It has started on Arabsat and Nilesat too.
Zee Arabia launched on 9/11/2005 @ 00.00 hrs FTA on - 12647 H
tp INHC3 - SR 27500 - FEC 3/4
Promising content for youth aged 15 - 30 full programming will start in few days. Also will include Arabic Music along with Hindi & English.
It has started on Arabsat and Nilesat too.
Yes you are right.
Zee launches Zee Arabiya, commits Rs 1.2 billion investment
(9 November 2005 7:00 pm)
MUMBAI: Zee Telefilms today launched Zee Arabiya, a music and lifestyle channel for the youth in the Arab region. This is the first of a bouquet of customised channels Zee plans to come up with in the Middle East. Zee's commitment to this region will be phased in investments of over AED 105 million within the region
Speaking to Indiantelevision.com, Real Media managing director and CEO Yogesh Radhakrishnan says Zee is committed to invest around Rs 1.2 billion in the region within a year. A 60-member team is in place and Zee is setting up a complete production infrastructure in Dubai.
The free-to-air multi-language channel will be telecast across three satellites, via Nilesat, Arabsat and NSS. The channel will be available on the basic packages of E-Vision and Pehla platform.
"It will be a unique and highly interactive channel. We will have local VJs. Our content will be in Arabish, a combination of Arabic and English," says Radhakrishnan.
The channel has been designed for an unconventional new youth, music and lifestyle channel, which will cater to the region’s 'international’ yuppies and music lovers in English, Arabic, and other Asian multi-cultural programming mix.
The channel will be accessible to two million subscribers of Dishtv, the direct-to-home (DTH) platform within India, becoming the first to showcase Arabic music and lifestyle to the millions of Asian homes across the globe.
According to an official release, the channel will also be the first to create entertainment software for the target audience. The programming will feature non-stop music blocks, interactive and SMS request shows, interviews with celebrities, entertainment news and vignettes that cover a wide spectrum of topics such as fashion, cars, holiday getaways, extreme spots, gaming, fitness, reality shows, upcoming concerts and much more.
“We expect that the biggest benefit to the viewer will be the localised content. Today, there is no television software within the region that allows Westerners, Arabs and Asians to share a platform for showcasing talent. Zee Arabiya’s 24-hour programming content will become the foundation for sharing views and perspectives across the region and beyond,” says Radhakrishnan.
"We are talking of people who equally appreciate Elissa, Mariam Faras, Googosh, Limp Bizkit, 50 Cents and Black Eyed Peas along with Pandit Ravi Shankar in the Woodstock milieu, Hisham Abbas, DJ Ravin, Beyonce, Robbie Williams, Shakira, Raghav, Amr Diab and Norah Jones - we will be catering to this growing segment with Zee Arabiya," he adds.
The channel has already received huge response from advertisers targeting youth from various companies in the FMCG, automobile and banking industries, states the official release.
well its gud bt i think some pakistani should have doen it alont ago bt all pakistanis r dead now from heart and mind we r part of west asia, faris, and arabia.. bt i see india is doing alot.... even pakistanis donht do much about farci and urdu as much india does.. its a sham for all pakistanis... God has gevn them such a beautiful country and every thing and its been 60 yers and they have doen nothing.......
Why people post such messages and say shame to a specific nation
pls pls stop posting such threads
India is far much advanced country in terms of telecommunication and media, more than 100 satellite channels of india as compared to about 15 channels of pakistan
but it is not a matter of shame for a country or a nation
Pls try to understand
Yes you are right its no point trying to pin point national interest by the number of channels provided for its nationals.
Every country has its own priorities of which satellite channels can be one of the least unless private owners like Zee TV which is owned by Subhash Chandra who is Singaporean national and look at the revenue earned after its launch in 1992-93 onwards with the worldwide fame of its programming and Asians around the world who want to watch the channels. Advertising also plays a big role with investments in media and communications reach to the viewers.
Please refrain from such comments about nations cause it does not help determine a countries capabilities. I am Indian but been to Pakistan several times almost 3 times a year atleast but i don't see any reason to blame them with the these non viable reasons.
Anyways enjoy & Cheers !
Ary bahi kia ap chahty hain kay hum pakistani bhee india kee thran nangay ho jayen yar kuch to socho tum muslman ho ya to enjoy karoo or ya phir go to www.alhudapk.com study karoo so den uwill feel what u all require to do? think about baheoo think about apnay mulk ka nam yar bahi esay to nahee karty please please
Sorry agar ap main koi khfa ho to
Oh! another country war!Originally Posted by Rizi
I don't understand, why Mr. Rizi called India as nanga?Code:Ary bahi kia ap chahty hain kay hum pakystani bhee india kee thran nangay ho jayen
Yes, Mr. nightrider083 is 100% right. India is doing a lot for Udru and Arabic and if you like the channels, watch them. If you don't, just shut up your mouth . Don't call any country as "Nanga" . You know what I mean .
If you love your "mulk" that much, say some good words about your mulk. Don't call others "Nanga". The above post clearly shows your poorness.
its been 60 yers now when we will start working on every thing and WE R NOT LIKE INDIA AT ALL THEY JUST CAN UNDERSTAND URDU AND CHANGE THERE LANUAGE HINDI LIL BIT LIKE URDU, B/C THEY FEEL GUD OR MODREN SPEAKING URDU... U PPL IN PAKISTAN JUST DONT KNOW IT,
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