"We have not been able to upload new videos on our official YouTube page since July 25. Both YouTube and (its parent company) Google have declined to comment," said Press TV Newsroom Director Hamid Reza Emadi.
He added that YouTube was "in fact responding to an ADL order to stop us from revealing Israeli crimes to the world."
An article on ADL's official website has accused Press TV of bypassing the West's sanctions by broadcasting live via YouTube and other internet and mobile platforms.
"ADL has contacted YouTube regarding concerns about Press TV," reads the article, further noting that the station's "broadcast on YouTube comes at a time when the United States, the European Union and others in the international community are seeking to isolate Iran."
Since January 2012, Press TV has come under mounting pressure from European governments and satellite companies, which have taken the alternative channel off the air across the European Union.
In a statement published on the official website of the American Jewish Committee (AJC), the pro-Israeli lobby has lauded Spain's efforts to ban Press TV, saying Madrid has pulled the plug on the Iranian channel following months of negotiations with the AJC.
He said Press TV had to create an alternative YouTube account to upload its videos.
"Viewers can now watch our videos at http://www.youtube.com/user/PresstvNewsCast/