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Posted On: 22 September 2012 07:55 pm
Updated On: 12 November 2020 02:12 pm

Al Jazeera Children’s Channel and Baraem TV launch its new programming grid for September

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Doha, September 22nd, 2012 Al Jazeera Children’s Channel (JCC), the leading Pan-Arab provider of edutainment TV content for children, has recently launched its new exciting grid of shows starting this September. The airing of the shows coincides with the start of new school semesters across the Arab world. JCC’s new offering of shows and episodes will entertain children, and compliment the skills and knowledge they acquire at school. On this occasion, Saad Al Hudaifi, Acting Director of Channels, said: “Our September (back to school) grid was carefully selected to cater students’ specific requirements with an entertainment twist. This is a season when kids need reflective time after school hours, and therefore we offered them a novel and rich content. The new JCC grid shows and programs are shorter but filled with more entertainment.” “We are fully aware of the fact that we are presenting a content for promising generations, and therefore, we seek to provide the children with unmatchable content that satisfies their passion for science and discovery,” added Al Hudaifi. JCC’s latest signature shows animations acquired from high end content producers on the international map will add a new twist to the channel’s new grid, the high tech innovative animation series will help children gain a greater appreciation and deeper understanding of different cosmopolitan places in the world, people and species that inhabit them. Garfield comes fresh this season onscreen; the show is a fun filled family companion in laughter time. The Rekkit Rabbit helps instill virtuous values in children, while Contraptus will provide opportunities to spark their learning, contribute to their vocabulary development and scientific curiosity at school. The daily live show “Allo Marhaba” comes in a fresh season to connect children on the line with their most loved puppet “Anbar” and JCC’s enthusiast presenters, let alone the rerun of Addarb specials, JCC iconic game show that sheered children from all over the Arab world for many seasons. In addition will re-introduce the comedy filled chronicles of Shams and Rami and the capturing puppetry show Uncle Mosleh’s Tales. Baraem TV is no far from the fresh seasonal offering. The Mooh Brothers will tell youngsters the story of the two cow brothers Barton and Milton Mooh. The Mooh Brothers brings important and fun lessons on green environment and inspires young children on important family values.