Noor-Sat to air Bahrain Bouquet
Manama, June 4, 2012
Bahrain's Information Affairs Authority (IAA) has signed an agreement with Noor-Sat to broadcast Bahrain Bouquet on the satellite from this month.
IAA president Shaikh Fawaz bin Mohammed Al Khalifa said it will help increase the number of viewers of Bahrain TV and highlighted Noor-Sat's reputation.
Shaikh Fawaz said the IAA will continue implementing its plans and programmes to provide distinguished services for viewers, using latest technology.
Noor-sat chairman Omar Shoter Shoter praised Shaikh Fawaz for his efforts to upgrade the media sector and the IAA's achievements.
Noor-Sat satellites are transmitting more than 200 TV and radio channels that serve millions of viewers in East Asia, the Middle East, North Africa and parts of Europe. – TradeArabia News Service
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