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.Al Aan TV (Arabic)LiveAl Aan TV is a satellite TV station based in Dubai. It provides News and Entertainment programs focusing on the younger Arab Women.
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.Al Arabiya (Arabic)
LiveArabic news channel from Dubai. Al Arabiya based in Dubai Media City, United Arab Emirates and is partly owned by MBC. The channel was founded in 2003.
.CAM: Makkah (-)LiveMakkah or Mecca Live offers multiple webcam views located in the heart of Makkah. Makkah (the birthplace of Muhammad), is a city in the Hejaz and is the capital of Makkah Province in Saudi Arabia.
.CNBC Arabia (Arabic)LiveCNBC Arabia is a 24/7 TV channel covering live economical and financial news including Stock-Exchange business updates. The channel was launched in 2003 and is a franchisee of Middle East Business News. Its headquarters is based in Dubai.
.Dubai One (English)LiveDubai One TV (launched in 2004) is a government (Dubai Media Incorporated) operated TV channel. The channel offers mainly entertaiment and movies.
.Huda TV (Arabic)LiveHuda is a satellit TV channel with a focus on lifestyle and human topics. It is commitment to the message of Islam. The Islamically themed programs and conventional programs suites all members of the family and all age groups.
.Rotana Cinema (Arabic)LiveRotana Cinema is a free to air satellite television channel that is owned by Rotana Group network. The channel was launched in 2005. The headquarter is based in Dubai. Rotana Cinema broadcasts premium production films ranging from golden oldies to the latest blockbusters that have never been broadcast on TV.
.Sharjah TV (Arabic)LiveSharjah TV is a channel that is committed and responsible. It was established in 1989 in order to be a beacon of culture and thought, literature and values ??inherent in the community of the UAE and the region.
Un. Arab Em. Broadcast info (source - CIA World Factbook):
except for the many organizations now operating in Dubai's Media Free Zone, most TV and radio stations remain government-owned; widespread use of satellite dishes provides access to pan-Arab and other international broadcasts (2007)
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