du to offer Al Aan TV HD on Arabsat satellite

Al Aan TV looks forward to expanding services across the region
Hany Aly, executive vice president of Enterprise Business, du with Rania Sayah, head of the news department at Al Aan TV
Hany Aly, executive vice president of Enterprise Business, du with Rania Sayah, head of the news department at Al Aan TV

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du has partnered with Al Aan TV at CABSAT 2018 to add its main channel on the Arabsat satellite in HD. du is currently broadcasting the SD version of Al Aan TV on 7W orbital position and Jawna TV on Arabsat.

Hany Aly, executive vice president of Enterprise Business, du, said: “This new partnership with Al Aan TV showcases du’s extensive broadcast services expertise and bears testament to our commitment to innovating and working with various partners to create and deliver solutions which optimise the end-user experience.”

He added: “We have emerged as the largest platform for DTH services in the region, and this has enabled us to offer free to air high definition in the most popular orbital positions in the MENA region. We are pleased to be partnering with Al Aan TV to enhance the quality of their experience for their viewers in the Middle East, North Africa and Europe.”

“We are pleased to announce that we have chosen du to offer our new HD channel on Arabsat Satellite. du has been a long standing partner of ours and we look forward to expanding our services across the region, whilst further enriching the lives and viewership experience of our viewers,” said Rania Sayah, head of the news department at Al Aan TV.

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