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Alternate Name:Middle East Broadcasting Corporation
Phone:971 4 3919999
Fax:971 4 3919900
Khaled Allukman is hoping to show off his risky moves on the next edition of the hugely popular television show
Broadcaster's chairman reveals ambitions following launch of coverage of Saudi Arabia's football league
Chairman says Dubai is still the best launch-pad for media broadcasters in region dominated by censorship
Saudi-owned MBC TV network said decision was “to avoid influencing” Egyptian voters during presidential elections next month
Lobbyist group lambasts Middle East broadcaster for use of Nazi dictator to promote movie roster
Dubai broadcaster says it will launch three new frequencies across Arab world
'The Doctors’ to open a clinic in May, celebrity surgeons will be based in US
TV network launches investigation into how unedited version of Into The Wild was shown
The ten year-old series will give young Arabs the chance to show off their talent
Ali Mustafa's mini-series Classified will be screened online from September 28
Auditions for popular TV show set to begin after Ramadan in key Arab cities
Arab world's first free-to-air broadcaster signs agreement with Technosat to offer new services in July
'If pay-tv was sustainable, would Showtime and Orbit have amalgamated together?' - Tim Riordan.
Free-to-air TV channel buys rights to more major films, including latest Star Trek.
Free to air TV network targets GCC's large sub continent audience with new agreement.
Dubai-based broadcaster MBC set to benefit from IP network spanning Middle East, Europe, Africa and North America
Agreement will see top TV shows broadcast by MBC at the same time as in the US.
Kuwaiti production firm Beyond Dreams and Saudi-owned MBC Group have teamed up to produce an Arabic film titled The Circle, scripted by Masood Amralla Al Ali and directed by Nawaf Al Janahi.
TV company launches new Turkish dramas, with more in the pipeline despite protest.
Saudi-backed media conglomerate MBC Group has engaged the services of Marquis Broadcast’s Consultancy Division to advise it on a number of new technology projects including technology evaluations and process audits.
The Middle East Broadcasting Corporation’s Arabic language children’s channel, MBC3, is to broadcast 24 hours a day from June 15.
The Middle East Broadcast Corporation has announced it is to extend its networked Pinnacle products for graphics production, editing and master control in its Dubai headquarters.
The Middle East Broadcasting Corporation unveil new base in Dubai Media City.
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