Inmates in Bahrain's prison will soon have television in their cells, attached toilets and new furniture as part of a long-term strategy to safeguard their rights.
In addition, six new buildings - two in the Dry Dock Detention
Samsung Gulf Electronics has reported a 10-fold increase in sales of its ultra-high-definition (UHD) televisions last year, compared to 2013.
The leap points to the country’s growing appetite for 4K technology, and signals t
Television has fared positively in an increasingly digital Middle East, but should be conscious of the ever-changing digital environment and the power it can provide in advancing regional television, said an industry analyst, commenting on a new
The market has seen a number of TVs that are more affordable and better proofed for the future through innovative technologies. But, buyers beware: the choices are fewer than they seem.
Whether you like it or not, room size, perso
4K ultra high definition television (UHDTV) is headed for broad adoption, and will be main stream within 10 years, according to new research from Intelsat, the world’s leading provider of satellite services.
Forty-two per ce
The South Asia, Middle East, North Africa region (Samena) Telecommunications Council took part in the ‘ITU Regional Forum on Digital Terrestrial Television Broadcasting Services in the Arab Region’ in Dubai recently.
Television is the main source of health information for the majority of people in Bahrain with the Internet coming a close second, according to a new survey.
Results from The Health and Fitness Awareness Study, which were released
Compared with global trends, many aspects of digital services are under-served in the Middle East region, with many services either absent or immature, said an industry expert.
“Demand in the region for new services –
Zee Entertainment Enterprises, Asia’s largest television provider, has strengthened its portfolio of Arabic content with the launch of Zee Film Hindi, a channel dedicated entirely to Indian cinema.
Catering to Indian cinema
The media most visited by Bahrainis is the Internet at 36.75 per cent followed by television at 28.5 per cent, local newspapers 21.5 per cent and radio 13.25 per cent.
These statistics were revealed in a study by research student