Coronavirus in Egypt and the day WhatsApp caught fire
SAT-7 Egypt journalist Mary Joseph describes how the arrival of Coronavirus set light to social media and how SAT-7’s voice is being heard above the clamour while the country’s houses of worship are silenced.
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.
learning from middle east Christians on faith amid fear
As countries battle to contain the coronavirus pandemic, Christians around the world are processing what it means to have faith in this new reality. As part of SAT-7’s efforts to be a spiritual lifeline at this time, Lebanese Christian leaders spoke on a live show on 20 March, sharing encouragement relevant not only for SAT-7 ARABIC viewers, but for believers everywhere who may be dealing with fear and anxiety.
SAT-7 ACADEMY GIVES VITAL HEALTH ADVICE AMID COVID-19 CRISIS
As a trusted source of information in the Middle East, SAT-7 ACADEMY now offers lifesaving advice amid the coronavirus pandemic. With an engaging approach to providing public health information, the social development brand’s new series of Expert Advice shorts and social media tips are helping viewers slow the spread of the virus.
SAT-7 PARS – KEEPING HOPE ALIVE AT NOWRUZ
Friday, 20 March marks the first day of spring, and millions of people will celebrate Nowruz, the Persian New Year. As the global pandemic casts a shadow on festivities, SAT-7 PARS supports and encourages its viewers to look forward to a ‘new day’ through special programming and live episodes.
SAT-7 KIDS IS LIFELINE FOR CHILDREN DURING LOCKDOWN
As the coronavirus pandemic forces churches and schools in the Middle East to close their doors, SAT-7 KIDS’ live shows – which the channel is prioritising – and social media presence are a source of hope, support, and health information for Arabic-speaking children and their parents across the region.
SAT-7 prioritises live programs to support viewers as Coronavirus causes global lockdown
“We are making every effort to ensure our live programs continue, our Audience Relations teams can respond to our viewers and that whatever happens over the coming weeks and months, SAT-7 will continue its ministry,” shares Rita El-Mounayer, SAT-7 CEO as the world awakens to the continuing challenge of the coronavirus.
SURPRISE SAT-7 VISITS SHOW KIDS LOVE “FROM ALL OUR HEARTS”
Prior to the new warnings and restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic, SAT-7 KIDS and SAT-7 ACADEMY in Lebanon trialled an initiative called From all our hearts as a new way to show love to children. The team visited young viewers at home – bringing joy, hearing their stories and needs, and leaving gifts that will help the children grow in faith.