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 –
Simoco Group, a leading mobile radio specialist, has won a five-year contract to deliver an advanced digital mobile radio (DMR) solution with its partner United Commercial Agencies (UCA) for the Bahrain International Airport.
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
Bahrain's leading telecom services operator Batelco said its Maritime Operating Centre (MOC) has won global recognition as the main Maritime Station for the Middle East region for co-ordinating all safety and distress messages over the last
Star FM, an Abu Dhabi-based radio channel, is set to participate in the International Radio Festival to be held in Switzerland from September 4 to 8.
The station will broadcast its daily morning programme ‘Sabaho’ live
Inmarsat, a leading provider of global mobile satellite communications services, has launched its L-Tac service on-the-move.
The company successfully demonstrated the ability of the service to receive communication in vehicles tra
Sharjah Media Corporation (SMC) will unveil its special Ramadan programmes to be broadcast on its three main channels; Sharjah TV, Sharjah Radio and Sharjah Sports Channel, during a special ceremony on June 12.
The new programmes
More Bahrainis read newspapers, books and magazines and listened to the radio compared to the rest of the Arab world, despite a major spike in Internet surfing across the region, a report said.
However, the Internet has become the
Bahrain-based Unisono, a leading independent creative agency, has announced the launch of its television and radio division.
The division is to be headed by Julia Klein, who has more than 25 years of experience in the film and television i
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