Kazakh TV is Kazakhstan’s first national satellite television channel.

 

Kazakh TV started broadcasting on October 25, 2002, as Caspionet. To become a more recognizable country brand and to better promoting Kazakhstan’s image worldwide, the channel was renamed to Kazakh TV on September 1, 2012. In October 2016, after the merger of Kazakh TV and Bilim zhane Madeniet channels, the channel continued broadcasting under a single brand name Kazakh TV.

 

Today, Kazakh TV is an image-building, educational channel about the dynamically developing and emerging Kazakhstan, its investment and tourism potential, global initiatives, cultural and historical heritage and sustainable development measures. The channel’s content is entirely original and locally produced.

 

Kazakh TV is available in the national and international broadcasting formats. In Kazakhstan, the channel broadcasts 18 hours in the Kazakh and Russian languages in equal proportions via the national satellite operator Otau TV. Kazakh TV broadcasts internationally 24 hours a day in the Kazakh and English languages via the major satellite operators HotBird 13B, Galaxy 19 и AsiaSat 5. The broadcast is available in 118 countries including North and Central America, Western and Eastern Europe, Asia, Australia and Oceania, North Africa and the Middle East.