Langue: Arabic

AlNaharTV

Al Nahar TV is a general interest television service from Egypt. Programming includes talk shows, political discussions, dramas, movies, mini-series, game shows and reality series. Al Nahar 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.

AlRasheedTV

Al Rasheed TV is a satellite TV channel, broadcasts an Iraqi political and diverse programs, as well as local and Arab news from Baghdad. Al Rasheed 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.

Al Rayyan Al Qaduim is a culture-orientated Qatari television channel. Mainly offering entertainment programmes, it is a popular choice for families and all age groups. Its objective is to both promote and protect cultural and traditional Qatari values, as well as those belonging to the Arab world in general. The entertainment shows broadcast on the… Read more »

First launched in 2008, Iraqi private TV channel, Al Sharqiya, is committed to providing quality entertainment programming to Arab-speaking viewers throughout Iraq and across the world. Those looking for variety viewing have plenty to enjoy, with a diverse slate of general programming and content that reflects this diversity. Viewers of all ages are represented, with… Read more »

Al Waad Channel est une chaîne de télévision libanaise appartenant au réseau mondial de télévisions du mouvement religieux des Adventistes du Septième Jour. Disponible gratuitement sur le satellite Hot Bird, elle propose donc des programmes à connotation principalement religieuse promouvant les préceptes de la vie chrétienne. Fidèle à la doctrine de cette confession religieuse, elle… Read more »

Though Islam is well and truly installed in Arab countries, and constitutes the main religious affiliation of people in those countries, Christianity is also very present. This is especially the case in Egypt, which has a large Coptic community. Al Fady TV was created for this very community, but this channel also broadcasts with the… Read more »

AlMajd3

Al Majd Holy Quran is an Arabic-language television channel for the whole family. It presents the Quran with the recitation of verses by the famous readers of the Islamic world. Al Majd Holy Quran can be received in the all Middle East and North Africa Region, through the Nilesat/Eutelsat 7W satellite.

AlMajd3

Al Majd Holy Quran is a 24-hour Religious Channel that introduces the complete recitations from the famous readers, and hundreds of fine recitations with very beautiful voices for over 150 readers of the Holy Quran from all over the Islamic World. Al Majd Holy Quran is an Arabic-language television channel for the whole family. Al… Read more »

AloulaTV

Al-Oula (ERTU 1) is the flagship channel of the ERTU (Egyptian Radio and Television Union), the Egypt Public broadcaster. The channel was established in 1960. Al-Oula is broadcasting General Entertainment programming in Arabic language. Al-Oula (ERTU 1) can be received in the all Middle East and North Africa region, through the Nilesat/Eutelsat 7W satellite, and… Read more »

Algeria 4 – also widely referred to as Tamazight TV – was launched in March 2009 by the Algerian National Television Company (ENTV). In a country known for its multiculturalism and plurality of spoken tongues, Algeria 4’s public service mission is to promote everything to do with Central Atlas Tamazight, one of the most widely… Read more »

Launched in March 2009, simultaneously with its sister channel Algeria 4, Algeria 5/Koran is an Algerian satellite TV station. Owned by ENTV (the National Television Company), this channel is exclusively devoted to the study of the Koran, the Muslim holy book. Available free on Hot Bird alongside several other channels from the Algerian national television… Read more »

Thalitha TV, or Algérie 3, is Algeria’s third public channel and has been broadcast around the world by satellite for several years, offering a variety of programmes. Thalitha TV was launched in 2001 after three years in the planning. As its success grew the range of its shows and coverage of issues was broadened. Information… Read more »