Al Maghribia - Wikipedia
Al Maghribia
Al Maghribia 5 is a Moroccan public television channel. (Not to be confused with El Magharibia, a European broadcast channel targetting most Algerian people). It is a part of the state-ownedSNRT Group along with Al Aoula, Arryadia, Athaqafia, Assadissa, Aflam TV, Tamazight TV and Laayoune TV. The channel was launched on 18 November 2004 by Morocco's Broadcasting and Television National Company.[2]
Al Maghribia x5
Picture format576i SDTV
1080i HDTV
Sister channelsAl Aoula,
Aflam TV,
Tamazight TV,
Laayoune TV
Launched18 November 2004; 16 years ago
DTT (Morocco)[1]Channel 5 (SD)
Eutelsat 7 West A11475 V, SR: 27500, FEC: 3/4 (SD)
11515 V, SR: 27500, FEC: 2/3 (HD)
Badr-412685 V, SR: 27500, FEC: 3/4 (SD)
Hot Bird10875 V, SR: 27500, FEC: 3/4 (HD)
Eutelsat 21B11615 V, SR: 27500, FEC: 3/4 (SD)
Galaxy 1911900 V, SR: 22000 FEC: 3/4 (SD)
Its programming consists of reruns of TV shows from Morocco TV network 2M and SNRT-owned TV channels, with newscasts being broadcast in French, Spanish, Arabic and Berber.[3] Al Maghribiya was created around the concept of the French TV channel TV5Monde and is focused towards the Moroccan diaspora living in other countries.[4]
In January 2014, Abdessamad Bencherif announced its intention to make Al Maghribiya an international news channel with the purpose of "countering misinformation from Morocco's rivals and enemies of its interests."[5]
The channel started broadcasting in high-definition on 20 November 2017.
  1. ^ "Réception de nos Chaines".
  2. ^ "Nos Chaines: Présentation".
  3. ^ "Que veut-on faire de nos télés ?". La vie éco (in French). 23 April 2012. Archived from the original on 25 April 2012. Retrieved 15 September 2019.
  4. ^ "Maroc: le français aura une place importante sur les TV publiques (ministre)". Challenge. 17 April 2012. Archived from the original on 3 March 2016. Retrieved 2019-09-14.
  5. ^ "Al Maghribia bientôt chaîne d"info internationale" [Al Maghribia, a news channel soon]. H24Info (in French). Morocco. 23 January 2014.
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