New sales of Orbit Showtime will offer up to 75 exclusive premium channels on one smart card on Nilesat offering a choice of first run movies, international sports, Western, Arabic, and Filipino entertainment from August 14.
Showtime Arabia and the Orbit Group of Companies today announced the merger of their pay-TV operations to form a new company.
The new company will offer over 70 exclusive channels featuring the widest choice of exclusive first run m
Showtime Arabia, a leading Pay-TV network in Mena region, has signed a five-year deal with MGM Worldwide Television bringing a bouquet of blockbusters to Showtime customers throughout the Middle East.
The agreement marks the firs
The first season of ‘Hydra Executives’, the brand new English reality-based series that will pit a team of eight American contenders against a group of eight British rivals, is set to debut on January 7, 2009.
The event is produced by All
Young Arab Leaders (YAL) and Showtime Arabia, the leading pay TV Network in the Middle East and North Africa, announced that five students have been selected for their media internship exchange program starting in June 2008.
The program, c
Showtime Arabia, the leading Pay-TV network in the Middle East and North Africa, is sponsoring the first Gulf Film Festival (GFF).
The event will be held in Dubai from April 13 to 18, 2008. The first initiative of its kind in the GCC will
A new research and analysis by the Arab Advisors Group (AAG) has revealed that the three main satellite pay TV operators in the region offer a total of 140 channels.
The Arab Television and Radio Network (ART) was the first pay TV provider
TNT Express has delivered 10 tonnes of Sony broadcasting equipment to Showtime Arabia, the leading Pay TV network in the Middle East & North Africa (MENA) region.
The world's leading B2B express delivery company achieved this in a reco
Pay TV giants Showtime and ART have clashed over the advertising of English Premier League football matches.
While it is the close-season for teams in the England, the two rival satellite operators have already kicked off hostilities for