Disney cartoons will be available in Arabic.
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DUBAI – With the arrival of Disney Junior in Arabic language, more children can now enjoy universally popular programmes such as Captain Jake and the Never Land Pirates, Goldie & Bear and PJ Masks.
Little ones can experience the line-up of magical, musical and heartfelt stories and characters on Disney Junior with dedicated Arabic audio as well the option to watch in English.
Families can watch animated series such as Sofia the First, Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, The Lion Guard, Miles from Tomorrow and Doc McStuffins among others in addition to dedicated learning and children’s development content, also in Arabic.
“We understand how important it is inspire and inform our young ones with content that contributes to their all-round development. With Disney Junior in Arabic, another example of the ‘nowhere else’ content we deliver, children and families can enjoy their favourite shows even more,” said Emad Morcos, Chief Content Officer of OSN.
OSN already has 10 channels dedicated to family and children’s entertainment including OSN Movies Kids, Disney Channel HD and Disney XD. DAJ/Expat Media
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