SAT-7 TÜRK broadcasts to the people of Turkey and many more Turkish-speakers across Europe and Central Asia.
SAT-7 TÜRK is an amazing, unprecedented opportunity for Christians in Turkey to broadcast God’s love to others in their country. It is the first and only Christian channel to be allowed to broadcast on the government-regulated satellite Türksat, which has an audience of 50 million in Turkey, as well as viewers in Europe and Central Asia.
There is something for everyone on SAT-7 TÜRK, with programs for children, youth, and women shown regularly alongside live broadcasts and teaching programs that support local Christians.
Since 2006, SAT-7 TÜRK has been a vital Christian voice in a country where the small minority of believers can find it difficult to share their faith. The channel is astonishingly well-received, with viewers of all backgrounds responding positively since its Türksat launch in early 2015.
- Broadcasts from Türksat 4A at 42 degrees East, 11.825 GHz Vertical,
covering Turkey, Europe, and Central Asia.
- Operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!
- Audience includes Turkish speaking people in Turkey, Europe, and Central Asia.
- Launched on 1 January 2015 (however, Turkish programming was regularly broadcast on other SAT-7 channels since 10 January 2006).
- Office/studios are located in Istanbul, Turkey.
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“I watched the program Womanly, and it made me so happy. It was about marriage, and the quoted verses were really encouraging. I felt blessed. I also would like to say that me and my family are following up with SAT-7 TÜRK all the time. It is the channel for families! Everything is so great. The content encourages our children. None of the other channels can be compared with SAT-7 TÜRK. We’d like to thank you, and also I’d love to see more of Womanly.”
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