Posted on July 14, 2010 in Arab American Institute
WHERE TO WATCH
"Viewpoint with James Zogby" is broadcast live across the globe every Thursday at 5:00 p.m. EST (6:00 p.m. during Daylight Saving Time) on Abu Dhabi TV and on Link TV (DIRECTV Channel 375 or DISH Network Channel 9410). Viewers can participate in the program by calling 202-420-5665 in the U.S. or 001-202-420-5730 abroad.
Rebroadcasts (all times ET)
Link TV, Saturdays at 2:00 pm via satellite on DIRECTV Channel 375 or DISH Network Channel 9410.
MHz Worldview, airs the show Sundays at 5pm (EST).
CLICK HERE TO LEARN HOW TO WATCH MHZ WORLDVIEW
Beginning November 1, 2010, Viewpoint will air on MHz Worldview Sundays from 12pm to 1pm (EST)
Watch via satellite on DIRECTV channel 2183, or via broadcast and/or cable in the following areas:
Grand Rapids/Kalamazoo/Beaver Creek, MI
Las Vegas, NV
Moline, IL (Quad Cities)
New Orleans, LA
St. Paul, MN
Salt Lake City, UT
San Francisco, CA
Stanford University, CA
In the Washington, DC metro area, watch Viewpoint on MHZ Worldview DC (broadcast channel 30.1, or via Comcast Cable, Cox Cable, RCN Cable, and Verizon FiOS.) Channel numbers are available here.
In the Washington, DC metro area, watch Viewpoint on MHZ Worldview DC (broadcast channel 30.1, or via Comcast Cable, Cox Cable, RCN Cable, and Verizon FiOS.) Channel numbers are available here. [insert MEA-TV logo] MEA-TV, on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 8:30 pm, in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico via satellite on Globecast; in the metro Detroit, MI area on Comcast Cable channel 667; and in the Washington, DC / Northern VA area on Cox Cable channel 480.
Bridges TV, Wednesdays at 8:30p, on Comcast, FiOS, Time Warner, and other cable/telco channels in the following markets:
Los Angeles CA
Delaware Tampa, FL
Ann Arbor, MI
New York City
Although there is no Nielsen type ratings system to put an absolute number on our viewership, we know that our ADTV audience includes a global audience of 30 million households. Here in the United States, that is about 200,000 Arab American households. Because the program is also carried live on LinkTV, a non-profit network based in California, we reach an additional 20 million households nationwide. The program is rebroadcast on Michigan's WFUM PBS affiliate, TV Orient, and Virginia's non-profit MHz every Sunday.
A final word about ADTV. Polling indicates that ADTV is the "most respected" Arab news network. Unlike other regional networks which have been known for their sensational reporting, viewers give ADTV descriptors such as "ethical", "accurate", and "reliable". Once more, the network consistently ranks as one of the most watched overall. As for "Viewpoint", it recently won an award at the Cairo Radio/Television Festival—the equivalent of an Arab world Emmy.
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