Thursday, March 31, 2011

Libya Launches Satellite TV

Libya Launches Satellite TV. Libya's opposition on Wednesday launched their own satellite television channel, TV Ahrar, with the Qatar government assistance to cope with the news of the government-owned media.

Libyan People's previously only receive information from government-controlled media Muammar Gaddafi and a number of foreign satellite television channels, the random signal by the government of Tripoli in a few weeks ago. Teknology word.

The new television channel will air at 19.30 local time (Thursday at 0:30 pm) using Atlantic Bird satellites owned by the French.

Journal "Foreign Policy" from the United States, said the government of Qatar to provide the technical equipment of their cultural television channel "Al-Rayyan" to a group of journalists from the Libyan leader Mahmud Shammam, who arrived in the capital city of Qatar, Doha.

Libyan opposition has launched Free Radio and Radio Free Tobruk Libya via broadband (bandwidth) an intermediate level.

Libya continues to face the clash between opposition and government Gaddafi, who has been in power 42 years, since mid-February.

After the opposition took up arms, the Security Council of the United Nations passed a resolution to protect the safety of citizens and enforce the flight ban against Libya since 19 March.

On Sunday, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) began to take over control of military operations from a number of Western countries.

From : yaho news. TouchBlogger


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