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Abu Dhabi Sports has allocated its channels for its viewers throughout the Arab world and Middle East to watch the coverage of the Olympics, along with its competitions and events daily.
This extensive coverage, which is the largest of its kind, includes many programs, segments, messages and commercials, as well as the coverage of all events across the sites and venues in Abu Dhabi. This comes as part of efforts from Abu Dhabi sports to interact with events in a manner adequate to its value and position.
Abu Dhabi Sports has mobilized more than 40 cameras to optimally cover the various competition sites accompanied by a large number of correspondents and hosts thoroughly covering every aspect of the Olympics and presenting them in full. Additionally, eleven commentators specializing in these types of games will be covering the competitions in both Arabic and English, in addition to a series of programs, segments and commercials on the sidelines of these events.
It is a genuine opportunity to highlight their skills, abilities and talents. Therefore, our plan to allocate a special program stems from the directives of our wise leadership and great interest in such determined people and to achieve the aspirations of our viewers to watch the event through a mature and comprehensive media network.
Yaqoob AlSaadi, Head of the Abu Dhabi Sports Channels, explained that the live coverage will begin daily at 9am and continue to 9pm, followed by full preparation of these games and competitions.
AlSaadi also pointed out that there will be analytical programs and follow-up news of the event from all the sites where the competitions are held, along with a one-hour daily summary of other accompanying events through a number of sites in Abu Dhabi.
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