This is an online TV channel broadcast from Turkey. You can watch online this channel on all platforms.
Get breaking Turkey and world news or catch up with the latest stories, clips, and programs from your favorite shows. The “Kanal Hayat” brings you breaking news coverage and live streaming from Kanal Hayat live will help you stay up to date on the events shaping on around the world.
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Kanal Hayat TV started broadcasting on March 15, 2007, and is a religious (Christian) channel. Our publications are based on the Bible (Old Testament, Psalms, and the New Testment), and political views are never included in its content.
Our channel was established in order to convey the good news brought by Jesus Christ 2000 years ago, which provided salvation and peace to humanity, and to build up those who speak Turkish and are believers of Jesus in their faith journey.
We are here with a wealth of content for our audience, including chat programs, counseling programs, programs for children and youths, lectures about educational and enriching Godly topics.
Kanal Hayat TV continues to broadcast on Hotbird 13E satellite. Hotbird delivers its broadcast to regions where it can be watched easily, particularly from European countries, Turkey, the Middle East and West Asia.
Our channel, which has Turkish content, also gives limited broadcasts at certain times of the day in Turkmen, Uzbek, Azeri, and Kırmanci languages, which are spoken within the broadcast region of Hotbird satellite.