CNN going to trasmit Urdu transmission from Pakistan

The Cable News Network (CNN) plans to launch its Urdu transmission from Pakistan. Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) has received an application from global TV giant for a license.

Chairman of PEMRA Abdul Jabbar told Arab News, “The CNN has plans to launch its Urdu service in Pakistan but so far nothing has been finalized. The Voice of America (VOA) is already beaming its transmissions in Urdu through GEO TV.”

One person who insists he has been secretly hired said: “This is big time for electronic media in Pakistan and could set off another media boom. They are hiring only the best.”

CNN International (CNNI) is an international English language television network that carries news, current affairs, politics, opinions, and business programming worldwide. It is owned by Time Warner and its principal global competitor is BBC World News.

CNN International is available in most countries, distributed via satellite, cable, IPTV and DTT. Its international reach is more than 200 million households and hotel rooms in over 200 countries.

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