BETH NAHRIN — Suroyo TV, dedicated to serving the Syriac (Aramean–Assyrian–Chaldean) community worldwide since its inception, is set to enrich its programming by introducing a dedicated channel for Syriac-speaking children. The newly launched channel, named “Suroyo Tloye” (Suroyo Kids), is poised to provide an array of educational content aimed at fostering language learning and cultural awareness.
Designed to be available through the Suroyo TV service distributor, Suroyo Tloye will be a 24-hour channel featuring programs in both Eastern and Western Syriac dialects. Accessible to anyone with a Suroyo TV distributor, the channel aims to be a valuable resource for children within the Syriac community and beyond.
The programming on Suroyo Tloye will encompass educational cartoons, language lessons, and culturally enriching songs, all tailored to engage and educate young viewers. The channel seeks to play a pivotal role in preserving and promoting the Syriac language, heritage, and culture among the younger generation.
Suroyo Tloye aligns with the broader mission of Suroyo TV, which has been committed to serving the Syriac (Aramean–Assyrian–Chaldean) community through diverse and engaging content since its establishment. By launching this dedicated channel for children, Suroyo TV continues its dedication to language preservation and cultural education within the Syriac (Aramean–Assyrian–Chaldean) diaspora.