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Yahlive adds 16 Exclusive Channels to its Arabian Maghreb Bouquet 

 

 

November 02, 2016:

In line with the commitment to bring relevant, tailored content to the Arabic and French speaking communities across the North African region, Yahlive has added 16 exclusive channels. The announcement sees the company triple its offerings in the region since last year, to 65 free-to-air channels, of which 57 are Algerian channels, targeting the Arabian Maghreb, 36 of which are exclusively available through Yahlive. 

Commenting on the new channels, Ammar Baranbo, Chief Operating Officer for Yahlive said: “Our business model focuses on delivering relevant channels to the communities that we serve. The Arabian Maghreb is a key focus for us and we are thrilled to have increased our channel offerings to these viewers within the last year. We look forward to sustaining the momentum and bringing more original, premium channels to viewers across this region.” 

In addition to Algerian channels, Yahlive offers an exciting line-up of popular TV entertainment and a variety of local channels including, Echourouk News, El Heddaf TV, Ennahar TV and much more. Viewers can also access premium international channels including France 24, BBC Arabic, Abu Dhabi TV, Abu Dhabi Drama, Abu Dhabi Sports 1 & 2, National Geographic Abu Dhabi and Fashion 4K. 

Baranbo added: “Building and maintaining long-lasting relationships with our broadcast partners is of utmost importance to us. The increase in the number and quality of channels available through our satellite network is also creating opportunities for regional broadcasters to bring international and regional content to the right audience. This is just one of many initiatives, as we seek to work with more broadcasters”

 

Broadcast partner, Sahli Media Group’s Chief Executive Officer, Samir Sahli, said: “Our partnership with Yahlive goes from strength to strength and is focused on delivering an excellent mix of content for viewers in this region. We work closely together to increase the available number of local and international premium TV channels.”