‘Tube Up’ channel claims record 13 million viewers

‘Tube Up’ channel claims record 13 million viewers
Updated 03 January 2016

‘Tube Up’ channel claims record 13 million viewers

‘Tube Up’ channel claims record 13 million viewers

JEDDAH: Tube Up channel claims to have broken the ratings record with 13 million viewers in less than 300 days, attracting more than 153,000 subscribers at the end of 2015.
The new channel is stated to be “extremely distinguished with its rich contents with a unique blend of humorous programs” tackling vital topics either in social, sport or cultural scopes.
In the first year of its launch, the channel presented three programs, one melodrama, a short film and a report. Today, the channel prides itself as one of the most competitive YouTube channels.
Abdul Majeed Al-Rihaidi, programs manager at Tube Up channel, said: “This new channel is paving the way for young Saudis to present their creative ideas in a different way. Our next plan targets the Saudi and other Arab families where we will exert every single effort to amuse their life and draw a smile on their faces through decent, humorous and enjoyable works. The channel has utilized skillful Saudi and other Arab people to help framing out its programs and episodes with high quality and unique approaches to beat the traditionalism of today’s TV programs. Our programs are based on professionalism and thoughts for modern youth.”
Al-Rihaidi has let the doors open for the talented males and females by offering them an opportunity to participate in the Tube Up channel since it has been specifically launched to express their opinions, reflect their dreams and inject the Arabic content with fresh bloods.
The Tube Up channel has been “primarily recognized” by the Candid Camera program, Haaya Taal, the first one to be presented by the channel.
This program entitled the channel to gain around nine million and half viewers.
On the other hand, Off Side program that was followed by Haaya Taal, has attracted many followers since it is featuring the sport programs in particular with a sense of humor and fun.
The three rounds of this program have reportedly gained 800,000 viewers.
Tube Up has been mainly distinguished by delivering the first-of-its-kind drama, the Hurma, performed by Saudi women. The program is claimed to have received two million viewers.
In its pursuit of delivering assorted varieties of distinctive works, Tube Up has produced a cartoon program called Fadfada delivered by two actors who fell in a harsh dispute, which has been treated in a funniest carton show.
The channel says it counts on the proficiency of the creative painter and the specialized technician crew to achieve high quality sound records and superior moving graphics.
Jeddah’s events also exist in the Tube Up world.
The channel has introduced a special report highlighting in details Jeddah’s International Book Show, but in a comic approach.