New content on the way as Baraem TV celebrates 4th anniversary
Editor | 20-01-2013
In what it describes as an important day in the history of Arab children’s entertainment, Baraem TV has clocked up its fourth anniversary.
Introduced by Al Jazeera Children’s Channel (JCC) in January 2008 and broadcasting for 17 hours daily on Nilesat and Hotbird, Baraem TV is the first dedicated free to air pre-school channel for Arab children.
The channel says that since its inception it has kept its promise of providing its preschooler audience with “valuable and qualitative” whilst delivering “responsible content” that has” inspired generations in the Arab world.”
But looking forward, the channel says that the anniversary is just the start of its journey and that it has many more surprises planned for audiences including a new line-up of shows that will feature in-house and international productions.
Commented Haya bint Khalifa Al Nassr, Acting Executive General Manager said: “The recognition and trust of our viewers is a significant milestone for our vision and strategy. This encouragement keeps us motivated to continue engaging our audience through our programming with an assurance to parents that we will always provide responsible content.”