The Lusail-based Arab TV Network received recognition from the annual webby awards, which are awarded by the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences, as part of its 27th session. The Arab Television Network received this appreciation in the montage branch for a campaign to update the visual identity, as its management received a congratulatory letter from the award management, in which its director, Claire Graves, stressed “the importance of this achievement, as appreciation is granted only to 20% of the works nominated for the award.” On this occasion, Ali Al-Husseini, Director of Broadcast Operations and Creativity at the Arab Television Network, said: “This is a new achievement added to a series of awards that Arab TV has achieved since its inception. We work hard on all aspects of broadcasting Al-Araby and Al-Araby 2 channels, and we operate according to a strategy that puts the adoption of the latest technologies at the center of its interests, in a way that guarantees the provision of a high-quality media service to all viewers. The Arab Television Network has previously won a number of awards in many areas related to production and television broadcasting.
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