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Ray Hanania Show discusses how US media failed to report the truth about the Jeff Bezos leak

  • CHICAGO: Many Western news outlets failed in their duty to correct mistaken reporting that falsely accused Saudi authorities of involvement in hacking Amazon founder Jeff Bezos’s phone, a media insider said on Wednesday. After US tabloid the National Enquirer reported in 2019 that the billion...
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Ray Hanania show discusses upcoming Iranian elections, recent Arab News exclusive with exiled crown prince

  • CHICAGO: The leading candidate in Iran’s June 18 elections is a man who has already been sanctioned by both the US and EU for human rights violations and brutality against dissidents, including the torture and killing of children, Ali Safavi, a board member of the world’s leading dissident orga...
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Saudi green initiatives explained in Arab News US radio show

  • CHICAGO: Saudi Arabia’s innovative efforts to “Go Green” to protect the environment and sustain its natural resources are moving forward at unprecedented speeds, Rawan Radwan, a deputy section editor and writer for Arab News, explained Wednesday. During an appearance on “The Ray Hanania Show,”...
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Saudi journalist experiences empowerment of women as observer and participant

  • Not only does she report on the growing empowerment of women in Saudi Arabia, journalist Deema Al-Khudair said that every day she gets to experience the advances and greater freedoms women in the Kingdom now enjoy as a result of the ongoing reforms under her nation’s Vision 2030 development pla...
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Snap announces new tools, features at partner summit

  • DUBAI: Social media company Snap Inc. used its recent annual partner summit as the stage to announce new features and tools for consumers, developers, and advertisers. According to its chief executive officer, Evan Spiegel, the firm’s Snapchat messaging app and service now reaches more than 6...
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Sony flags nearly $1bn movie business write-down

  • TOKYO: Sony will take a write-down of nearly $1 billion in the fiscal third quarter, the company said Monday, blaming expected weaker profits in its movie business following a decline in the DVD market.The Tokyo-based electronics and entertainment giant said the charge amounted to 112.1 billion...
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The Ray Hanania show compares Ramadan in US and Saudi Arabia

  • Muslims around the world celebrated the start of Ramadan this week, but the experience and traditions of the holy month can vary widely from country to country, especially in the pandemic era. In Saudi Arabia, for example, the latest technology is being employed to protect the health of worshi...
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TikTok announces new updates during first TikTok World event

  • DUBAI: TikTok hosted its first global virtual event, TikTok World, at the end of last month. The event celebrated creators and brands and announced new tools and solutions to help marketers better connect with their audiences. President of Global Business Solutions at TikTok Blake Chandlee sa...
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Trump’s Truth Social app, self-proclaimed foe of Big Tech, needs Apple and Google to survive

  • NEW YORK: With just weeks to go before an expected launch, Donald Trump’s new media venture is trying to strike a delicate balance with its app: giving Trump’s base the freedom to express themselves, without running afoul of Apple and Google’s app store policies. The launch of Truth Social com...
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Turn on, tune in: Ray Hanania radio show returns for 2nd season

  • LONDON: The Ray Hanania radio show returns for its second season on Wednesday with a wide array of guests tackling crucial topics in the Arab world — a timely return at the start of Arab American Heritage Month. “Although we are Arab American and Middle East oriented, in English, our audience...
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