The 2M Monde television channel is partially airing first in March 1989, it is now regarded as a public broadcasting system, and has been since January 1997. Watched by 70% of Moroccans, it has contributed significantly to the global appeal of the country. 2M is broadcast on the Hot Bird satellite system and presents entertainment,… Read more »
For drama lovers the Abu Dhabi Drama Channel offers free 24-hour drama programming and serials with the most famous artists in the region. Abu Dhabi Drama 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.
If you are a sports fan, whether you prefer football, athletics, racing, basketball or any other sport, the channel Abu Dhabi TV Sports 1 has all you could ask for. Available for live streaming online at sat.tv or via Hot Bird satellite TV, this channel, based in the UAE has a rich and diverse output… Read more »
Broadcast in Arabic from the United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi TV Europe is a general Arab television channel that offers diverse programs for the whole family. Its schedule of programmes features an equal amount of news and cultural coverage. A blend of game shows, news, films, television series, entertainment shows, scientific discoveries, cooking programmes, documentaries… Read more »
Aghani Aghani is a Music TV station broadcasting in the Middle East region and a Local Lebanese Radio Station 98.9 FM. Aghani Aghani TV is an Arabic only music station with the latest Arabic hits. The channel is the Number 1 Music Channel in Lebanon and one of the Top rated Music Channels in the… Read more »
Hot Bird satellite TV introduces the Alalam News Channel. Launched in 2003, the year of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq, Alalam News Channel is an Iranian international 24-hour news network that transmits continuous programming from its studios in Tehran. Broadcasting in the Arabic language, Alalam promotes its output by emphasising its responsiveness, thoroughness and the… Read more »
Al Anwar TV is a religious channel that spreads the spirit of unity and cooperation among the people of the world and to reject the division. The channel works on a quiet and moderate positive proposition and has been working on the following: – Spreading the culture of moderation, tolerance, and advocating rejection of violence… Read more »
Al Aoula Europe is one of the main Moroccan public broadcasting channels and was previously known as Moroccan TVM. The channel broadcasts in French and Arabic, so appeals to a wide range of viewers. Moroccan expats will find Al Aoula Europe is particularly good for keeping up with news and views from home, as well… Read more »
Launched in 2004, Al Arabiya is one of the most highly watched channels in the Arab world, and is recognised as a principle competitor with Al Jazeera for the title of the premier Arabic-language TV channel. Broadcasting from its base in the gulf state of Qatar, its programming offers a diverse range of entertainment, news,… Read more »
Al Araby is an Arabic channel willing to offer rich and varied programs to its Arabic-speaking audience. To meet the expectations of its audience, Al Araby broadcasts programs of Arab culture, economy in the Arab world as well as entertainment magazines. Perhaps the most famous of these programs is “Bilal Fadl’s Book Juice” Program and… Read more »
Al-Forat is an Iraqi channel. The channel broadcasts different programs in the political, religious, social, economic and sports arenas; targeting the real issues that matter to the viewer. Al-Forat 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 Hayat TV channel, which roughly translates as the Life TV, is a television channel which is broadcast in Arabic and which can be viewed across the world; the Middle East, North Africa, West Asia, Australia, America, Canada, and some parts of Europe. Launched in 2003, this channel broadcasts its programmes mainly from Egypt. It… Read more »