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SYRIAN REFUGEES TO GET NEW EDUCATIONAL TV CHANNEL
Millions of children who have been displaced by the conflict in Syria are facing a bleak future because of missing out on schooling. From this summer, SAT-7 ACADEMY, a new educational TV channel from SAT-7 will bring hope to these children, and to millions more out-of-school kids across the Middle East and North Africa.
STANDING WITH CHRISTIANS AFTER CAIRO BOMBING
SAT-7 viewers were shocked and some directly affected by the bomb blast that claimed the lives of 25 people in a church adjacent to Cairo’s main Coptic Cathedral on Sunday morning (11 December 2016).
NEW SURVEY SHOWS RECORD NUMBER OF SAT-7 VIEWERS
SAT-7, the leading Christian television broadcaster in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), is announcing record viewership numbers for its Arabic-language channels. With 21.5 million viewers, its audience has increased by 76 percent in the past five years.
GIRL WHO FORGAVE ISIS CANNOT WAIT TO GO HOME
Almost two years after a SAT-7 interview with a ten-year-old displaced Iraqi girl went viral on the internet; the same girl told the channel she cannot wait to go home to Qaraqosh when the liberation of the Mosul area is completed.
MIDDLE EAST’S LARGEST CHRISTIAN TV NETWORK CELEBRATES 20 YEARS ON-AIR
From broadcasting two hours to 840 each week; from one channel to five; from one to three languages; all achieved in just 20 years. SAT-7’s first Arabic program aired on 31 May 1996 to millions across the Middle East and North Africa. SAT-7 will celebrate this milestone with a special event in Egypt.