Coptic TV


Coptic TV
Coptic TV
Type Television
Country Egypt Egypt
Availability National; international
Founded by Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria
Motto "Rubbina Mawgoood"
("God is with us")
Owner Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria
Launch date 2007
Satellite Availability

Hotbird 13° East - Europe & Middle East Galaxy 19 97° West - USA & Canada

Optus D2 152.0° East - Australia
Live streaming broadcast [1]
Official website CTV Channel

Coptic TV (CTV) is the official Coptic Orthodox TV station broadcasting in Arabic via satellite to Coptic Christians in Egypt and in North America. Tharwat Bassily, a business man, was instrumental in establishing the television network, which started in 2007.

CTV subsequently started broadcasting in North America and abroad; their headquarters are located in Cairo, Egypt.

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Free-to-Air satellite broadcasting

  • Hotbird 6 at 13° East for Europe & Middle East (freq.: 11054 MHz) [2].
  • Galaxy 19 at 97° West for USA & Canada (freq.: 11867 MHz) [3].
  • Optus D2 at 152.0° East for Australia (freq.: 12425 MHz) [4].
  • Nilesat at 7° West for Middle East, North Africa, South Europe (freq.: 11355 MHz) [5].

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