New Frequency and Bol Network on 2022
BOL Network (Urdu: بول نیٹ ورک) is a media conglomerate based in Karachi owned by Shoaib Ahmed Shaikh, who also served as the CEO and chairman of the media network. According to Declan Walsh Bol Network was under the auspices of the fake diploma mill Axact The media group was supposed to incorporate television, digital media, cinema and theatre as well as digital media, but when the parent company of Bol, Axact, was unmasked as a diploma mill selling fake degrees Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority revoked the licence that it had awarded BOL, and the network was not even able to start transmission. Pakistani journalist Kamran Khan was appointed as the editor in chief, but he quit after the Axact scandal surfaced and stated that his conscience did not let him be affiliated with such a network.
|Satellite||Paksat 1R 38E|
|Bol News||Frequency : 3786 H DVB-S2||29500 -3/5|
|Channel Name||Bol News Network Sindhi||MPEG-4/HD 2 -102|
|Channel Name||Bol News Network Pashto||MPEG-4/HD 3 /103/ 333|
|Channel Name||Bol News Network Balochi||MPEG-4/HD 4 /104 /444|
|Channel Name||Pak News TV||MPEG-4/HD 6 106 666 E|
|Channel Name||Bol News Network English|
|Channel Name||Bol News Network Punjabi||MPEG-4/HD 7 107 777 Pan|
During the early phases of Bol, many prominent media personnel joined the network. These included Nabeel Zafar, Zeba Shehnaz and Haider Imam Rizvi who joined the entertainment channel. Kamran Khan, Mubasher Lucman, Jasmeen Manzoor and Iftikhar Ahmed were reportedly a part of the Bol News channel. However all of them resigned once the Axact scandal unmasked the company as a scam and a fraud.