A Middle East bureau in Dubai is opened by the China Central Television (CCTV). This is done because it is thinking about the launch of a dedicated channel for the region.
This is a state-owned company and it will be facility at Dubai Media City which will have 14 staff and a studio by which they can transmit live broadcasts.
There are many station of the CCTV's Middle East centre which will be directed by it. It will direct correspondents stationed in Iran, Iraq, Syria and Lebanon and also help them in news-gathering centre for the region. The department will be broadcasted in multi languages; the network has channels in Chinese, English, French, Russian, Spanish and Arabic.
TECOM Investments are the chief operators of the Dubai Media City. The managing director of the media cluster at TECOM Investments, Mohammad Abdullah, assumed that the bureau would supply CCTV's channels with news on the subject of the region.
Mr. Abdullah said that there are planning for the later days. They supposed to have a live broadcasting from their office here. This is done because they think that it is capable of broadcast live from their studio.