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Lebanon bade farewell to TV legend Simon Asmar at the St. Georges Cathedral in Beirut Friday, before he was laid to rest in his hometown of Ghazir.Asmar was the creator of the show "Studio al-Fan," which launched the careers of countless Lebanese pop stars, including that of Majida al-Roumi, Nawal Zoghbi, Wael Kfoury and Assi al-Hellani to name a few.Asmar began his career at the state-run Tele Liban before moving to LBCI, Lebanon's first private-sector channel, in 1985 . He left LBCI in the early 2000s and joined Murr TV (MTV) after it relaunched in 2009 .
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