Pays: Maroko

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,… Czytaj dalej »

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… Czytaj dalej »

The Al Magharibia channel broadcasts political, social and economic programmes from its private London base. The channel is broadcast in Arabic and aimed at the Mahgreb countries, Algeria in particular. More than 50 percent of the broadcast programmes are devoted to news specifically related to Algeria, and the channel promotes free speech and expression. The… Czytaj dalej »

Arryadia is a Moroccan sports channel. Highly popular in Morocco, this public television channel is central to the country’s sporting events. Coverage of national sports logically takes up a large part of Arryadia’s transmission time, however it also reports on international sports news. Among Arryadia’s successful programmes is ‘Houate’, on which presenters visit amateur football… Czytaj dalej »

Assadissa (the Sixth or “Chain Mohammed VI of the Holy Qu’an”) is a popular themed TV channel. It’s a Moroccan public television station devoted to religious affairs for a wider audience. Broadcast to France, this free channel focuses on the teachings of Islam providing viewers with a better understanding of Islamic values, in French. The… Czytaj dalej »

Athaqafia is a free channel available on the Hotbird satellite and offers a range of scheduling from documentaries and educational programmes as well as music, cartoons and family entertainment. The channel is aimed primarily at families and is broadcast primarily in Arabic but sometimes in the French and Berber language. The channel was created by… Czytaj dalej »

Medi 1 TV, the Moroccan Television Channel, was started in 2006. Based in Tangier, this generalist channel features a wide variety of programmes catering to audience of all ages and tastes. Broadcasted in Arabic and French, the channel offers newscasts, documentaries, and magazines. The channel’s talk shows explore diverse themes and topics, creating a lot… Czytaj dalej »

A television station owned by the National Corporation of Broadcasting and Television (SNRT) of Morocco, Tamazight is a public, general TV channel offering a varied programme schedule, named after the Amazigh language variant. In keeping with its objective to promote and contribute to the preservation of Amazigh (or Berber) culture regionally, nationally and internationally, much… Czytaj dalej »