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The Launch of beIN Sports News Channel Dedicated to the World Cup

  • Publish date: Tuesday، 15 November 2022
The Launch of beIN Sports News Channel Dedicated to the World Cup
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/beIN /Media Group announced the launch of its new sports news channel at midday on November 11 (11/11) 11 years after its first-ever broadcast.

The leading channel in the Middle East and North Africa for sports news will be broadcast from a new and modern studio, in the heart of Doha, to coincide with the start of the World Cup.

The Arabic-speaking channel will witness a new start in terms of form and content, starting with the new slogan that reflects its approach to news coverage: "The first source for the last news", to a group of new exclusive programs specially produced for the channel, in addition to more than 40 correspondents for news coverage in Various countries of the world, and a distinguished elite of program presenters, and an update of digital channels, to make them easier to browse for millions of followers.

The channel will also provide hourly live newscasts, along with continuous analysis and featured content in HD, and as part of its goal to enable and expand access and inclusion for all, its evening bulletin will be released at 8pm in sign language.

/beIN SPORTS/ is the official broadcaster of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 in the Middle East and North Africa, so the content of the news channel during this period will focus on news related to the tournament. After the end of the event on December 18, the content will become more diverse to include the entire world of sports, allowing viewers to catch up on 24/7 newscasts, sports analysis, and other exciting channel content.

In the run-up to and during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, from 11 November to 18 December, the content offered will include a wide range of programs as follows:

Dedicated World Cup newsletters covering all developments and breaking news, with live coverage of the tournament, including teams' training, footage from fan zones, live coverage from team hotels, and much more.

The channel will also provide programs broadcast throughout the day, the most important of which is: “here's Qatar”, a three-hour morning program that reviews all the events of the previous night, allowing viewers to find out what they may have missed.

"Numbers from the World Cup:" a program that takes a detailed look at the impressive statistics and records of players, teams, and matches.

"I am the World Cup": a program that looks at the World Cup from the point of view of fans.

 “Doha Time”: a program that reviews the traditions and culture of Qatar, including tourist areas, interesting facts, and more.

In addition to continuous coverage on social networking sites through the pages of the beIN SPORTS news network, to keep followers informed of the latest developments.