Baraem TV, a subsidiary of Al Jazeera Children’s Channel (JCC) will be telecast, through Baraem Europe, to audiences across Central Europe.
Baraem TV is a free-to-air pre-school channel for Arab children providing preschoolers with dedicated and quality content to assist them in their discovery and developing process in their formative years.
As all shows are presently telecast at Mecca time, young audiences in central Europe, the company claims, have not reaped benefits from the shows owing to time differences.
Baraem Europe will essentially comprise of the same Baraem shows but will reportedly be broadcast hours after Mecca time to appear at the ‘right’ time for the audiences in Europe, through the same official satellite frequency.
Saad Al-Hudaifi, Acting Channels Director said, “JCC is a strategic child-centric channel that always considers its audiences’ needs, habits and aspirations as a key catalyst to its strategic plans. With this new feed, we will continue to inspire our audiences now at times best suited for them in North Africa and Europe as we do for our audiences in Doha and Saudi Arabia.”
The newly added feed will reportedly maintain the same programing grid as the current frequency.