The Information Affairs Authority (IAA) of Bahrain has once again responded to reports coming out of the UK which it claims depict the kingdom "inaccurately".
It replied to a report published by The Guardian which demand
Bahrain’s Information Affairs Authority (IAA) has mapped out a five-year strategy to revamp the media sector, a report said.
It comprises 46 initiatives aimed at developing the sector in legislative, structural, technical an
A reform strategy mapped out by Bahrain’s Information Affairs Authority (IAA) has proved successful in portraying the real image of Bahrain in the international mass media, said a top government official.
The revamp has also
Bahrain Television (BTV) will undergo a major overhaul, with more emphasis on local entertainment and family programmes and will be launched by the year-end, a top government official said.
"We have been working to improve th
Tougher punishments for misusing websites and social media are being studied by the Bahraini government, a report said.
The Cabinet approved a proposal to amend existing legislation during its weekly session yesterday (September 1
Bahrain will set up a new regional centre to govern the public sector, which aims to establish a comprehensive national vision in the field of governance and ensure they comply with international standards, said a top official.
Bahrain’s government bodies are taking all precautionary measures as part of the kingdom’s emergency plan amidst a possible military strike against Syria, according to a top official.
There is no imminent threat to the
A top government official has revealed detailed plans to develop Bahrain's media sector, which comes as part of the Information Affairs Authority (IAA)'s five-year information strategy.
The plan looks to improve the sector
Bahrain’s Information Affairs Ministry has drawn up a plan to confront a number of media channels seeking to tarnish the kingdom’s reputation.
The move is part of a five-year strategic media development plan that gives
Bahrain has set up an emergency media strategy, which will encourage local media organisations to adopt a "zero-tolerance" policy towards false claims made in the international arena, said a top government official.