The move will enable kids in the region to view animated series such as Sofia the First, Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, The Lion Guard, Miles from Tomorrow and Doc McStuffins among others in Arabic.
Emad Morcos, Chief Content Officer of OSN, said: “Our subscribers will benefit from the introduction of Arabic on the ever-popular Disney Junior channel. We understand how important it is inspire and inform our young ones with content that contributes to their all-round development. With Disney Junior in Arabic, another example of the ‘nowhere else’ content we deliver, children and families can enjoy their favourite shows even more.”
Didier Vanneste, vice-president and country head, The Walt Disney Company MENA said: “At Disney we aim to make our content available to the widest possible audience including our very youngest viewers. In collaboration with OSN, we’re excited to bring kids and families their favourite Disney Junior series in Arabic and we hope it will become an even more popular destination channel across the Middle East and North Africa.”