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MBC 1 Latest Biss Key and Frequency 2021

MBC 1 HD TV Channel New Biss Key and Frequency on Eutelsat 21B at 21.5°East Good Working Feed Kode Here Update Today Latest Transponder New TP Frequency 2021

MBC 1 is a free-to-air pan-Arab general television channel. Satellite transmission started from London in September 1991, making MBC (Middle East Broadcasting Center) the first independent Arabic satellite TV Biss Keys station, with an estimated audience of more than 130 million Arab people around the world. MBC has recently moved its headquarters to Dubai Media City, bringing the production process closer to its Arab viewers.

MBC1 previously used to air cartoons, western movies and programs before launching MBC 2, MBC 3, and MBC 4.

MBC 1 Latest Biss Key and Frequency 2021 – One of its most popular, widely known and controversial shows, and the one generating the highest advertising rates,  Biss Keys is Kalam Nawaem, a show led by several women that addresses many types of (women’s) issues and taboos, including terrorism, domestic violence, polygamy, divorce and women’s suffrage.

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MBC1 HD launched was on 1 July 2011.

MBC 1 Biss Key on Eutelsat 21B at 21.5°East New TP Frequency 2021

MBC 1 HD Latest Biss Key on Eutelsat 21B at 21.5°East Working Code 2021
Channel Name
MBC 1
Satellite Eutelsat 21B at 21.5°East
Frequency 11582
Polarity V
Symbol Rate 2850
ID MBC 1
Update Today April 19-04-2020
Biss Key 12 AB 34 F1 CD 56 EF 12

MBC 1 rebranded in 2012 to bring a new set of idents, idents are now 9 seconds long, unlike 2009’s rebrand, which had 20 seconds long idents. In this rebrand, there are menus and bumpers (idents), the menus are used for next tags, which have continuity announcers, bumpers are used to “split” between breaks and programmes, and are used at the end of any programme Biss Keys . Focusing on a “cube-ish” theme, the channel has a simple look, but rather stylish.

MBC 1 Latest Biss Key and Frequency 2021 – On 3 March 2018, MBC announced via Twitter, that they would stop airing Turkish shows and programs, including Vatanım Sensin, as of 4 March. The reason behind this decision is yet to be revealed.

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