GEM Group was established in London in 2006, with the vision of being a leading company in the global media and the entertainment industry. Concentrating first on the Persian and the Middle East market. Within the first year of its inception, GEM expanded in the UAE market, where it has launched various channels along with subsidiary companies. These channels were not only able to gain unprecedented number of Iranian viewers but also an immense group of Farsi speakers throughout the world, adding to its prior high viewership. Multiplying its influence and gaining an upper hand in the market and its competitions.
GEM Group’s engaging, informative and entertaining contents are shown in SD (super definition) and HD (high definition) and are streamed on renowned satellite frequencies such as Hotbird, Yahsat, Nilesat and Galaxy. GEM Group was the first among its competitors to successfully provide its audience with HD quality programs through its free on-air satellite channels. With an assertive strategy towards expansion, Gem Group then introduced the company’s internet presence GEMOnline.tv which now, has more than two hundred thousand users, and millions of viewers. Making GEM TV the number one, leading media company in the Persian language services and market, also permitting access to its viewers and worldwide fans to follow all the programs and available contents online.
Today, GEM Group has twenty (20) prominent channels (17 Persian, one Kurdish, one Azeri and one Arabic), and other active subsidiary companies targeting the Persian, Kurdish and most recently, the Azeri, Arabic and English speaking markets.
In the past year Gem Group has produced over several movies, series and other entertaining programs, proving its dedication and loyalty to its viewers.
GEM Group’s team of experts are continuously in the process of adding new channels, movies, series and programs to be launched within the
second half of the year 2016. With an eager eye for expansion, GEM Group, is simultaneously focusing to launch and create new partnerships in the nearest future, with other important and valuable territories such as the Arabic, Turkish, English and Azeri markets.