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TV channels from Lebanon
Channel NameLive?Information
.Al HiwarLiveAl Hiwar is a news TV channel. It pretents to be the voice of the Arabs in the Diaspora and a bridge of communication between the Arabs and the rest of the peoples and cultures, and a platform to promote the values ??of tolerance, democracy and respect for human rights and freedoms.
.Al ManarLiveAl-Manar is a Lebanese satellite television station based in Beirut. The channel was founded in 1991. It has an offering high production news, commentary, and entertainment. The slogan of the TV channel is: A Flame that will not be Extinguished.
.Al MayadeenLiveAl mayadeen was founded in 2012. The channel aims at reducing the influence of the Al Jazeera and Al Arabiya. It covers the news with daily news reports and many distinct programs.
.Al Quds al ArabiLiveAl Quds al Arabi News TV channel. The chann is dealing with the Palestinian issue and is licensed in London and has offices in Gaza Strip, the West Bank, Beirut and Damascus. Its mission is to highlight the importance of Palestine and Jerusalem for the Arab and Islamic nation and its centrality.
.Future TV NewsLiveFuture TV News is a general TV channel with news and informative programming. It is a Lebanese owned and operated company that was founded in 1993. Future Television was the first Lebanese Television company to establish a presence on the World Wide Web in March 1996.
.LBC DramaLiveLBC International or The Lebanese Broadcasting Corporation International is a privatly owned television station. LBC is base din Ghazir. The channel provides mainly Arabic TV series.
.LBCILiveLBCI or Lebanese Broadcasting Corporation International, is the first privatly owned television station in Lebanon. LBCI was founded in 1992. LBCI offers mainly populair shows, entertainment and TV series.
.TV CharityLiveTV Charity is a Christian TV channel based in Keserwan that serves as an apostolate of the Lebanese Maronite Missionaries. Main show topics include theology, bioethics, education, social issues, daily Church news and intercultural exchange. Charity TV also offers shows for entertainment, and special programs for children and teens.
Lebanon Broadcast info (source - CIA World Factbook):
7 TV stations, 1 of which is state-owned; more than 30 radio stations, 1 of which is state-owned; satellite and cable TV services available; transmissions of at least 2 international broadcasters are accessible through partner stations (2007)
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