Lebanese Broadcasting Corporation

The Lebanese Broadcasting Corporation (Arabic: المؤسسة اللبنانية للإرسال‎), widely known as LBC, is the first private television station in Lebanon. It went global in 1996 when it launched its satellite channel LBC (El Bī Sī / al-Faḍaʼīyah l-Libnānīya Arabic: إل بي سي ‎/ الفضائية اللبنانية‎) covering the Arab World. It now has several channels covering Europe, America, Australia, and Sub Saharian Africa region. Currently, the channel is one of the most popular channels in Lebanon.

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