Its programmes are a mix of discussion shows, street interviews and news.
It is currently headed by Abdel Gadr al-Tuhami, formerly head of the radio station.
Frequency: Nilesat 12341 - 27500 H,
Rascom 2.8 East
The Libya channel started broadcasting mid-December 2011 from the old Libiyya studios on Nasr Street in central Tripoli.
The channel has been experiencing management difficulties and it
is unclear who its current manager is. Until summer 2012, Mohammed Taleb
was at the head of the channel and his deputy was Hadi El Gariani. Both
worked directly with the Ministry of Culture.
Due to management difficulties, this channel is mostly broadcasting old footage of the revolution.
Incidentally, one of the High Media Council members (nominated by
the NTC, not elected a few weeks later in Jadu) registered the channel
with the Arab States Broadcasting Union. 
Frequency: Nilesat 12342 – 27500 H
Libya al Riyadiya (Libyan sports channel) operates out of studios in Gargaresh, Tripoli.
After some talk of the channel falling under the supervision of
the Ministry of Sports, the channel currently under the Ministry of
Culture and Civil Society.
Managed by Izzadine Beleid
The sports channel is not currently producing original content,
but does broadcast old football matches, and national games as live.
Frequency: 12379 – 27500 H
During the uprising, revolutionary fighters captured a brand-new
fully-equipped mobile broadcast unit Qaddafi used to use for his
speeches when traveling around the country 
Misrata TV went on air in August 2011 and now broadcasts via satellite across Libya.
It broadcasts live and pre-recorded content. And It often
broadcasts images of the missing, which has given it a reputation for
remembering those still unaccounted for.
Popular in Misrata, it aims to reach a national audience.
Programmes such as ‘Min Ajel Libya’ (for the sake of Libya) bring in
guests from around the country for this purpose.
Structure and Funding
It was initially funded by Misratan businessmen and recently gained financial backing from the Misrata Local Council.
The manager is Mohammed Glewan
Frequency: 11258-27500H Nilesat
Benghazi Broadcasting Network
The Benghazi Broadcasting Network, which is slated to include both a
TV and a radio, is not yet on air. Its Facebook page claims it is owned
by the Benghazi Local Council and will start broadcasting "soon" - but
the page has not been updated since June 2012. Its current status is
unclear although it appears to still receive funding by the Local
Benghazi TV is also funded by the Benghazi Local Council. It appears
that while the Benghazi Broadcasting Network project was launched by the
first Benghazi Local Council, Benghazi TV is a brainchild of the Local
Council elected in May 2012. In April 2013, Benghazi TV was moving into
its 500 square meter headquarters - still under construction - and hoped
to be on air by the summer. They also plan on launching a radio.
The goal is to build a regional channel covering mostly local
issues and highlighting local traditions. They plan on devoting 20% of
the channel's airtime to news content - of which 80% will go to local
news - and devoting the rest of the time to a wide variety of
non-political content such as children's shows and documentaries.
The General Director of the station is Khaled Najem, former
deputy Minister of Information in Mahmoud Jibril's Executive Office.