Iran International (Persian: ایران اینترنشنال, ´Iran ´Internashnal) is a Persian television station headquartered in London. It is aimed at Iranian viewers and broadcasts free-to-air by satellite. The channel has received media attention for its reporting on human rights violations, political developments, LGBTQ+ rights and women's rights in Iran and has twice been nominated for International Channel of the Year by the Association for International Broadcasting. It is also known that the channel has ties with the Saudi Arabian Royal Family, with some funding for the channel coming from people closely associated with the same.Iran International's news and analysis has been cited in Western media publications including BBC News,The Guardian,The Sydney Morning Herald, The Telegraph, Fox News, and The Independent Staff at Iran International have also appeared as experts on BBC Radio 4, Sky News, Australian Broadcasting Corporation networks and ITN.
Iran International is available in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom and Ireland, Europe and North Africa, with bureaus in Istanbul, Paris and Washington D.C.
Iran International was established in 2017 and is available online, via radio and via every satellite broadcasting to Iran.
In 2021, an independent survey carried out by the Group for Analyzing and Measuring Attitudes in Iran (GAMAAN) found that Iran International is one of the most popular Persian language media networks amongst Iranians with 33% daily viewership. More than half of the 27,000 participants surveyed also reported that they trusted Iran International a lot or to some extent.
Iran International relies on a team of journalists around the world and reports on current affairs, health, technology, human rights violations, LGBTQ+ rights, women's rights and more.The channel has reported extensively on the COVID-19 pandemic in Iran, the Iran Nuclear Deal and global politics.The channel also airs television shows on sport, culture and politics and has produced documentaries that have been nominated for awards by the Association for International Broadcasters.
Iran International was launched in May 2017, with the aim of serving the 80million people that live in Iran and the Iranian diaspora around the world, in addition to informing and educating a global audience on the latest news and developments in Iran and across the Middle East. The channel is headquartered in London and broadcasts internationally, with a team of journalists that have joined Iran International from other Persian-language news channels including Manoto, Radio Farda, BBC Persian Service and Voice of America.
Since its inception, Iran International has reported on global events, with a network of international correspondents. This has included reporting on notable events including the 2020 United States Presidential election, the 2020 Beirut explosion, Pride in London, the assassination of Jamal Kashoggi and the assassination of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh in December 2020.
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