Al Jazeera Balcanes ( AJB ) is an international television news station. It broadcasts from Sarajevo , Bosnia and Herzegovina , directed to the public located in the countries of the former RFS Yugoslavia .
It is part of the Al Jazeera media network. The television channel broadcasts in Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian 20 hours daily. It broadcasts Al Jazeera programs in English with subtitles the rest of the day.
The station broadcasts news, analysis and events as well as documentaries, live debates, current affairs, business, technology, and sports highlights.The network serves viewers in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, and Slovenia.
Al Jazeera English is an independent news organization funded in part by the Qatari government. In 2006 Al Jazeera Satellite Network was changed to a public utility, private corporation by a public memorandum and articles of association in accordance with the provisions of (Qatar) Law No. 21 of 2006, and was re-named “Al Jazeera Media Network”.
Reaching more than 270 million households in over 140 countries across the globe, our viewers trust Al Jazeera English to keep them informed, inspired, and entertained.
Al Jazeera Arabic (Arabic: الجزيرة, romanized: al-jazīrah, IPA: [æl (d)ʒæˈziːrɑ], literally "The Island", though referring to the Arabian Peninsula in context) is a Qatari state-funded broadcaster in Doha, Qatar, owned by the Al Jazeera Media Network.
Initially launched as an Arabic news and current affairs satellite TV channel, Al Jazeera has since expanded into a network with several outlets, including the internet and specialty television channels in multiple languages.
Al Jazeera Mubasher is the first channel in the Arab world to broadcast news the moment it occurs 24 hours a day. The channel was launched in April 2005 as a window to the Arab world, and provides viewers with vivid images of what is happening regionally and internationally.
The channel provides its audience with the latest political, social and economic developments through its cameras that roam the ends of the earth to broadcast seminars, press conferences, discussions and meetings.
And whenever you want to follow the event as soon as it happens, Al Jazeera Direct will undoubtedly be your first destination.
Baraem TV (براعم) is a satellite television station from Doha, Qatar. providing Children's Educational shows. As part of Al Jazeera Children's Channel (JCC), Baraem TV produces and airs Arab educational entertainment shows for children and their family.
Baraem (Arabic: براعم) (meaning: buds) is a Qatari pay television channel aimed at kids. The channel caters for children between the ages of 3 and 6 years old, presenting programs specifically tailored for this age-group. It was launched on 16 January 2009, and broadcasts 17 hours daily. It is no longer free to view on Hot Bird. JEEM Europe and Baraem Europe left Hot Bird in June 2018. Programming for older children is broadcast on sister channel JeemTV.
Al Kass 4 Sports Channels is a group of eight sports channels that are broadcast 24/7 from Qatar. Its official name is Al Dawri wal Kass (Arabic:قناة الدوري والكأس), which means The League and the Cup in Arabic, since it was initially launched to broadcast domestic football in Qatar.
The eight channels of Al-Kass are numbered from one to eight. Starting from 2013, four of its eight channels (Al-Kass 3/6/7/8) are encrypted with beIN Channels Network Qatari pay-tv network and these encrypted channels are specified to broadcasting matches of AFC Champions League and AFC Cup.
Qatar Television, (Arabic: تلفزيون قَطَر); abbreviated as Qatar TV or QTV), is a Qatar Government owned public service national television channel in Qatar which is owned and run by Qatar General Broadcasting and Television Corporation.
The channel broadcasts various programmes including news, economical bulletins, documentaries, religious programmes and entertainment. Launched in August 1970, QTV was the first television network to produce and transmit its own programmes in the country.
Programmes were aired every day for three to four hours with a 50 kW transmitter. In 1974, it began transmitting color broadcasts. It had a monopoly on television audience until 1993, when Qatar Cablevision began broadcasting satellite channels. Despite the broadening of television offerings, Qatar TV remains popular amongst locals.