" ... the blast hit the third floor of its headquarters. It remained on the air despite the bombing. Monday's was not the first attack on the pro-government media in Syria.
On June 27, gunmen armed with explosives attacked the offices outside Damascus of the Al-Ikhbariya satellite channel, killing three journalists and four security guards.
"The terrorist groups stormed the offices of Al-Ikhbariya, planted explosives in the studios and blew them up along with the equipment," Zoabi said after that attack." AFP
Hmm. A bomb strikes the third floor of the headquarters of Syrian national TV several days after the Syrian Army clears Damascus of Free Syrian Army fighters.. A satellite TV facility was bombed earlier. Buried in the news from Syria is the information that there have been a number of other bombing attacks on TV stations in Syria.
A bombing campaign against telecommunication networks makes good sense, even if such facilities are hard to gain access to for guerrillas.
What's next, military telecommunications?