Langue: Arabisch

Roya TV (Arabic: قناة رؤيا الفضائية‎‎) is a private Jordanian TV, was launched on January 1, 2011. It is part of Al-Sayegh Group. Roya announced its vision as being an institution that is based on establishing a quality media platform with modern content that lives up to the expectations of Arab audience in the 21st… Weiter »

RT Arabic, or Rusiya Al-Yawm, is a Russian non-stop news television channel broadcast in the Arabic language. Founded in 2007, RT Arabic is the sister company of the international English language channel, Russia Today. The channel targets the Arabic speaking population of the world and offers a Russian perspective on global news and current affairs…. Weiter »

A free Egyptian satellite channel affiliated to Cleopatra Media, owned by an Egyptian businessman and politician. It was launched in 2011. The main objective is to cover the Egyptian political and social life with a different and independent outlook. The channel also broadcasts News and TV series. Sada Elbalad can be received in the all… Weiter »

Launched in 2005, Sama Dubai is a channel linked to the Dubai Media Incorporated group (DMI). Its primary objective is to offer quality programme content to people living in the United Arab Emirates as well as in the rest of the world. This channel offers a variety of programmes which pay tribute to local culture… Weiter »

Sama TV (Arabic قناة سما الفضائية, literal translation „Sky“) is a television station based in Damascus, Syria since September 7, 2012. Sama TV is a news channel. Sama TV can be received in the all Middle East and North Africa region, through the Nilesat/Eutelsat 7W satellite, and viewers can receive it for free.

Samira TV is an Algerian television channel specializing in cooking TV shows, focusing on Algerian and Maghrebi cuisine. The channel is dedicated to Algerian and Arab women who specialize in cooking, sewing, decorating. The channel is all about women in general. Samira TV is for anyone who wants to learn the art of Algerian cuisine… Weiter »

Launched in September 2010, Sat 7 Plus is an Arabic channel belonging to the Sat 7 network, and consists of television stations focused on the Christian religion. Its coverage area includes the Middle East, North Africa, the Arab world more generally. Based in the Cypriot capital, Nicosia, it is a forum from which Christianity can… Weiter »

Established in 1964, the Saudi 2 channel (also known as the Saudi TV Channel and KSA2) is part of the Saudi TV television group owned by the Saudi Arabian government. A general entertainment channel entirely in English and intended primarily for expatriates and foreigners working in the country, Saudi 2 provides a varied schedule of… Weiter »

Saudi TV, also known as KSA 1, is a Saudi Arabian television channel offering entertainment and news in a manner reflecting the country’s cultural values. Headquartered in the city of Riyadh and available in the Arabic language, this free satellite station delivers programmes focused on global political, economic and cultural issues, while also devoting much… Weiter »

Sharjah TV was launched in 2009. As a government channel, it is meant to be the spokesman of the Emirates. But you can find all kinds of culture in Sharjah TV. Broadcasted as a free channel by Hot Bird, it features programmes and shows focusing on the local news and various lifestyle happenings. Sharjah TV… Weiter »

If you’re looking for a channel that broadcasts current affairs, news and information programmes in Arabic, then Sky News Arabia is the answer for you. The channel is broadcast from Abu Dhabi in the UAE and features a full schedule of programming that explores a range of topical, political and economic issues, with a central… Weiter »

Also known as the Sudan National Broadcasting Corporation (SNBC), Sudan TV is one of the country’s six television networks. As a satellite station, it is available for free through Hot Bird. Owned and managed by the Sudanese government, Sudan TV was launched in 1962 and initially covered small pockets of Sudan, including Omdurman and Khartoum…. Weiter »