Wanasah

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Wanasah
وناسة
LaunchedJuly 3, 2007
NetworkMiddle East Broadcasting Center
Owned byRashed Al-Majed
Picture formatSDTV
Broadcast areaMiddle East
HeadquartersUnited Arab Emirates
Sister channel(s)MBC 1
MBC 2
MBC 3
MBC 4
MBC Drama
MBC Action
MBC Max
MBC Persia
Al Arabiya
MBC Bollywood
Availability
Satellite
Badr-7
(Persian Gulf & Levant)
  • Orbital Position: 26° east
  • Frequency: 11.270 MHz
  • Polarization: Vertical
  • Symbol Rate: 27500 Symb
  • FEC: 5/6
  • Modulation : DVB-S, QPSK
Badr-5
(Maghreb)
  • Orbital Position: 26° east
  • Frequency: 12.284 MHz
  • Polarization: Vertical
  • Symbol Rate: 27500 Symb
  • FEC: 5/6
  • Modulation : DVB-S, QPSK
Eutelsat 7WA
(Maghreb)
  • Orbital Position: 7.3° west
  • Frequency: 11.559 MHz
  • Polarization: Vertical
  • Symbol Rate: 27500 Symb
  • FEC: 5/6
  • Modulation : DVB-S, QPSK

Wanasah (Arabic: وناسة‎) is a free-to-air satellite TV channel that screens music videos and programs and other variety programs. The channel is run by the MBC Group, one of the leading media groups in the Middle East, and is owned by Rashed Al-Majed, one of the most successful Arab superstars.[1][2] Programs are in the Arabic language. It is available in the Middle East and the Horn of Africa by satellites BADR4 and Nilesat 102. It launched on July 3, 2007 with a live broadcast concert.[2] The channel is aimed mainly at young audiences.[1][2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Wanasah TV hits the airwaves on July 3rd". Zawya.com. Retrieved 2007-07-05.
  2. ^ a b c "Wanasah TV to hit the airwaves on Tuesday". ArabianBusiness.com. Archived from the original on 2007-09-28. Retrieved 2007-07-05.

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