Orbit Showtime smart card offers 75 channels
Dubai, August 13, 2009
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.
Existing customers will be able to maintain their current package and price or can upgrade to receive the wider choice of channels.
The sports channels bring a choice of sporting action from around the globe including the Barclays English Premier League 2009/10 season showing every game live and exclusive on ShowSports channels from August 15 as well as other major international live sports events from around the globe.
Other award winning series from the US and UK with first run hits include CSI, Desperate Housewives, Ugly Betty, True Blood, Lost, Sons Of Anarchy and more.
Comedy and talk shows including The Tonight Show and The Daily Show with Jon Stewart are available the same day as in the US.
A wide choice of Arabic premium entertainment is available exclusively on the Arabic drama series channel and MBC+ Drama as well as Arabic movie premieres on Al Shasha and Cinema 1 and 2.
The most watched exclusive Arabic talk shows are broadcast live from Cairo, Beirut and Kuwait on Al Youm and Al Safwah hosting famous stars, key figures in society and renowned decision makers.
Orbit Showtime has partnered with some of the top names world entertainment channels such as Discovery Channels, Travel, The History Channel, Disney Channel, Cartoon Network, Boomerang, Kids, JIMJAM, Animal Planet and National Geographic.
Major news networks on the Orbit Showtime offer include Sky News, Fox News, CNBC, ABC News, Euro News, France 24, C-Span and Orbit News 1 and 2. – TradeArabia News Service
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