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Iftah Ya Simsim


Iftah Ya Simsim is a one of the most popular children television series in the Middle East and is the Arabic version of Sesame Street. It was launched originally in the Middle East in 1979 and has been re-produced again after 25 years. The show focuses on Arab children and specifically the children of the Gulf region. It will be airing in many regional stations: Abu Dhabi TV, Al Emarat, Sama Dubai, space toon channel and Sharjah TV.

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Charisma Group


Next to the importance of the GCC market, it was the shared vision of cultural relevance and original content, along with their infrastructure and production facilities that made Charisma Group choose twofour54 Abu Dhabi as its GCC headquarter among the many options that were available in the region.

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Al Madar TV


When Iraqi TV Network Al Madar TV was looking to establish their new channel they turned to twofour54 Abu Dhabi. Today, with the support of twofour54 Film & TV Services, Al Madar broadcasts 24 hours a day to an audience that has dramatically grown, and is still continuing to do so.

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Houwa


The show is presented by two male anchors and a female presenter, the show is dissected into different segments that are beneficiary for men.

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Hammam Shami


Hammam Shami is a Syrian drama series produced entirely at twofour54 Film & TV Services studios in Abu Dhabi. The drama has won "Best Studio Set of the Year" at the Broadcast Pro Awards 2013.

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