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Jordan Radio and Television Corporation

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مؤسسة الإذاعة والتلفزيون الأردني
Jordan Radio and Television Corporation
TypeBroadcast radio, television and online
Country
AvailabilityWorldwide
Founded1968; 52 years ago
OwnerGovernment of Jordan
Official website
Official website (in Arabic)

Jordan Radio and Television Corporation (JRTV) is the state broadcaster of Jordan. It was formed in 1985 from the merger of Jordan Radio and Jordan Television.

Jordan's first radio broadcasts were received from other countries in the Middle East. Initially known as Transjordan, it did not adopt a radio service of its own until 1948. Radio Jordan first broadcast in 1956. Today it broadcasts a 24-hour Arabic service, as well as an English language service for 21 hours per day and a French language service for 13 hours per day.

The main channel for JRTV is its satellite channel, called Al-Urdunniyya (Arabic: الأردنية‎), meaning the Jordanian [channel].

History

Television transmission in Jordan started in black and white in April 1968 from one studio, with three hours of programming. It started as JTV (Jordan Television Corporation).

JTV was admitted as a full active member of the European Broadcasting Union in 1970. The following years witnessed several milestones for JTV. In 1972, it became the first station in the region to operate a second channel, Channel 2, which specialised in foreign programmes, including a news bulletin in English. In 1974, JTV started transmission in full colours using the PAL-B system, and in 1975, transmission was expanded to cover the entire Kingdom. The first face of JTV was Ghada Haddadin, who later acted as the anchor for English news. From 1987, Hala Kharouba served as the host of the English channel. Along with the English programmes on Channel 2, JTV started transmission of French news bulletins and programmes in 1978.

In 1985, Jordan Radio and Jordan Television merged to form Jordan Radio and Television Corporation (JRTV).

Amra Satellite Earth Station was established in 1988 and was linked to the satellites: Eutelsat, Intelsat and Arabsat.

In 1993, the Jordan Satellite Channel was launched and in 1998, a third channel was launched, Channel 3, which was devoted to transmitting the Parliamentary sessions and local and international sports.

In January 2001, the corporation underwent major restructuring. Programmes of Channel 1 and 2 were combined in one main channel. Channel 2 specialised in sports, while Channel 3 was operated in cooperation with the private sector, on the basis of two transmission periods: the morning and afternoon "Cartoon Channel" and the evening "Jordan Movie Channel".

Al-Urdunniyya can be viewed through live streaming online at jrtv.jo

Services

JRTV operates three television channels and four radio stations broadcasting in frequency modulation (FM) throughout the country:

Radio stations

  • Radio al-Urdunniyah – generalist national radio station
  • Radio Amman – station for Amman, the capital of Jordan
  • Radio 3 – broadcasting in English since 1973 using medium wave and FM (since 1994)
  • Radio 4 – which broadcasts in French from November 27, 1992. Currently it broadcasts twelve hours of FM programs daily

Television channels

  • JRTV 1
  • JRTV 2
  • Al Ordoniyah

List of programmes

Foreign

Drama

Children's

Comedy

Soap opera

Game shows

Documentary

Reality

Magazine

See also

References

External links

This page was last edited on 2 November 2021, at 19:01
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