Al-Reyadha Wa Al-Shabab - magazine? This censorship is somewhat nebulous as it is driven internally by the media, rather than from an explicit external instruction not to publish bad news about the UAE at least not a public proclamation to make it clear what is permitted and what is not.
Usually there is a weekly apology sarcastic from a concerned driver holding up dark tinted vehicles in the fast lane of the Sheikh Zayed Road, a daily question about a labour or salary related matter, regular arguments about women vs men drivers, and the rest of the time advice about appropriate clothing to wear in a shopping mall.
Revived as The Pan Arabian Enquirer in Launched 17 April with the expectation of not suffering from government, er, self-censorship, as other newspapers in the region allegedly do. Prices are steep though - 2 to 4 times what they cost in the country of origin.
Biggest selection of classifieds - property, cars, jobs. Launched 10 Maypublished every Sunday. For accurate and objective information, the newswires AP, AFP, Bloomberg, and Reuters seem to be about the most balanced although Bloomberg and Reuters focus more on the business and financial world.
Online has daily updates, mostly secondary versions of stories in other newspapers "A report in the blahblahblah daily today said Ask the Law free legal advice section: Otherwise, the UAE is relatively tolerant when it comes to news access on the internet even Israeli newspaper website access was freed up inor buying overseas publications.
The daily launched video news in its online edition in the second part of the s, being among the first in the region. Sport - daily sports newspaper to be published in Abu Dhabi by Gulf Sports Media, launch date expected to be late About 7 Days at www.
Deputy Editor-in-Chief Alexander Yu. Six days a week not Saturdays until 15 November Or bad news will be spun in a more positive light. Or something like that. Emirates Today discontinued December - a bit like 7 Days but much less provocative, and articles sometimes had more depth or padding.
We strongly believe that media is the mirror of the nation. Most locally published newspapers are 2 dhs each, and have been for many years. Kipp Report - seems to be mostly a rehash of other newspaper stories from the UAE and Middle East but sometimes with an interesting point of view.
An earlier Fun Drive was recorded in the Guinness Book of Records as being a significant first achievement. Retrieved 11 July Letters to the Editor The letters page is often a popular source of conversation amongst expats, many of whom probably look at the letters before reading anything else in a Dubai newspaper.
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As they themselves say We are not a newspaper Went online only from 01 July A description that many would apply to journalists and newspapers anywhere in the world.
There are very few, if any, news sources that are not accessible online. Atallah Muhammad Habib, Editor-in-Chief: Gulf News also sponsors an evening of horse racing at Nad Al Sheba, with each race being named after one of its titles.
Al Alam - weekly Arabic language newspaper based in Dubai, launched 05 April Your Life see Magazines in Dubai. Seemed to be weekly in mid or not delivered to our location 4 out of 5 days per week but then back to 5 days per week Once or twice a week.
Emarat Times - Arabic enewspaper launched 01 Juneavailable online only www. The first online edition of Gulf News was launched on 1 September Muscat Daily brings the Latest News, Top headlines, data and information on Oman & its government, crime, tourism, culture, expats, foreign relations, oil and gas.
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7 Days - see heading below. but their reporting is still a long way from the bluntness with which journalists in many other countries write their articles. Some of .Download