Lemar (Pashto:لمر, meaning “sun” in Pashto) is a television station based in Kabul, Afghanistan, which was founded in 2006. It is owned by MOBY Group. The channel broadcasts news, shows, and entertainment programs in the Pashto language. Its sister channels are TOLO and TOLOnews.
Lemar TV HD Biss Key and Frequency 2021 – Lemar TV is one of the most popular Pashto channel and 4th most popular channel in Afghanistan. The channel launched on August 15th, 2006 and has made a place in the minds and hearts of its viewers in a record time. Biss Key All content is produced locally or acquired globally and transmitted in Pashto. It is a mix of entertainment, news and current affairs are widely respected for their apolitical tenor and resonance with Pashto-speaking audiences.
Lemar TV play Hindi serials dubbed in Pashto like Laagi Tujhse Lagan. This channel is the second-most watched Pashto channel in Afghanistan, after Shamshad TV which is the main transmission carrier Pashto channel along with Khyber TV Biss Key.
Lemar TV HD Biss Key on Yahsat 1A at 52.5°East New TP Frequency 2021
|Lemar TV HD Latest Biss Key on Al Yah 1 at 52.5°East Working Code 2021|
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|Satellite||Al Yah 1 at 52.5°East|
|Update||Today April 10-04-2020|
|Biss Key||31 2D BA 18 74 1F 55 E8|
Al Yah 1 at 52.5°East
Al Yah Satellite Communications, AlYahsat is a satellite communications company wholly owned subsidiary of Mubadala Development Company, the Abu Dhabi Government’s strategic investment company. The company offers voice, data, video and internet services for broadcast, Internet and VSAT users for both private and government organisations.
Incorporated in January 2008 the company had an aim of developing, operating and using multi-purpose (Government and commercial) communications satellite systems for the Middle East, Africa, Europe and South-West Asia regions.
In July 2008, Yahsat approved a consortium of EADS Astrium and Thales Alenia to construct Yahsat’s own satellites, manufacturing took 36 months to be completed in Europe. Arianespace were appointed to launch the first satellite Al Yah 1 Biss Key, currently positioned at 52.5° East.