Al-Arabiya and Al-Hadath channels move their headquarters from Dubai to Riyadh

Al-Arabiya and Al-Hadath channels move their headquarters from Dubai to Riyadh
Al-Arabiya and Al-Hadath channels move their headquarters from Dubai to Riyadh

It will broadcast 12 hours a day from Saudi Arabia, starting next January

Informed sources said that Saudi media companies based in Dubai will start transferring their employees this month to the capital, Riyadh, according to “Reuters”.

In detail, two well-informed sources said that Al-Arabiya and Al-Hadath channels informed their employees this week of plans to start broadcasting 12 hours a day from Riyadh by January 2022, while it would take nearly two years to complete the transfers completely.

The sources said that MBC Group, the largest media company in the Middle East, and Al Sharq News, a newly established TV news channel, also internally discussed plans to move to Riyadh.

Al-Arabiya and Al-Hadath channels move their headquarters from Dubai to Riyadh

Khaled Ali
previously
2021-09-04

Informed sources said that Saudi media companies based in Dubai will start transferring their employees this month to the capital, Riyadh, according to “Reuters”.

In detail, two well-informed sources said that Al-Arabiya and Al-Hadath channels informed their employees this week of plans to start broadcasting 12 hours a day from Riyadh by January 2022, while it would take nearly two years to complete the transfers completely.

The sources said that MBC Group, the largest media company in the Middle East, and Al Sharq News, a newly established TV news channel, also internally discussed plans to move to Riyadh.

04 September 2021 – 27 Muharram 1443

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It will broadcast 12 hours a day from Saudi Arabia, starting next January

Informed sources said that Saudi media companies based in Dubai will start transferring their employees this month to the capital, Riyadh, according to “Reuters”.

In detail, two well-informed sources said that Al-Arabiya and Al-Hadath channels informed their employees this week of plans to start broadcasting 12 hours a day from Riyadh by January 2022, while it would take nearly two years to complete the transfers completely.

The sources said that MBC Group, the largest media company in the Middle East, and Al Sharq News, a newly established TV news channel, also internally discussed plans to move to Riyadh.

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AlArabiya AlHadath channels move headquarters Dubai Riyadh

 
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