Arryadia - Wikipedia
Arryadia
Arryadia is a Moroccan public television sports channel. It is a part of the state-owned SNRT Group along with Al Aoula, Athaqafia, Al Maghribia, Assadissa, Aflam TV, Tamazight TV and Laayoune TV. The channel was launched on 16 September 2006.[3] Arryadia is the official broadcaster of the Moroccan league Botola.
Arryadia
CountryMorocco
HeadquartersRabat, Morocco[1]
Programming
Language(s)Arabic French
Picture format576i SDTV
1080i HDTV
Ownership
OwnerSNRT
Sister channelsAl Aoula,
Arrabia,
Al Maghribia,
Assadissa,
Aflam TV,
Tamazight TV,
Laayoune TV
History
Launched16 September 2006; 14 years ago
Links
Website
www.arryadia.com
Availability
Terrestrial
DTT (Morocco)[2]Channel 3 (SD)
Channel 12 (HD)
Satellite
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 (HD)
Hot Bird10875 V, SR: 27500, FEC: 3/4 (HD)
Eutelsat 21B11615 V, SR: 27500, FEC: 3/4 (HD)
11570 V, SR: 9500, FEC: 3/4 (HD)
IPTV
Maroc TelecomChannel 3
Freebox TVChannel 558
Neuf TVChannel 402
References
  1. ^ "Arryadia". Retrieved 27 May 2017.
  2. ^ "Réception de nos Chaines".
  3. ^ "Nos Chaines: Présentation".
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