beIN launches Arabic DreamWorks Channel in MENA

DreamWorks Channel features exclusive around-the-clock DreamWorks Animation content
The channel will bring a range of kids'entertainment, including The Adventures of Puss in Boots.
The channel will bring a range of kids'entertainment, including The Adventures of Puss in Boots.


 beIN Network has formed a partnership with DreamWorks Animation, the well-known US-based cartoon production company.

DreamWorks Channels join the beIN package in the Middle East and North Africa.

The 24-hour channel will be launched on August 1 2016 exclusively in Arabic. Viewers may also watch the channel in English. This channel is a great enhancement to beIN entertainment packages and will boost its current position as a leading media group in the region for sports, entertainment and children.

The new channel will help expand DreamWorks outside the Asia Pacific region in which it was launched on July 2015 for the first time.

The initial programming line-up will include DreamWork’s signature series Dragons: Race to the Edge, from the critically acclaimed How to Train Your Dragon franchise, and Dinotrux, DreamWork’s first original series that welcomes viewers to a world of giant creatures that are half dinosaur and half construction vehicle.

Additional series that will launch on the new channel include familiar characters from the beloved DreamWork feature series including award-winning All Hail King Julien, The Adventures of Puss in Boots, and Dawn of the Croods. The channel will also present a daily morning preschool block, featuring such favorites as Guess with Jess, Roary the Racing Car and Little Red Tractor.

Yousef Mohammed Al-Obaidly, executive vice president of beIN MEDIA Group said: “DreamWorks will be launched for the first time in the Middle East and North Africa.

“We are glad to cooperate with DreamWorks and support in spreading the content of this channel in the Middle East and North Africa for the first time in Arabic to our subscribers and exclusively on beIN bouquets," he added. "We seek to meet the needs of our large audience of children in the region and our goal is to provide educational and entertaining services to children and families through our designated channels. We are preparing for more partnership with the DreamWorks”

Eric Ellenbogen, co-head, International TV for DreamWorks Animation, said: "DreamWorks Animation is pleased to join beIN Media Group. beIN Media Group is bringing many of our popular original series together in one amazing place for families in the Middle East and North Africa region to enjoy whenever they want.”


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