BEUR TV on NILESAT 201 New Frequency 2021
NILESAT 201 7.E
FREQ: 11958 H 27500
STARTED MPEG 4 HD FTA
Beur TV is a French television station mostly addressed to France’s North African communities (Algerians, Moroccans and Tunisians). It is broadcast through cable and offered on ADSL.
The community-based television station was licensed through the Conseil supérieur de l’audiovisuel (CSA) in France on 8 January 2002. The chain started broadcasting on 1 April 2003, and was owned by Algerian-French Nacer Kettane, who was also owner of Beur FM radio station.
The chain developed partnerships with various Maghrebine media to cover important events in those countries, most notably ENTV (Algeria), RTM and 2M (Morocco) and ERTT (Tunisia).
In July 2011, and after the station suffered financial difficulties, Nacer Kettane sold 80% of the enterprise to VOXALGERIE. As a result, programming was more allied with Algerian ENTV output and Arab films. In December 2011, French-language shows returned, a new identifying logo designed and station identifying as Beur FM.tv.
The station is also broadcast on a free satellite channel on Hot Bird 6 at 13° East reaching all European Union member states, Arab league countries in the North Africa and Middle East.