|Country||United Arab Emirates|
|Network||Dubai Channels Network|
|Headquarters||Dubai Media City, Dubai, United Arab Emirates|
|Owner||Dubai Media Incorporated|
|Nilesat 201 (HD/SD) (MENA)|
|Badr-4 (SD) (MENA)|
|beIN (SD) (MENA)||Channel 73|
Dubai One (formerly known as Ch33 and then One TV) is a Pan Arab English language entertainment television channel, owned by Dubai Media Incorporated. It was launched on 14 May 1994, and is currently managed by Sarah al Jarman. It airs a mix of locally produced and international syndicated content that caters both Arab and non-Arab viewers in the MENA region. It started broadcasting in HD on Nilesat 201 on 28 February 2019.
Dubai One broadcasts subtitled Western content targeting Arabs and expatriates living in Dubai and around the Arab world. While most of the production is centralized at DMI's own studios, the channel has its own management, team, structure and strategy. The flow of advertising for it is controlled by Choueiri Group, through its subsidiary MEMS.
Generally, Dubai One broadcasts syndicated programming from the United States and occasionally from Canada, the United Kingdom and Australia. Owing to its special partnerships with Warner Bros. and Walt Disney Studios, the channel currently offers at least four films per day from 5pm (GMT) to 12am (GMT), and has screened to date more than 300 films. Bollywood films are shown once a month, on a Thursday at 7pm (GMT). Dubai One also repeats programming it has broadcast during the week on Fridays, known as Catch Up Fridays.
The channel broadcasts also a variety of in-house productions including Emirates News, Dubai One Minute and Fashion Star. Previous productions include Emirates 24/7, World of Sports, Studio One, That's Entertainment and Understanding Islam.
On air staff
- Yunus Saif @yunussaif
- Greg Fairlie @gregfairlie
- Amal Al Jabry
- Dareen Abu Ghaida
- Aishwarya Ajit
- Ray Addison
- Marwan Al Awadhi
- Leila ben Khalifa
- Dina Butti
- Omar Butti
- Graham Clews
- Faraz Javed
- Priyanka Dutt
- Ramia Farage
- Katie Fielder
- Rebecca McLaughlin
- Layne Redman
- Tom Urquhart
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