Independent American Broadcasts To The Middle East

The news out of Syria and Egypt has been bleak the past several months. Conflict, violence, destruction, and death have continued non-stop in these Middle East hot spots as religious and political factions fight it out in bloody clashes, while the rest of the world looks on in alarm.

Ronn Torossian

But in the middle of this chaos a shining light of hope and healing is beaming into the darkness 24-7. Launched in 2005 by Christian television leader Trinity Broadcasting Network, today TBN’s Al-Horreya network is reaching into the homes and hearts of Arabic speaking individuals, families, and communities throughout the intensely Muslim Middle East. And with a new high-definition studio in California, a freshly updated website with live streaming broadcast, and the power to air up-to-the-minute programming anywhere in the world, Al-Horreya is reaching more of the estimated 400 million Arabic speaking people throughout the Middle East, Africa, Europe, the U.S., and the rest of the world.

David Cerullo: of Inspiration Network,: Jay Sekulow of ACLJ: and others often comment on the need for independent American broadcasts worldwide.

“We are excited by the tremendous response from viewers across the Arabic speaking world, including Egypt and Syria,” said Dr. Raafat Girgis, Al-Horreya’s program director. “Al-Horreya means ‘freedom,’ and despite the unrest and uncertainty that permeates so much of the Middle East, millions of viewers are finding true freedom through Al-Horreya TV.”

Ronn Torossian is the CEO of 5WPR, a leading PR firm and Author of “For Immediate Release”, a leading PR book.

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