Do you want to advertise on television in Lebanon? Then you’ve come to the right place. Empire can help you reach a captive Lebanon audience through highly popular television channels.
Advertising on TV in Lebanon results in wide reach, excellent engagement and highly specific targeting, making it a highly effective medium. The stations contained below represent a balanced cross-section of the most successful stations targeting a range of audiences. With sound industry knowledge, we are well placed to help you create a successful tv ad campaign.
TV STATIONS IN LEBANON
Aghani Aghani TV is popular music channel in Lebanon. It is also among top music channels in the MENA region.
Al Jadeed formerly known as NewTV, is a privately owned 24-hour pan-Arabian TV station.
Al-Manar’s programming consists of music videos, series and dramas. It is also home to talk shows, family shows and news updates.
Arabica TV is a music channel that plays a wide selection of popular Arabic music.
Future TV is a political channel that airs alongside its sister network, Future News.
Formerly known as LBCI Drama, LB2 is a local channel dedicated to the best entertainment shows and Arabic-dubbed series.
LBCI is a local channel that broadcasts a variety of programs of different genres. It is also available in HD.
LBCI News is a local channel that broadcasts breaking news as it happens.
Lebanese Diaspora Channel is an international version of LBCI targeting the Lebanese diaspora in countries around the world.
Murr Television (marketed as MTV Lebanon). The channel’s mission and vision is to become a leader on the local and regional TV scene.
National Broadcasting Network known as NBN is the official television of the Lebanese Amal Movement.
NRJ HITS specializes in hit music, broadcasting the latest pop, dance, rock, and hip‐hop music videos. The channel targets a young audience who are trendy and up to date with all things music related.
OTV targets all Lebanese residents and the Lebanese diaspora.
Télé Liban is the first Lebanese public television network to be owned by the Lebanese government.