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Antoine Choueiri

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Nationality  Lebanon
Role  Executive
Religion  Maronite Church
Died  March 9, 2010, Lebanon
Children  Lena and Pierre
Spouse  Rose Salameh (m. 1961)
Name  Antoine Choueiri

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Born  August 3, 1939 (1939-08-03) Beirut, Lebanon
Occupation  Businessman, CEO, Mass Media owner

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Antoine Choueiri (August 3, 1939 – March 9, 2010) was a Lebanese media executive. He was the founder of Choueiri Group, the Middle East’s largest media broker. He was born in Beirut in 1939 to a Maronite Christian family from Bcharre and married his wife Rose Salameh in 1961 who gave birth to two children. He died on March 9, 2010 of health complications, he is buried in his ancestral home of Bcharre in his honor one of Bcharre's main streets will be named "Antoine Choueiri" in homage to him and his achievements.

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Antoine Choueiri Choueiri Group Legacy of Choueiri Group

Choueiri Group

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At the height of its powers, the company that he founded, the Choueiri Group, controlled (through his Choueiri's companies: Arabian Media Services International, MEMS, Arabian Outdoor, Times International, Audio Visual Media, C Media, Press Media, Digital Media Services, Interadio, Promofair, AMC and SECOMM) the flow of advertising for the following enterprises:

Television

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  • Arabic Entertainment: Arabia Drama, MBC Masr;
  • General Entertainment: MBC1, Al Watan TV Kuwait, LBCI, Dubai TV, Sama Dubai TV;
  • Western Entertainment: MBC2, MBC4, Dubai One, MBC Action, MBC MAX;
  • Dubbed Indian Entertainment: MBC Bollywood;
  • News Channels: Al Arabiya, Al Arabiya Al-Hadath;
  • Music Channels: Melody Hits, Mazzika, Zoom, Wanasah, Melody FM;
  • Kids Channels: MBC3
  • Sports & Youth Channels: Dubai Sports Channel, Dubai Racing Channel;
  • Outdoor

  • Mupis (MUPI market leader in the GCC with a total of 12880 faces)
  • LamPosts (The LamPost sign is a double sided panel (backlit). It displays a high-grade flexface printed poster with an image size of 1 M x 3 M)
  • Megacoms (Single or double-sided stand Size: 3M X 4M)
  • Unipolses: Frontlit Or Backlit (Large format with sizes up to 18 M x 6 M, with the advertising message printed in digital technology on flexible vinyl material.)
  • Newspaper

  • UAE: Al Bayan (The official Arabic newspaper of the city of Dubai), Emarat Al Youm, Emirates Business 247.com, Al Hayat (Takes pride in being the “International Arabic Daily Newspaper”);
  • Lebanon: An-Nahar Arabic Daily, L'Orient Le Jour, As-Safir, Al Hayat;
  • KSA: Al Yaum;
  • Magazines

  • Lebanon: Noun (Lebanon's leading French Monthly Women's Magazine), Commerce Du Levant (Lebanon's leading French Monthly Business Magazine), Santé Beauté (French beauty and health magazine), L'orient Junior (Monthly French teenage magazine);
  • Kuwait: Samra Magazine (Launched in 1993, Samra is a family oriented, society, fashion and lifestyle monthly magazine)
  • Pan Arab: Jamalouki (An Arabic language monthly magazine, circulated in Arab countries. Targets Arab females.), Al Hadath Al Riyadi (An Arabic language specialized sports monthly magazine, circulated in Arab countries.), Laha Magazine (Launched in September 2000, Laha is a Pan Arab weekly family magazine), Ara Magazine (Launched in October, 2011 as the first and only magazine published by the media body of the government of Dubai “DMI”);
  • Radio

  • Lebanon: Radio One, Mix FM, Light FM, Radio Liban Libre, Melody FM
  • Pan-Arab: MBC FM, Panorama FM, Noor Dubai FM, Hala FM, Hi FM
  • Internet

  • Actionha.net
  • Alarabiya.net
  • Albayan.ae
  • Anghami App
  • Annahar.com
  • Arabia.Eurosport.com
  • Assafir.com
  • Beirutnightlife.com
  • Cinescape.com
  • Daralhayat.com
  • Emaratalyoum.com
  • Emirates247.com
  • Gheir.com
  • Hawaaworld.com
  • Jamalouki-magazine.com
  • Kooora.com
  • Lahamag.com
  • Lbcgroup.tv
  • Lorientlejour.com
  • MBC.net
  • MBC3.net
  • Nawa3em.com
  • Ounousa.com
  • Sabq.org
  • Shahid.net
  • Cinema

    Cinescape Cinescape manages all cinema halls in Kuwait.

    Basketball

    Antoine Choueiry is known as the godfather of Lebanese Basketball because of his heavy investment in the game mostly through his beloved Sagesse Beirut whose phenomenal domination of the newly re-formed Lebanese league and the pan-Arab and FIBA Asian championships took the game to a whole new level which also contributed in the rise of the Lebanese national basketball team.

    References

    Antoine Choueiri Wikipedia


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