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This is a list of television channels and stations in the Arab World , as well as Arab-based Western television channels. The majority, if not all, of these channels are chiefly in Arabic. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Wikipedia list article.
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Al-Arab News Channel | Arab News
In December , Manama , Bahrain , was chosen as the network's headquarters. Al-Arab was launched on 1 February The channel partners with US financial news channel Bloomberg Television , which would have provided five hours of daily programming, including financial bulletins, analysis, reports on regional business leaders, and global financial news. On 1 February , al-Arab's first day of programming included an interview with Bahraini Shi'a politician and former member of the Council of Representatives , Khalil al-Marzooq , who discussed the cancelling of 72 Bahrainis' citizenship. Broadcasting was suspended after the interview. The shutdown of Al Arab TV was a result of the media censorship vigorously enforced by the ruling regime, where any criticism of the absolute monarchy or the mention of Shia majority oppression is not tolerated. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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List of Arabic-language television channels
Al Arabiya , Arabic-language satellite television channel, based in Dubai , established in March From its start, Al Arabiya billed itself as the less-provocative alternative to the Al Jazeera network, based in Qatar and owned by the Qatari government. Before the establishment of Al Jazeera in , almost all major pan-Arab media outlets were Saudi-owned, ensuring that Saudi rulers received generally favourable coverage.
Al-Arab television channel, which is based in Manama, capital of the Gulf island state of Bahrain, was suspended on Sunday after airing an interview with a prominent local opposition activist. The decision was taken without prior notice or legal process. Of the 72, about 50 were journalists, bloggers, religious figures, doctors, political and human rights activists, the opposition said. The remaining 20 are suspected of or known to have left Bahrain to join Isis in Iraq and Syria.