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ARY Digital is a popular Pakistani television network. The channel is considered a pioneer in Pakistani media and broadcasting and has an expanding network of channels, each with an independent focus.
ARY Television Network, a subsidiary of the ARY Group, is a popular Pakistani television network available in Pakistan, the Middle East, North America, Europe and Australia. The ARY Group of companies is a Dubai-based holding company founded by a Pakistani businessman, Haji Abdul Razzak Yaqoob (ARY). The network caters to the needs of South Asians, particularly the Pakistani diaspora. The channel is considered a pioneer in Pakistani media and broadcasting and has an expanding network of channels, each with an independent focus.
ARY, formerly the Pakistani Channel was launched in the United Kingdom in December 2000 to cater to the growing demands of South Asian entertainment in the region. Within a short span of three years, the unique proposition and the content of the channel resulted in massive popularity and, in order to enable greater expansion and broadcast into other countries, the operations were moved to Dubai Media City. The uplink teleport station it uses is Samacom, a monopolising uplink provider based in the UAE.
This one-screen TV business grew into a network of channels beaming into over 130 countries. But not yet launched its transmissions in Australian continent. The network, at present, undoubtedly stands as one of the fastest growing Asian television networks in the world at the current moment.
The network was successful in acquiring a license for DTH operations in Pakistan, considered a milestone for media in the ever-growing broadcast television market of Pakistan. Since then the network started to commit itself to the continuous development of Pakistan’s media market. The network now boasts a potential market size of more than 20 million households.
The ARY Group, owners of the network, announced the launch of the ARY Digital Tower, one of the tallest media buildings in the UAE. The project is to stand a mammoth 44- to 45-storey broadcasting tower that will house the studios and corporate-head office of all the network’s operations. Construction of the tower, overseen by esteemed Adnan Z. Saffarini of Dimensions Engineering Consultants, is expected to end by 2008.
ARY pioneered and set standards in television programming in Pakistan and all over the world. In 2002, The ARY Star Gold Quiz Show set new standards in the game-show broadcast history being the first live show ever offering a hefty prize of one kilogram of gold. For the period of its transmission, participants won over 260 kilograms of gold. Undoubtedly the highest stakes of any game-show in the history of South Asian Television. Partly due to the ban on Indian channels around the time, helped the channel grow popular by the day. The network in 2005 obtained the rights to show Live 8 on its sister music channel, The Musik. The channel also held rights to the Who Wants to be a Millionaire franchise for Pakistan.
On October 18, 2007 most of the ARY news team, covering former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto’s arrival from exile, were killed by one of two explosions. Pictures of the victims were shown live on the news hour and prayers were observed. Bhutto was later escorted safely to an official government house.
ARY Television Network
The channels owned or affiliated with ARY Television Network include:
ARY Digital – Infotainment and Sports
ARY One World – 24 hour independent news
The Musik – 24 hour music
Q tv – Quran TV, religious content
ARY Shopping channel – 24 hour shopping channel
ARY Zaoq – 24/7 cooking channel
Al Jazeera Urdu
The City Channel
Fashion TV Pakistan
Good morning Pakistan
Kasia Yeh Jonoon
Fun of the week
Ye Vaada Rahha
Agar Tum Mil jao
Koi Tou Barish
Focus With Faiza
Insight With Javed Malik
Black and White
Professional Cooking Made Easy by Soya Supreme
Baat Niklay Gi To
Mom Show LIVE
Yeh Waada Raha
Main aur Tum
Lines of Style
Deen o Duniya Tiem 1745 Cats & Dogs
Chup Chuppa Kay
Yeh Waada Raha
News @ 11
Ariel Kamiyabi Ki Recipes
Chup Chuppa Kay
ARY Digital started off with a format more closely resembling that of PTV Prime and other Indian channels where it provided slots for soaps in general while presenting an hourly slot for news headlines. Although, flaming political talk shows and dramas were the main priority when it came to programming, the network soon was hailed for its news coverage.
Qatar-based Al Jazeera was enjoying its fifteen minutes of fame that rooted its name prominently in the events folding after the 9/11 attacks but when the war on terror came to neighbouring Afghanistan, Pakistan had no decent coverage and the likes of PTV hired people without prior knowledge of journalism to be investigative journalists. There was a limit as to how much PTV could show on their network. Soon enough, when ARY Digital started broadcasting news covering the Afghan war, ARY Digital was hailed for their efforts.
As most of the network’s programming is acquired through private production houses from within Pakistan and some based in UAE, where people aren’t that much in verse with the latest trends in distribution and quality, the network began to be criticised. This led the network to segment its programming into specialised channels whereby, for instance, having a dedicated channel for news coverage where they excelled leaving behind areas that needed dire attention on the flagship channel.
At the time of writing, the network has four different coverage areas around the world: ARY Digital Asia, ARY Digital Middle East, ARY Digital UK/Europe and ARY Digital USA beamed at from the UAE. It has acquired and set up 1,200 premium-rate lines for its call centres to facilitate users.
Although, its operations involve the mission for the betterment of the image of Pakistanis both resident and living abroad, the network has tagged along regional events programming from neighbour India to boost its ratings. In January 2005, the annual Bollywood Music Awards held in Dubai were premiered on the networks flagship channel ARY Digital where celebrities from both the countries managed to gather under one roof. The awards sparked a new interest in the India-Pakistan affairs regarding media policies and ushered a new era of friendly cross-industry work.
To further hook users to the box, the network acquired exclusive rights to showcase all International Cricket Council cricket tournaments in the European markets. Another deal with the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) led the network into rightful broadcast of all PCB matches from the year 2003 to 2008.
By 2004, ARY Digital had started up three sister ventures apart from the flagship channel ARY Digital, channels targeting generalised programming. Of them, ARY One World for round-the-clock news coverage made it stand shoulder-to-shoulder with competition from, e.g., Geo TV. A channel aimed at the younger generation, The Musik vowed to bring the latest in the music industry to the masses in Pakistan and all over the world. Qtv targeted at religious programming. With these four channels under its belt, the network viewership grew by folds over the coming years and ARY Digital would often then call itself the premium entertainment provider in the region.
Recently, the network announced two more channels, namely the Shopping Channel, a 24 hour home shopping channel and The City Channel focusing on concerns of everyday life in the metropolitan districts that fall under its coverage area.
Recently ARY Digital has affiliated with several other television networks to promote their content in Pakistan. Amongst these are Fashion TV for which a regional channel FTV Pakistan has been airing since December 2005 on the ARY Digital network. Plans are under way for Al Jazeera Urdu in affiliation with Al Jazeera targeting 110 million Urdu-speaking households worldwide and HBO Pakistan in association with HBO’s south-Asian division. With the network’s help, Nickelodeon is also planning to kick-start its operations in Nick Pakistan where it would be beamed into 2.5 million households with kids.
With so much international diversity under the network’s belt, Salman Iqbal, the global CEO and president of ARY Digital network feels confident that the network is bringing international quality to Pakistan’s growing market.
For a brief moment in 2003, ARY Digital received criticism upon its airing of a prisoners derogatory comments against the Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC-3) and a video showing balded young girls behind bars begging for mercy. The contempt of court proceedings against the officials of the network were withdrawn after the judge accepted the unconditional apologies of all the contemners.
ARY Media Advisory Board
At the turn of events leading to the emergency in December 2007, Salman Iqbal, CEO of the network announced along with the ARY Digital network committee the establishment of a media advisory board, the purpose of which would be to assess the media coverage (be it news or other programmes) on the network. Saying that ARY Digital has been reporting without bias for a while but the recent events ushering the emergency rule and temporary closure of one of the biggest news network Geo TV, ARY Digital required a better unbiased coverage. He concluded that an array of government leaders could weigh the coverage presented by the network on the basis of its rationality and coverage so that the media portrayed by the network was in verse with the way Pakistan is supposed to be imaged. The board would have seats for 20 members, each focusing on