Pakistan Television Corporation is the biggest media organization in Pakistan. It is an autonomous public sector organization. The main responsibility of PTV is to provide public service broadcasting not only within Pakistan but also outside Pakistan. The objective of providing a homely atmosphere to family viewers has been well achieved.
PTV Home is a 24-hour entertainment channel, its transmission is broadcasted across Pakistan on the terrestrial network and worldwide through satellite. It telecasts daily programs of Tilawat & Tarjuma of the Holy Quran, Kids Programmes, Sitcoms, Soaps, and Prime Time Dramas.
PTV Home or PTV is a Pakistani free-to-air television channel owned by the Pakistan Television Corporation. It is programming on terrestrial television differs from that on pay television; for example, terrestrial programming includes live telecasts of Pakistan's cricket matches and other professional sports, but the subscription channel cannot broadcast this content.
Pakistan entered the television broadcasting age in 1964, with a pilot television station established at Lahore. This is the venue from which Pakistan’s first television broadcast was aired in black & white on the historic date: 26th November 1964.
The Rawalpindi Center was added in 1967 and Peshawar & Quetta Centers added in 1974. The National Broadcaster has flourished since then, and today has PTV-Centers in Islamabad, Lahore, Karachi, Peshawar, Quetta, Muzaffarabad, AJK and Multan whereas the PTV Headquarters is also located in Islamabad, the Federal Capital.