MBC3 turns HD only on My-HD Media
- United Arab Emirates: Saturday, March 09 - 2013 at 10:26
- PRESS RELEASE
Building on its strategic partnership with MBC Group, My-HD Media, the secure and affordable television platform that offers a single viewing card solution for High Definition (HD) channels in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) regions, announced that MBC3, the leading kid's entertainment TV channel in the MENA region, will now be available in HD via its leading-edge platform starting from March 2013.
Commenting on the partnership, Cliff Nelson, My-HD Media CEO, said: "We are delighted to add MBC3 HD to our bouquet of HD offerings. The partnership with MBC Group has significantly developed over the months, and I am confident our HD platform will ultimately provide mutual benefit for both parties, through driving more subscribers to our platform and securing more MBC3 viewers but most importantly enhancing the quality of their viewing experience."
The new offering will allow subscribing viewers to enjoy MBC3's popular animation and LIVE series, movies and edutaining local productions in HD, making for an enjoyable viewing experience. The channel will be available in all 22 MENA countries.
"MBC Group traditionally pioneers the introduction of services that enrich audience experience, and such initiatives will continue," said Sam Barnett, MBC Group CEO. "The popularity of MBC3 among children of all ages will continue to grow as we broadcast their favourite programs in High-Definition."
Viewers who purchase My-HD Media's approved receivers or viewing cards will be able to enjoy MBC 1, MBC 2, MBC3, MBC 4, MBC Action, MBC Drama, MBC MAX, and Al Arabiya News Channel, for free, in High Definition available on Nilesat.
The My-HD platform is compatible with HD digital receivers from various brands such as Humax, NHE in Kuwait, Tru View and Dansat in Saudi Arabia and Tevicom in Morocco as well as Altech UEC and Linux which will soon launch in the region.
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