Abu Dhabi Al Riyadiya 1 New Frequency On Nilesat 201 / Eutelsat 7 West A 7.3° W
Abu Dhabi TV (Arabic: قناة أبوظبي) is an Emirati television channel that was originally launched in 1969. It broadcasts from Abu Dhabi, capital of the United Arab Emirates and is owned by Abu Dhabi Media. Although it is a generic channel and not a 24-hour news network, Abu Dhabi TV is famous for its coverage of the 2003 Iraq War broadcast on Western news channels at the time.Abu Dhabi TV is managed by the United Arab Emirates’ largest media group, Abu Dhabi Media ADMC, the largest and most diversified media corporation in the Arab world, enjoys editorial and administrative independence while somewhat dependent on government and federal funding[according to whom?] through its previous attachment to the Ministry of Information and Culture since 1999 and current attachment to Abu Dhabi Media in which the ministry was scrapped in February 2006.
Abu Dhabi TV presents news bulletins every three hours. It produces nearly 60% of the programs that it broadcasts, including political, current affairs, cultural, entertainment, drama, and documentary features.[according to whom?] Abu Dhabi TV is broadcast throughout the Arab World, North America, Europe, South America, and Australia.The network is known throughout the Arab World for the popular show of Million’s Poet.
History and rebranding
Abu Dhabi Television started black and white broadcasts on 4 August 1969 and adopted the PAL format for color broadcasting on 4 December 1974; the station was only carried terrestrially in the United Arab Emirates for its first 23 years on the air. The Abu Dhabi TV satellite channel began regular broadcasts on 15 November 1992 on Arabsat A1; broadcasts were later transferred to Arabsat A2. The network also began to be carried through the entire Arabian Peninsula at that time.
The network was rebranded on 30 January 2000 as a service aimed at the Arabic-speaking diaspora. Under this format, the channel began carrying a wide range of news programmes, as well as entertainment programs catered to Arabic audiences; as a result, it began to become competitive against rival networks MBC and Dubai TV. One of the network’s most popular programmes was the game show Waznak Dahab; the programme premiered on 16 September 2002 and was canceled in early 2003 due to an invasion of Iraq by the United States, which resulted in the beginning of the Iraq War.
Abu Dhabi Al Riyadiya 1 New Frequency
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