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Islamic television networks are thematic channels that have developed across the world in response to various Muslim audiences’ preferences. An Islamic television network may be considered a form of alternative media that appeals to some Muslims’ socio-religious values.
During the launch of TV broadcasting in the 1950s and 1960s, many Islamic programs were created. Many scholars identify the Islamic Iranian Revolution in 1979 as another factor that accelerated the growth of Islamic programming. The emergence of the Arab satellite TV landscape contributed to an exponential increase in Islamic networks and programming since the 1990s. While many Islamic television networks are owned by Arab Muslims, other Islamic television networks exhibit considerable diversity in terms of the ethnicity, language, and madhhab (schools of thought). Increased Internet access in the 2000s enabled online Islamic television networks gain popularity almost globally.