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Syria TV to launch on March 3

Zaman Al Wasl TV | 2018-03-01 18:00:00
Syria TV to launch on March 3


(Zaman Al Wasl)- Syria TV to launch its broadcasting on March 03 at 6 pm Damascus time, such a good news may reflect the hopes of Syrians at home and in the diaspora and their aspirations for “a united Syria, a democratic state based on equal citizenship which guarantees the freedoms and dignity of citizens, according to statement by the Istanbul-based channel.

 Syria TV will broadcast news updates, political, social, cultural and entertainment programs as well as drama series, documentary and fiction films.

“Syrian media professionals, artists and technicians are running the channel. They all strive to present the best creations that reflect the authentic Syrian spirit in its yearning for freedom, creativity and to restore Syria's original face,” the statement said.

Syria TV said ‘positive change is possible.’ 

Respecting pluralism as a feature that distinguishes Syrian culture. The channel seeks to create a rational dialogue that brings together the values of freedom and respect for difference with the aim of reaching a free Syria which Syrians have long awaited and for which they have fought and are still paying the highest of prices.” 

The statement highlighted that Syria TV is keen to adhere to these principles, stressing that the channel seeks to pursue high levels of professional commitment, journalistic integrity and to honor media charters in all that is 
presents.


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