The abbreviation of the new name SBA is designed to remove confusion with the recently-launched Saudi Broadcasting Channel (SBC).
Category - TV/Radio Deals
The deal with German media companies Studio 100 Media and m4e covers TV, digital media and consumer product rights for the CGI preschool series in the MENA...
Sharjah Media Corporation’s (SMC) new Pulse 95 Radio station has made extensive use of mixing, routing and control systems from the German broadcast solutions...
The Grand Slam tournament will be broadcast live and exclusively in three languages, Arabic, English and French across 11 channels from July 2.
Journalist Fahad al-Khitan was appointed Chairman of the station that is to be launched on July 16, with Nart Bouran, among others, as board members.
China-based media company, StarTimes has launched phase one of its digital project in Burundi which will see 300 families in the East African nation’s rural...
The Department of Economic Development (DED) in Abu Dhabi has confiscated FTA satellite television receivers from a shop in Abu Dhabi during an inspection...
"Colors Ke Sartaj" is a talent hunt show which will conduct auditions targetting about 65,000 blue collar workers in the UAE.
In the Middle East, the programme is licensed by Dubai Media and locally produced by Talpa Middle East.
The initiative comes as the state-owned television network concluded an agreement with beIN Sports North Africa and the Middle East.
The announcement triggered a debate on LinkedIn with some industry professionals questioning if the free-to-air arrangement would put regional IPTV networks at...
Nat Geo Kids Abu Dhabi has purchased the edutainment programme "Who’s there?" that released in early 2018 and was produced jointly with Svoya Production.
Teleste will provide Türskast with a platform for the delivery of services over cable, OTT TV and IPTV with live content processing.
Etisalat’s eLife TV subscribers, who have a 4K box will be able to view the 4K World Cup matches on channel 772 in English and channel 773 in Arabic.
Egyptians are hoping to watch the World Cup for free after the country's competition authority said it was obliging FIFA to let state TV show the games.
The new agreement includes channels: FightBox HD, DocuBox HD, Fast&FunBox HD, FilmBox Art House, Gametoon HD, FunBox UHD, FilmBox, and FashionBox HD.
The new initiatives announced by Sheikh Mohamed include allowing entrepreneurs to start their businesses from home and a dual license for free zone firms.