CNN Arabic is a news website launched on 19 January 2002. It provides International news from an Arabic perspective, with continuous updates on regional and international developments.
The CNN Arabic website, which is part of the CNN network and located in Dubai, is managed by a number of professional and experienced Arab journalists.
Australian Associated Press was founded in 1935 as a cooperative news gathering organization for the mutual benefit of its 14 newspaper members.
Geopolitical Information Service AG (www.geopolitical-info.com)’s mission is to give its audience well-researched and unbiased information from around the world about geopolitics, the economy, defence, security and energy.
Geopolitical Information Service (GIS) posts articles written by its team of global experts and is delivered online.
Our core group of subscribers is European-based and includes businessmen and decision-makers who have a real need for a thorough understanding of international developments and events.
Though rather pro-West and pro-Saudi with respect to articles concerning the Arabian peninsula, it is quite open to various opinions concerning other regional questions.
Al-Masry Al-Youm for Journalism and Publication is an independent Egyptian media organization established in 2003. Its board is headed by Kamel Tawfiq Diab and includes a number of prominent Egyptian businessmen.
The organization issues Al-Masry Al-Youm daily newspaper, Egypt's foremost Arabic-language independent daily. The first issue of the paper hit the market on 7 June, 2004 and its editor-in-chief is Magdy El Galad.
As-Safir newspaper was first issued on March 26, 1974 in Beirut, Lebanon, as an Arabic political daily. Its motto was, and still is, "the Voice of the Voiceless" and its slogan "Lebanon's Newspaper in the Arab World and the Arab World's Newspaper in Lebanon".
An-Nahar Newspaper is a leading Arabic-language daily newspaper in Lebanon. It was first published on August 4, 1933 as a four-page, hand-set paper.
The paper, whose staff numbered five including its founder Gebran Tueni, was started with a capital of 50 gold pieces raised from friends, and a circulation of a mere 500 copies. Gebran's son, Ghassan Tueni, and grandson, also named Gebran Tueni, were subsequent editors and publishers.
Al-Akhbar is a daily Arabic newspaper published in Beirut, and funded by a group of Lebanese nationals based in London, the United States and Lebanon. It is not affiliated with any political party.
It was founded in 1963 by Dr Abed Al Ghani Salam.
The total circulation of "Aliwaa" is 38000 daily copies. 17000 daily copies are distributed across various Arab countries, notably Saudi Arabia, Syria and Jordan.
Al Anwar is published by Dar Assayad, one of the largest publishing houses in the Arab world.
Al Anwar is an independent newspaper committed to aggressive reporting and good writing
L’Orient Le Jour is a Lebanese daily independent newspaper published in French. L’Orient Le Jour was published on the first of September 1970, and was the outcome of a merger between two newspapers, L’ORIENT (founded in 1923 by Gabriel Khabbaz and Georges Naccache) and LE JOUR (founded in 1935 by Michel Chiha).
L’Orient Le Jour covers major topics such as: Politics, Local and International News, Finance and Economics, Culture, Entertainment, and Sports. A weekly supplement, “Les Copains”, is designed for the youth from 8 to 15 years.
Launched on August 1st 2004, Al-Ghad Newspaper is Jordan’s only independent Arabic-language daily newspaper. It has the largest number of subscribers and the second largest readership in the country. Counting on its professionalism, credibility and effective marketing techniques, Al-Ghad has powerfully penetrated a stubbornly aggressive market. It has asserted itself as a source of credible news in the country that has raised the standards of journalism in Jordan.
Al-Madina Press Group is one of the most important publishing houses in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The company was established in 1937, as a pioneer in the field. In the same year, Al-Madina Newspaper was published to become the second Arabic daily available since then in the Saudi market.
The portfolio of titles has grown bigger to include other publications, namely:
Al-Riyadh Daily is one of the leading newspapers in Saudi Arabia, with over 200 journalists and reporters at offices in many Saudi cities in addition to editorial offices in Cairo, Beirut and other cities.
Al Rai newspaper is a Kuwaiti daily comprehensive newspaper. Al Rai is published by Al Rai Media Group Company K.S.C. in Kuwait. Al Rai is headed by Mr. Jassim Marzouk Boodai, the Editor in Chief.
Al Rai is the #1 Kuwait newspaper amongst readers. This position is endorsed by two recognized research companies PARC and IPSOS. In a Kuwaiti media scene dominated by daily newspapers, the #1 position means leadership at the editorial and the advertising levels.
Al-Ahram was founded in 1875 by two Syrian brothers, Beshara and Saleem Teqla, who were living at that time in Alexandria, Egypt.At its beginnings, Al-Ahram was published on Saturdays as a weekly newspaper. The newspaper was distributed in Egypt and the Levant.Two months after the newspaper was founded, the Teqla brothers decided to make it a daily newspaper.
Al Yaum is a Saudi daily newspaper based in Dammam, Saudi Arabia, and distributed across the Gulf.Al Yaum was first published in 1965, and has witnessed many changes, especially in advancing the paper's technological capabilities.Al Yaum covers local and regional news, sports events, and social issues that are of interest to a growing number of readers in Saudi Arabia and the Arabian Gulf region.
It is the sister publication of the royalist francophone Le Matin, the hispanophone La Mañana and the online anglophone newspaper Morocco Times.
Four of the newspaper's sixteen pages are dedicated to sports and four others are devoted to social issues. Assabahia has 20 staff journalists plus freelancers and correspondents.
Al Jarida is an Arabic daily newspaper that launched in July 2007 in Kuwait. It secured a spot among the top 3 most circulated newspapers in Kuwait soon after its launch.
Al Jarida has a number of skilled Kuwaiti and Arab editors, in addition to a number of correspondents around the world with offices in Beirut and Cairo. It revolutionnized the Kuwaiti newspaper industry by becoming the first newspaper in Kuwait with an all-color layout, and by using top-notch technology to support its editorial process.
Al Watan was the first newspaper to be launched in Qatar after the Emir, HH Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, abolished decades-old press censorship. The daily consists of several supplements, of which the main ones are:
The Oman Daily Observer is the largest circulated English-language daily in the Sultanate of Oman. Launched in November 1981, the Observer is the flagship newspaper (alongside its Arabic sister daily Oman) of Oman Establishment for Press, Publication & Advertising (OEPPA), the biggest media house in the country.
The Ministry of Culture and Information is responsible for the Kingdom's television broadcasting, radio broadcasting, the press and publication of printed material. It is also responsible for the Kingdom's relations with the foreign press.
Independent News & Media PLC (INM) is a leading international media and communications group, with its main interests in Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, South Africa, the United Kingdom and most recently, India.