Al-Mayadeen Media Network is an independent Arab satellite news channel, launched on June 11, 2012, and based in Beirut, Lebanon. Despite Omar Al-Mayadeen Palace, it has actually become one of the most important and influential Arab channels.
Indeed, it has become the first news channel in more than one Arab country because of its professional commitment and balance in work, which made it an area of convergence, dialogue and interaction.
Nourset is a satellite television from Beirut, Lebanon, providing Christian Religious shows. As the flagship station of the Télé Lumière network, Nourset produces and airs Arabic language Christian educational, evangelical and music shows for Christian viewers in Lebanon and around the world.
Noursat Network is the first and only Christian television in Lebanon and the Middle East. It was founded in 1990 to be a non-profit organization that has an ecumenical mission to promote the principles of justice, love, freedom and human rights.
Al Jadeed (قنـــاة الجـــديـــد) is a satellite television station in Beirut, Lebanon, providing Entertainment and News shows. was established in 1992.
Al Jadeed It was forcibly closed in 1997 due to Syrian interference and government repression, and then it was re-launched on October 2, 2001 during a luxurious celebration attended by prominent figures at the Sheraton Coral Beach Hotel.
Al Jadeed succeeded in gaining a high percentage of viewers, and this is the result of being a platform for freedom as well as for adopting a strategy to satisfy the wishes of the audience by being a mirror that reflects his opinion.
Al Jadeed programs focused on news and current events, while spreading social values and the aspirations of