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Shakeup on Eutelsat: Several Channels Depart, Fox Drama Egypt Arrives

The lineup on Eutelsat satellites serving the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region is undergoing some changes, with several channels exiting the platform and one new arrival. Here’s a breakdown of the recent updates:


  • Noursat Al Chabab (Eutelsat 7 West A, 10815 H): Information regarding the specific content broadcasted by Noursat Al Chabab is limited. Its departure suggests a potential channel closure or a shift in broadcasting rights.
  • El Moled & Al Jamahiriya (Eutelsat 7 West A, 10873 V): These two channels also exited Eutelsat 7 West A. Details about their programming are unavailable, but their names hint at a possible focus on Arabic-language content, potentially news or entertainment-related.
  • WION (Eutelsat 7 West A, 11392 V): WION, a global news channel focusing on stories from South Asia and beyond, is no longer available on Eutelsat 7 West A. Viewers in the MENA region might need to seek alternative ways to access its content.
  • Fox Movies Egypt (Eutelsat 8 West B, 11678 V): This channel dedicated to Egyptian and potentially Arabic-language movies has ceased broadcasting on Eutelsat 8 West B.
  • Al Kalema TV (Eutelsat 8 West B, 11678 V & 12645 H): Al Kalema TV, which appeared twice on the update list with different transponders, is no longer available on either frequency on Eutelsat 8 West B.
  • Apple Drama (Eutelsat 8 West B, 12562 V): This channel, presumably focusing on drama series, has exited Eutelsat 8 West B.
  • Star Cinema 1 & 2 (Eutelsat 8 West B, 12562 V): These two channels, likely dedicated to movies, are no longer available on Eutelsat 8 West B.
  • Suboro TV (Eutelsat 8 West B, 12729 H): Suboro TV has also departed Eutelsat 8 West B.


  • Fox Drama Egypt (Eutelsat 8 West B, 11678 V): Amidst the departures, Fox Drama Egypt joins the lineup on Eutelsat 8 West B. This channel presumably offers Egyptian and potentially Arabic-language drama series.

Viewers Advised to Check Updates

These changes may not be reflected immediately on all satellite TV platforms in the MENA region. Viewers are encouraged to check for updates from their service providers to stay informed about the latest channel lineup.

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