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Bahrain’s IAA launches new website

Bahrain’s Information Affairs Authority (IAA) launched its new website iaa.bh, which offers a comprehensive overview of media information and development in the kingdom. The new portal, with links for services, including licences for audio

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Bahrain to stop news broadcasts on Arabsat

Bahrain news will soon no longer be broadcast on Arabsat in protest over its transmission of Iranian propaganda, the Information Affairs Authority (IAA) said. IAA decided to stop broadcasting from this Friday, in protest over "its failure

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Bahrain to boycott news broadcast on Arabsat

Bahrain news will soon no longer be broadcast on Arabsat in protest over its transmission of Iranian propaganda, the Information Affairs Authority (IAA) said. IAA decided to stop broadcasting from this Friday, in protest over 'its fail

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Bahrain set to launch new radio station

Bahrain will launch a new independent FM radio station early next month that will cater to the kingdom's Asian community, said a top official. The station on 104.2FM is being launched by the Talent Education Consultancy Company and wil

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Bahrain radio fest draws top Arab stars

A number of leading actors, filmmakers, screenwriters, creative crews and musicians from across the Arab world are in Bahrain to attend the 12th Gulf Radio and Television Festival. The star-studded event was officially launched at Bahrain

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Rotana, Alarab sign new headquarters deal

Bahrain’s Information Affairs Authority and Rotana Group have signed an agreement for Rotana and Alarab Channel headquarters’ new location in Manama. HRH Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Bin Abdulaziz Alsaud, chairman of Rotana Group, and the own

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Bahrain inks Al Hayat TV deal

Bahrain's Information Affairs Authority (IAA) general directorate of radio and television affairs and the Egyptian Al Hayat TV have signed an MoU on co-ordination in the audio-visual field. The memorandum is in line with the IAA’s keen

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Bahrain inks Al Hayat TV deal

Bahrain's Information Affairs Authority (IAA) general directorate of radio and television affairs and the Egyptian Al Hayat TV have signed an MoU on co-ordination in the audio-visual field. The memorandum is in line with the IAA’s keen

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Bahrain signs key deals to train radio, TV staff

Bahrain’s Information Affairs Authority (IAA) has signed contracts with several key international media firms to train staff and provide programming to improve Bahrain Radio and Television Corporation (BRTC) services. IAA president Shaikh

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Global press to attend unrest report launch

More than 60 foreign journalists will fly into Bahrain this week to cover the launch of a landmark report into unrest since February. The Bahrain Independent Commission of Inquiry (BICI) will publish the findings of its investigations on W

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