15 million video views for Al Aan TV channel on YouTube
Al Aan TV is being graded as one of the leading TV channels in the region for achieving a significant online growth. In a period of six months, Al Aan’s channel on YouTube is being considered as one of the most prevalent and popular channels in the region where it reaped over 15 million video views of its Arabic videos to become competing with the largest and oldest media channels that post their video content on YouTube.
The report of YouTube shows that Al Aan’s video content is getting above 100,000 video views as a daily average which on the other side reflects the rich and interesting content of the channel among YouTube users.
Al Aan TV Channel on YouTube comprises of more than 5000 videos chosen with deligence from best and latest episodes of Al Aan TV programs in addition to news reports and exclusive story coverages and interviews. The channel is giving YouTube users an opportunity to view the programs which are already been broadcasted on air at their convenient time.
The content on www.youtube.com/alaantube has become an excellent reference for valuable and interesting subjects such as news reports, cooking recipes, fashion trends, social debates, healthy tips, gossips and entertainment, fitness and well living, current affairs…
It is noteworthy that the channel that was launched in February of this year is attracting a massive community of YouTube users from Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Morocco, Algeria and other Arab countries.
However, Al Aan TV is planning to launch an interactive TV program that will give an opportunity to internet users to share their self-created clips and broadcast them on air and online accumulating with offering TV viewers some of the best clips selected from the online world. This program aims at building a gateway for young and talented internet users to take the first steps into entering a professional career of video journalism.
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