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As it turns 47, Arab News continues to reap rewards of digital transformation

  • RIYADH: Arab News, the leading multilingual pan-Arab daily, celebrated its 47th anniversary with a commitment to continue to be the platform of choice for voices that matter to its audiences worldwide. Since its establishment in 1975, the Riyadh-based newspaper has sought to be an internation...
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US accused of double standards over Khashoggi, urged to deploy same sanctions on killers of other Arab journalists

  • LONDON: After US President Joe Biden’s administration took measures to sanction Saudi officials that took part in 2018 murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, several Middle East experts have accused the US of deploying double standards. White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, as well as s...
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How the inconvenient truth of Jeff Bezos’s fabricated ‘phone leak’ story revealed a deeply-rooted media bias against Saudi Arabia

  • LONDON: On May 8, Saudi Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Adel Aljubeir took to Twitter to ask whether or not those who have accused the Kingdom of the so-called Bezos Hack would come forward and acknowledge their mistake, or “simply delete their tweets and hope that their positions at the ...
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Arab News launches ‘The Mayman Show’ podcast

  • RIYADH: Arab News, the leading English-language Middle East daily, has launched a new podcast to bolster its growing range of multimedia products. “The Mayman Show” is a weekly podcast hosted by reporter Hussam Al-Mayman and recorded at the company’s headquarters in Riyadh. In his many years ...
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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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Arab News radio show discusses future of print media, partnership with FII institute

  • CHICAGO: Despite harsh restrictions and widespread health fears caused by the year-long COVID-19 Pandemic, the newspaper industry is beginning to see a brighter future, media industry experts agreed Wednesday. Assistant Editor-in-Chief Noor Nugali and London-based INNOVATION Media Consulting ...
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As it turns 47, Arab News continues to reap rewards of digital transformation

  • RIYADH: Arab News, the leading multilingual pan-Arab daily, celebrated its 47th anniversary with a commitment to continue to be the platform of choice for voices that matter to its audiences worldwide. Since its establishment in 1975, the Riyadh-based newspaper has sought to be an internation...
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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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Arab-American journalists reflect on the legacy of 9/11 on their communities

  • ATLANTA, US: As the 20th anniversary of Sept. 11 approaches, Arab American journalists said the terrorist attacks undoubtedly had a damaging effect on views of Arabs and Muslims in the US, and that the media contributed to this by focusing on negative stereotypes. Ray Hanania, Adam Elmahrek a...
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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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