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Alwaleed's Al-Arab channel suspended says Bahrain

Bahrain's Information Affairs Authority (IAA) has announced the suspension of Al-Arab satellite television channel following its failure to obtain the required licensing approval to commence broadcasting in the kingdom. The ne

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Al Arab News Channel goes off air in 'technical' row

A new international news channel based in Bahrain had its broadcast suspended less than 24 hours after its launch for 'administrative and technical purposes', according to authorities. The 24-hour Al Arab News Channel sto

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Alarab News Channel launched from Bahrain

The launch ushers in a completely new style of news programming for the Middle East and beyond and fills a critical void in Arab-language news programming by delivering to millions of viewers with an objective, fresh and unbiased view of world e

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Samsung’s UHD TV sales grows 10-fold in Gulf

Samsung Gulf Electronics has reported a 10-fold increase in sales of its ultra-high-definition (UHD) televisions last year, compared to 2013. The leap points to the country’s growing appetite for 4K technology, and signals t

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Al Jazeera Arabic sees 10m followers on Facebook

Al Jazeera Arabic, the most-watched Arab channel on TV, has become the first Arab news channel to reach 10 million followers on Facebook, said a top official. "The Arab viewer since 1996 has evolved from a TV viewer to someon

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Yahlive adds African channel to its platform

Yahlive, a UAE-based satellite broadcasting company, has added ‘Clouds TV International,’ an entertainment channel from Africa, to its platform. The new station joins Yahlive’s growing portfolio of channels broad

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DMI launches new service for Dubai Sports Premium

Dubai Media Incorporated (DMI), a leading media organisation and TV broadcaster in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region, has launched a new subscription OTT service for registered users, according to a report. The users

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Sony to slash TV, smartphone line-up to cut costs

Japan's loss-making Sony Corp plans to slash its TV and mobile phone product line-ups to cut costs, counting on multi-billion dollar revenue surges for its buoyant PlayStation 4 and image sensor businesses over the next three years.

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Sony to slash TV, smartphone line-up to cut costs

Japan's loss-making Sony Corp plans to slash its TV and mobile phone product line-ups to cut costs, counting on multi-billion dollar revenue surges for its buoyant PlayStation 4 and image sensor businesses over the next three years.

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Damac unveils global TV campaign for Akoya Oxygen

Leading luxury real estate developer Damac Properties has launched a world-wide TV advertising campaign for its 55 million-sq-ft Akoya Oxygen master development. The campaign has been shot on location in Dubai, UAE and Italy with

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