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History [ ] In 1994, BBC Arabic Television was launched by Rome-based owned by 's cousin, Prince and a subsidiary of the Saudi Arabian Funding [ ] BBC Arabic Television is run by the
, BBC, June 22, 2011 External links [ ]

Ian Richardson, 2018-03-24 at the , first published in The Independent and Al-Quds Al-Arabi, April 1997.

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Many of the staff who worked for the original BBC Arabic Television service went on to work for television, now one of BBC Arabic Television's main competitors
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BBC news bulletins of either 30 or 60 minutes in duration are broadcast throughout the day, covering stories by journalists and correspondents around the world
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Plans to relaunch the channel were announced in October 2005 and broadcasting was to start in Autumn 2007, but was delayed until 2008
It is run by the BBC World Service and funded from the British television licence fee Initially it was funded from a from the British but in 2014 funding was switched to come from the that is mainly used to fund the BBC's domestic broadcasting
It is run by the BBC World Service and funded from the British television licence fee Other daily programmes are Nuqtat Hewar 16:06 GMT, a phone-in programme , and 15:00 GMT, looking at the news agenda from a social media perspective

Service [ ] BBC Arabic can also be seen via.

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Initially broadcasting for 12 hours a day, 24-hour programming began on 19 January 2009
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On 21 April 1996, it was "pulled off the air" following an episode of that was critical of the government
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Newshour, an hour-long news bulletin is broadcast every evening at 18:00 GMT
The channel eventually relaunched at 0956 on 11 March 2008, with the first news bulletin airing at the top of the hour at 1000 The service is based in the Peel Wing of in London
Ian Richardson, who set up the news department during that time blamed the short life of the channel on a clash with the owners over content BBC Arabic Television is a television news channel broadcast to the Middle East by the BBC

In 2011, as the cut funding to the BBC, forcing the to close down its services in five languages, the government simultaneously increased funding to the BBC Arabic service, in the words of , to "assist the BBC Arabic Service to continue their valuable work in ".

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The channel broadcasts 24 hours a day, showing live news programmes mixed with current affairs programmes, documentaries and occasional light entertainment
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It was launched at 0956 GMT on 11 March 2008
BBC News Arabic
It was launched on 11 March 2008