Jam Jam World Network was established on December 17, 1997. Jam Jam began its activities in Persian with the aim of spreading Iranian Islamic culture, maintaining and expanding the communication of Iranians living abroad, informing and responding to the wishes and needs of its viewers.
On February 10, 1999, Channel Two of Jam Jam was launched for viewers living in the United States and Canada.
Pars TV is an Iranian media outlet that promotes awareness, freedom, and human rights on a global network, and works in unison with the freedom-loving nation of Iran in order to institutionalize democracy and realize the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Pars TV has increased the scope of its activities with the support of viewers and their financial support, and by using the available technology, pursues its national and global goals in identifying Iranian culture, history and human beliefs.
Pars TV has been able to achieve the highest and highest position among the Persian language media over the years and try to use this value and credibility as a national support, the capital of its efforts and continuation of its service.
Channel IRIB 4 (شبكه چهار in Persian) is one of five nationally broadcast television channels in Iran. The IRIB channel started broadcasting shortly after Channel 3 went on air. The channel is known to be a more artistic and academic channel.
The twenty-four hour a day channel broadcasts documentaries, academic conferences, interviews with scholars, artistic movies, economic magazines, plays and philosophical discussions.
IRIB - Channel 3 (شبکه ۳) is a broadcast and satellite television channel from Tehran, Iran providing Sports and Entertainment shows, causing it to be called the Youth Channel. As part of IRIB (Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting), Channel 3 broadcasts major Iranian sport events, mini-series, comedies, and foreign and domestic movies.
IRIB TV3 (Persian: شبکه ۳ or شبکه سه ; Shabake Se) is one of the 32 national television channels in Iran. It is the third television channel created by the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting, and started broadcasting on December 4, 1993.
The channel is often referred to as the youth channel, due to its large amounts of programming dedicated to sports. The channel broadcast major Iranian sport events, mini-series, comedies, and movies (both foreign and domestic).On 7 August 2016, the TV3 network HD broadcast trial began in Tehran and provincial capitals .