Articles tagged: Marianne Awaraji
A VIEWER’S LIFE TRANSFORMED: MAYA’S STORY
Mariannne Awaraji Daou, Arabic Audience Relations Manager, shares the story of a viewer whose life has been changed. We are telling “Maya’s” story here with her permission, and with her name changed to protect her identity.
GUIDING VIEWERS ON THEIR JOURNEY
As part of the digital transformation of SAT-7’s Arabic media, both our social media and our Audience Relations departments are making a vital shift. Once, both acted only as support functions for SAT-7’s satellite broadcasts. While they will continue to do this, they are now also becoming platforms for God’s love in their own right – platforms that interact seamlessly to support viewers on their journey.
SUPPORTING ISOLATED CHILDREN AND FAMILIES TO THRIVE
With schools closed and families isolated, SAT-7 is fast becoming a “one-stop shop” for children and parents needing support for their wellbeing. From encouragement and activities for children, to help with home education and parenting advice – the network is making the difference for families under pressure.
SAT-7 KIDS GUIDES CHILDREN ON COPING WITH STRESS OF PANDEMIC
As news and social media spread fear, children become affected by the stress of their parents. During this time SAT-7 KIDS is keen on spreading positivity through its programs to young viewers. The channel is empowering children by letting them know that they have a role to play in overcoming this disease.