Ayna Television (means "mirror" in Turkish) was the first commercial television station broadcasting from Mazari Sharif, Afghanistan. It began broadcasting in late 2004. The station is owned by General Abdul Rashid Dostum. It airs entertainment and news programs as well as serving as an improvement tool for Dostum and his party, Junbish-i-Milli Islami Afghanistan.ار It can be viewed from all the northern provinces of Afghanistan, including the Greater Kabul region. The logo of Ayna TV was changed in 2009.

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  • Ayna TV (en dari : تلویزیون آینه ) est une chaîne de télévision privée afghane. Son nom signifie « miroir ». Émettant sur le réseau hertzien de la province de Djôzdjân et de Balkh, elle a commencé à diffuser ses émissions en 2004 depuis des studios installés à Mazar-e-Charif. La chaîne est la propriété du général Abdul Rachid Dostom. Outre des émissions à caractère généraliste ou informatif, elle diffuse des émissions politiques et de la propagande pour le parti que dirige le général Dostom, le Jumbish-e-Melli Islami Afghanistan. Ayna TV est l'une des rares chaînes afghanes à diffuser des programmes en quatre langues : outre le dari et le pachto, les deux langues officielles du pays, elle diffuse en effet de nombreux programmes en ouzbek et en turkmène. Cette particularité s'explique par la forte présence de locuteurs de ces deux langues dans les provinces du nord de l'Afghanistan. (fr)
  • Ayna Television (means "mirror" in Turkish) was the first commercial television station broadcasting from Mazari Sharif, Afghanistan. It began broadcasting in late 2004. The station is owned by General Abdul Rashid Dostum. It airs entertainment and news programs as well as serving as an improvement tool for Dostum and his party, Junbish-i-Milli Islami Afghanistan.ار Ayna was set up in order to satisfy the entertainment needs of people in northern Afghanistan where Uzbek is widely spoken. The channel can also be viewed by people in Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Turkey, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and other Asian and European countries. It can be viewed from all the northern provinces of Afghanistan, including the Greater Kabul region. The signal of Ayna can be received throughout the northern province of Jowzjan as well as in the neighbouring provinces of Balkh, Faryab, Sar-e-Pol, Badghis, Herat, Ghor, Samangan, Takhar, Kunduz, Badakhshan, Baghlan, Bamyan, and other provinces. The main transmitter is in Sheberghan, the capital of Jowzjan. The station currently broadcasts all day and employs 32 journalists, 25 technical staff and 12 administrators. Sayed Fahim Zaffar, the person responsible for Ayna Television, said launching the channel cost about US$1 million. The station's location is in a house belonging to General Dostum. The station plans to construct a new building meeting international broadcasting standards to house the television station. The logo of Ayna TV was changed in 2009. (en)
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  • Ayna Television (means "mirror" in Turkish) was the first commercial television station broadcasting from Mazari Sharif, Afghanistan. It began broadcasting in late 2004. The station is owned by General Abdul Rashid Dostum. It airs entertainment and news programs as well as serving as an improvement tool for Dostum and his party, Junbish-i-Milli Islami Afghanistan.ار It can be viewed from all the northern provinces of Afghanistan, including the Greater Kabul region. The logo of Ayna TV was changed in 2009. (en)
  • Ayna TV (en dari : تلویزیون آینه ) est une chaîne de télévision privée afghane. Son nom signifie « miroir ». Émettant sur le réseau hertzien de la province de Djôzdjân et de Balkh, elle a commencé à diffuser ses émissions en 2004 depuis des studios installés à Mazar-e-Charif. La chaîne est la propriété du général Abdul Rachid Dostom. Outre des émissions à caractère généraliste ou informatif, elle diffuse des émissions politiques et de la propagande pour le parti que dirige le général Dostom, le Jumbish-e-Melli Islami Afghanistan. (fr)
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