ECTV Network Limited and Ooredoo have announced the official launch of the English Club TV Channel in Qatar on Ooredoo’s TV service.
English Club TV is an educational channel for people who want to study English. It is broadcast in more than 76 countries in Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
English Club TV is available now on channel number 477 and channel number 170 on Ooredoo tv and Mozaic TV respectively , and to ensure the educational content is available for as many as possible, the channel is placed in the basic tiers of Ooredoo tv and Mozaic TV.
Andrew Semchenko, CEO of the English Club TV Group, commented: “Many people in Qatar are looking to develop their language skills. It is an important asset and helps people to develop their careers and expand their international horizons. Our channel will provide a significant resource for people across Qatar, since learning English with English Club TV is fun, interesting and effective.”
Fatima Sultan al-Kuwari, Director of Community & Public Relations, Ooredoo, said: “We are investing in the very best content for our users, and this means not just the latest Hollywood blockbusters and family entertainment, but also Arabic and educational content. I’m sure English Club TV will prove valuable for a host of our customers from across the world, wanting to perfect their English or help their children learn.”
Ooredoo provides a wide range of educational content via its entertainment portfolio, as well as through its mobile services on the Ooredoo Supernet.
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