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‘Do not expect change in US foreign policy even with new administration,’ experts tell Arab Media Forum

  • DUBAI: American foreign policy remains consistent regardless of the sitting president, and no major strategic shifts should be expected with a new administration, political experts told attendees at the Arab Media Forum in Dubai on Tuesday. While American elections every four years bring new ...
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Arab News awards total reach 125 with three new wins at Newspaper Design competition

  • LONDON: Arab News, Saudi Arabia’s first English language daily, won three Awards of Excellence at the sixth Newspaper Design competition, bringing the total number of awards to 125 since its relaunch in 2018. “The Kingdom’s Bride and Joy”, a special print edition marking the Jordanian royal w...
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Acclaimed Arab-American reporter Hala Gorani launches new book

  • LONDON: The world is a small place, as they say. The acclaimed Syrian-American journalist and former CNN broadcaster, Hala Gorani, was in Haiti, reporting on an earthquake that obliterated the capital city of Port-au-Prince in 2010. Looters had emerged, and the situation grew dangerous as gunsh...
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Saudi Press Agency launches first news training academy

  • RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s state news agency announced on Thursday the launch of its first news training academy. The Saudi Press Agency’s initiative came as part of the Human Capacity Development Initiative conference, held in Riyadh under the patronage of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. The...
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Prince Mohammed bin Salman College, Saudi Press Agency sign training agreement

  • RIYADH: The Prince Mohammed bin Salman College for Management and Entrepreneurship announced on Thursday a new partnership with the Saudi Press Agency to provide specialized training and development programs for the Kingdom’s news industry. The partnership was co-signed by Zieger DeGreef, dea...
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Third Saudi Media Forum kicks off in Riyadh, platforms global issues

  • RIYADH: The third Saudi Media Forum kicked off its agenda on Tuesday with panels, workshops and masterclasses in Riyadh under the theme “Media in a World Taking Shape.” The two-day forum, organized by the Saudi Broadcasting Authority in collaboration with the Saudi Journalists Association, ha...
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Profile: Women appointed to the board of Saudi Journalists Association

  • LONDON: Following a slew of new appointments, the board of the Saudi Journalists Association now has more women than at any time in its 21-year history. While the organization is headed by two men — Independent Arabia editor Adhwan Alahmari as chairman and Arab News editor-in-chief Faisal J. ...
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SRMG to accelerate growth, transformation strategy through new digital approach

  • LONDON: SRMG, the largest integrated media group from the MENA region, has announced significant operational changes with the launch of a new exclusively digital approach for Arriyadiyah, AlEqtisadiah and Malayalam News, effective Jan. 19, 2024. Additionally, SRMG has announced the appoint...
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Prince Harry wins phone hacking lawsuit against Daily Mirror publisher

  • LONDON: Prince Harry won his phone hacking lawsuit Friday against the publisher of the Daily Mirror and was awarded over £140,000 ($180,000) in the first of his several lawsuits against the tabloids to go to trial. Justice Timothy Fancourt in the High Court found that phone hacking was “widesp...
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Prince Harry’s libel claim against Mail on Sunday publisher must go to trial, judge rules

  • LONDON: Prince Harry’s libel case against the Mail on Sunday newspaper over an article about his security arrangements must go to trial, a judge at London’s High Court ruled on Friday, rejecting the royal’s attempts to have the publisher’s defense thrown out. Harry, King Charles’ younger son, ...
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