Samaa TV

Last updated on 20 October 2017

SAMAA TV (Urdu: سماء ‎) is a Pakistani news and entertainment television network.[1][2][3]

Competitors include Dunya News, 92 News, ARY News, KTN News, and Express News. But the most famous ones are 92 News and Samaa TV.

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Launched December 2007
Owned by Jaag Broadcasting Systems (Pvt.) Limited
Picture format 4:3 (576i, SDTV)
Audience share UK:
0.02% (September 2015 (2015-09), BARB)
Slogan "Sansani Nahi, Sirf Khabren"
Country Pakistan
Language Urdu
Broadcast area Pakistan and Worldwide
Headquarters Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
Sky (UK & Ireland) Channel 832
Available on most satellite systems Check local listings
PTCL Smart TV (Pakistan) 006


  • SAMAA Metro
  • Aap Ki Baat
  • Crime Scene
  • Faisla Aap Ka
  • Tafteesh
  • Muttasreen
  • Wardaat
  • Zer-E-Bahas
  • News Beat
  • Awam Ki Awaz
  • Crime Week
  • Shaher Shaher Samaa
  • Hum Log
  • Har Pakistani Mein Chupa Hai Ek Hero
  • Meri Kahani Meri Zabani
  • Iftaar Ka Samaa
  • Aisa bhi hota hai
  • Darja-e-Shararat
  • Seen On Hai
  • Khara Sach

See also


  1. ^ C. Christine Fair and Sarah J. Watson (2015). Pakistan's Enduring Challenges. University of Pennsylvania Press. p. 163.
  2. ^, Samaa TV News on YouTube, Retrieved 21 February 2017
  3. ^, 'TTP claims responsibility for attack on Samaa TV van in Karachi', The Express Tribune newspaper, Published 13 February 2017, Retrieved 21 February 2017

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