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LANA plus tv syria

LANA plus tv syria  s forme in 1960, when Syria? and Egypt (which adopted television that same year) w ? moreover part of the United Arab Republic. It broadcast in black and white until 1976. and 1985 a second channel wf established ? and in 1995 Syrian television rented a ? during channel on Arabsat and it starte broadcasting eight hours? since daily via satellite in 1996. One of the most important media coverage of Syrian television i? further the قسم الأخبار المصورة news center – syriannewscenter? and in Syrian television, which played a? since major role in covering Syrian events through ? further of correspondents who worked from different Syrian governorates. The most prominent of its directors was Habib Salman, who was the director of the news center 2016, and Waseem Suleiman وسيم سليمان director of the news center syriannewscenter 2015 until 2017

LANA plus tv syria

Syrian channels are mostly owned and controlled by the Syrian Arab Television and Radio Broadcasting Commission (SATRBC) which is connected to the Ministry of Information. It has 4,800 staff; both government employees and freelancers.

Since the start of the Syrian Civil War in 2011, the state has been engaging in a “media war” to combat the criticisms broadcast from other popular media outlets viewed in the Arab World and internationally, such as Al Arabiya and Al Jazeera. Syrian television coverage champions the government against rebel forces such as Al-Nusra FrontFree Syrian Army and the Islamic Front. According to BBC Arabic, it also tends to omit or downplay reports of civilian casualties in its coverage of confrontations with “terrorist” groups.[1] The Arab League officially asked the satellite operators Arabsat and Nilesat to stop broadcasting Syrian media in June 2012.[2][3] On April 27, 2013, Al Jazeera Media Network announced that it was suspending indefinitely its activities throughout Syria because of alleged intimidation and threats against its staff.