is one of the most popular TV hosts in the Arab World. His beginning
was in the seventies as a journalist in a Lebanese newspaper called
"Lisan Elhala", which was the second in popularity in Lebanon. After
that he moved to Lebanon TV, then Monte Carlo radio station in 1987
until he became the editor-in-chief. By the end of his thirteenth year
in Paris, he was offered to be the head of news department in Orient
radio station which is located in Paris too. After two years he moved
to MBC FM radio station and became the general manager but then he quit
to go and host "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire" MBC1's hit show which
lasted for 3 years. After that, he moved to LBC satellite channel for
"Eftah Albak" show which lasted for one year.
Then he finally moved back to MBC1 and is
hosting "Al Tahaddi" show that is proving
to be one of the best contest shows in the Arab World so far.
MBC1 is a
leading free-to-air, pan-Arab general entertainment channel, and
arguably the top channel brand in the region. MBC was the first
independent (non-government owned) Arabic language satellite TV
station, and is considered to have pioneered the media revolution in
the Middle East.
It serves more than 130 million Arabic speaking people around the
world. MBC1 has recently moved its
headquarters to Dubai Media City.
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