called Man sa yarbah al malyoon. Nessma Al Jadida TV works to promote Maghreb culture, to consolidate the values of openness, tolerance and modernity by offering high-quality production and the best foreign TV programs.
Nessma Al Jadida TV can be received in the all Middle East and North Africa region, through the Nilesat/Eutelsat 7W satellite, and viewers can receive it for free.

Al Watania 2

Tunisia TV 2 is a public television channel.
Tunisia TV 2 operates as a public media within a specific editorial line based on: culture, actors and young people; a voice for young people and a platform for Tunisian culture through open dialogues with young people and addressing their concerns and demands, the real situation of the parents and young people, the richness and diversity of the country. The Tunisian cultural belief in the importance of its cultural project for this stage is on the one hand and the role of media and public media as a means of education and entertainment is on the other hand.
Although the channel is specialized in youth it remains a university that is close to all categories of viewers. It also contains news, sports programs, investigations, dialogues, entertainment programs, games, children’s programs …
Tunisia TV 2 can be received in the all Middle East and North Africa region, through the Nilesat/Eutelsat 7W satellite, and viewers can receive it for free.

Al Watania 1 (Tunisie 1)

Al Watania 1 (Tunisie 1) is a generalist channel based in Tunisia, broadcasting a diverse slate of programming to views of all age groups. Broadcasting exclusively in Arabic, the channel offers an incredibly broad range of programming covering a variety of topics.
Also commonly known as Wataniya 1 or National 1, TV Tunisia 1 was originally founded in 1966 and has gone from strength to strength since, commanding large audiences throughout its native territory. Now broadcasting via satellite, the station is committed to bridging geographical divides between Arabic-speaking peoples and native Tunisians based throughout the world.
The programming of TV Tunisia 1 has a focus on news and current affairs, with both national, regional and international news items high on the agenda. News broadcasts are transmitted four times a day, with updates delivered by an expert team of commentators and professional news journalists.
In addition to its quality news stream, TV Tunisia 1 offers press review items in addition to a sweep of current affairs programming. Viewers can kept updated on changes to national policy and political developments, in addition to programming focused on topics relating to social order.
Al Watania 1 (Tunisie 1) is also committed to more general entertainment, with a wide variety of programming from Tunisian and North African origin. Viewers will find dramas and other fictional programming tailored around important topics relating to this part of the world broadcast regularly. There’s also a healthy schedule of sporting programs available each week, covering both national and regional leagues and tournaments, in addition to international contests and championships.