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Logo of the channel starting 2016
Broadcast area
HeadquartersKhalil Karoui Studio, Radès, Tunis, Tunisia
Picture format576i (4:3 SDTV)
OwnerKaroui & Karoui Interactive (50%)
Mediaset (25%)
Quinta Communications (25%)
LaunchedMarch 16, 2007; 14 years ago (2007-03-16)
  • Nessma Red (2013–2016)
  • Nessma Green (2013–2013)
  • Nessma Blue (2013–2016)
ClosedOctober 27, 2021 (2021-10-27)
Numericable (France)Channel 785
beIN (MENA)Channel 236
Nilesat (7.0° W) (MENA)12205 V 27500
MT Box (Morocco)Channel 81
TV d'Orange (France)Channel 489
Freebox (France)Channel 657
SFR TV (France)Channel 785

Nessma TV (Arabic: قناة نسمة‎, translation: "Breeze TV") was a commercial TV channel based in Tunisia, targeting Tunisia and the Maghreb countries. It was 25% owned by the Italian company Mediaset, controlled by Silvio Berlusconi. All programmes broadcast on this channel had subtitles in French or Maghrebi Arabic. It broadcast such programs like the Maghrebi version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?, called Man sa yarbah al malyoon.

The TV channel was launched on 16 March 2007, by Nabil and Ghazi Karoui, in partnership with Berlusconi and Tarak Ben Ammar.[1] It was created as a subsidiary of Karoui & Karoui World Group.[2]

On 27 October 2021, the channel was ordered to shut down by Tunisia's broadcasting regulator, which said it was operating without a license. The channel's studios were also raided by Tunisian state security forces, and may have been politically motivated, as Nessma owner Nabil Karoui (the runner-up in the 2019 Tunisian presidential election) who has since been recently and frequently jailed is a rival of President Kais Saied. The seizure was also sudden as the network had been unlicensed for years, but no action had been previously been taken. [3][4]



  • Bissiyassa
  • Braquage
  • Couzinetna Hakka
  • Dhayf Al Ousboua
  • Envoyé spécial Maghreb
  • Imine Issar
  • Jek El Mersoul
  • Les guignols du Maghreb
  • Memnoua Al Rjel
  • Moustawdaa Nessma
  • Ness El CAN
  • Ness El Hand
  • Ness Hollywood
  • Ness Nessma
  • Ness Sport
  • NetMag
  • Non Solo Moda
  • PlayR
  • Star Academy Maghreb

Soap operas

Brand identity


  1. ^ Vivarelli, Nick (2010-05-07). "Nessma TV programs for change". Variety. Retrieved 2017-12-27.
  2. ^ "Nessma TV: Private Company Information - Bloomberg". Retrieved 2017-12-27.
  3. ^ "Tunisia's media regulator shuts down Nessma TV and al-Quran al-Kareem radio station over licensing issues". Committee to Protect Journalists. 27 October 2021. Retrieved 29 October 2021.
  4. ^ "Tunisia closes TV station of president's political rival". Deutsche Welle. 27 October 2021. Retrieved 29 October 2021.

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