Studio El Fan

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Studio El Fan
Created by Simon Asmar
Country of origin  Lebanon
Camera setup Multiple-camera setup
Running time 100 minutes (with commercials)
Original network

Télé Liban (1972-1981) Lebanese Broadcasting Corporation (1988-2004)

Murr Television (2009-Present)
Picture format 4:3 SDTV
Original release 1972 – present
External links

Studio El Fan (Arabic: ستوديو الفن‎) was a Lebanese talent show broadcast on Télé Liban during the 1970s, and early 1980s, and Lebanese Broadcasting Corporation during the late 1980s, 1990s and early 2000s in Lebanon and throughout the Arab world. Like the Olympics, the show ran every four years for an entire calendar year. Contestants from all over Lebanon competed. The best contestants in the different singing categories were awarded gold, silver or bronze medals. In 1988, the show was bought by the Lebanese Broadcasting Corporation. In 2009, the show was bought again by Murr Television, and the show is currently airing with a whole new format.

Past Contestants[edit]

Created by Alfred Barakat and Simon Asmar, the show hosted many of today's Lebanese and Arab stars, such as;

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