Sky News Arabia operates from its Abu Dhabi headquarters, which is a multi-platform news organization. The news is broadcast in Arabic through a free HD TV channel in high definition, in addition to providing its services through its website, and through mobile and smart applications and most social media platforms.
Sky News Arabia provides distinctive content and comprehensive coverage of the region and the world through an integrated network of more than 500 journalists and media professionals receiving support from a full technical team and from operational experts. The channel broadcasts its news to more than 50 million homes in HD and in SD format.
ubai Sports is a 24/7 sports channel based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The channel started in 1998 to be the home for sports news around the country and was awarded the privilege of showing different sports events locally and worldwide. It is one of the channels of Dubai Media Incorporated.
FARSI1 (فارسی ۱) is a satellite television station from Dubai, United Arab Emirates, providing Entertainment shows. Farsi 1 TV airs TV series from the United States, Latin America and Asia. Farsi1 was the first international free-to-air Persian language general entertainment channel based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Farsi1 was owned by 21st Century Fox and was operated by Broadcast Middle East, a MOBY Group company. The channel was managed by Sina Valiollah, who used to be a host and producer years back in Iran.
From 8 June 2013, Farsi1 was renewed with new (mostly American) shows (like Modern Family & White Collar) and from September 2014, Farsi1 was also airing Turkish TV series, like Adini Feriha Koydum, Seyit & Sura and Valley of the Wolves. In April 2014, the network announced that they would only be available through Yahsat and would be leaving Hotbird, which led to many angry fans outside of Iran. Farsi1 neglected the fans in Europe with this decision.
The channel closed on 31 December 2016.
Dubai TV is a TV channel offered by the Dubai Media Incorporated (DMI). It replaced Emirates Dubai Television on June 14, 2004. Dubai TV broadcasts programmes predominantly in Arabic.
The programming caters to family Arab audience specifically in the Arab World and is available in Australia, Europe, North America and the rest of Asia. A majority of its programming is produced locally in Dubai Media City. Dubai TV is a part of a four channel network owned by DMI.