TV Alhijrah

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TV Alhijrah
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TV Alhijrah head office in Kuala Lumpur, near the Masjid Negara
Country Flag of Malaysia.svg Malaysia
Broadcast area Flag of Malaysia.svg Malaysia
Flag of Singapore.svg Singapore
Flag of Brunei.svg Brunei
Flag of Thailand.svg Thailand (South Thailand, particularly Songkhla, Narathiwat, Yala and Satun)
Flag of Indonesia.svg Indonesia (West Kalimantan, Riau Islands, North Kalimantan and Riau)
HeadquartersKompleks Pusat Islam, Jalan Perdana, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Picture format 720p (16:9/HDTV)
OwnerAlhijrah Media Corporation
Launched1 November 2010;11 years ago (2010-11-01)
Flag of Malaysia.svg myFreeview Channel 114 (HD)

TV AlHijrah is a state-owned Malaysian free-to-air Islamic television channel, owned and operated by Al-Hijrah Media Corporation, a company under the purview of the Department of Islamic Development Malaysia of the Prime Minister's Department. [1] It broadcasts from its headquarters in the Islamic Centre Complex, Kuala Lumpur. The station’s management team is headed by Namanzee Harris as Chief Executive Officer and supervised by the Board Of Directors.



TV Alhijrah headquarters in Kuala Lumpur. TV Alhijrah.jpg
TV Alhijrah headquarters in Kuala Lumpur.

TV AlHijrah began its operations on 1 December 2010 on a trial basis. It was a government initiative to establish a channel based on Islam and to provide an Islamic perspective through its programs. [2]

The station was officially launched on the 1st Muharram 1432H (7 December 2010) in a ceremony by the sixth Prime Minister, Najib Tun Razak. [3] The event took place at the TV AlHijrah Digital Broadcasting Centre, Islamic Centre Complex, Kuala Lumpur. [4] [5]

TV AlHijrah broadcasts 24 hours everyday, and is watched globally for Muslim content, the latest news, political commentaries, educational material and Islamic-related entertainment. [6]

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