Persian Broadcasting Company also known as Tapesh (Persian: تپش; meaning heartbeat) is a Persian television company in the United States. It was founded by Masoud Jamali and consists of two channels, Tapesh and T2, a magazine, and a record company.
Programming consists of news and talk shows, music concerts, sitcoms, movies, variety shows, sports, entertainment, mini-series, drama, music videos, red carpet events and children's programs.
It is broadcast in North America, Europe, North Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Far East, and the Middle East, and is the only Persian channel in New Zealand and Australia. The company's world headquarters and production facilities are located in Los Angeles, California with satellite offices in New York, Vancouver, London, Dubai, Kuala Lumpur and Sydney.
The 24-hour television broadcasts broadcast and produced entertainment, music and sports programs, and were available on the five continents through the satellite and in the United States and Australia via cable. Farsi T2 languages, which are dedicated exclusively to music videos, have a common threading network.
Since 2015 Tapesh TV is no longer broadcast to Europe via satellite.
You can watch World wide channels on most of the different devices and also view the broadcast on TV using Chromecast or Apple TV.
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