Sky News Arabia partners with Egypt-based Al Ahram

Strategic media partnership aimed towards broadening scope of programming
(R-L) Mohammed Abdulhadi, Nart Bouran, Ahmad Sayed Al Najjar and Mostafa Al Saeed.
(R-L) Mohammed Abdulhadi, Nart Bouran, Ahmad Sayed Al Najjar and Mostafa Al Saeed.

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A high-level delegation from Egypt-based Al Ahram Establishment visited the headquarters of Sky News Arabia in Abu Dhabi to sign a strategic media partnership that will see the two sides to sharing knowledge, expertise, and build synergies in training, advertising and programming.

The agreement was signed by Ahmad Sayed Al Najjar, chairman of Al Ahram Establishment and Nart Boran, head of Sky News Arabia in the presence of Mohammed Abdulhadi, chief editor, Al Ahram newspaper and Mostafa Al Saeed, editorial director, Sky News Arabia.

During their visit, the Al Ahram delegation toured the Sky News Arabia offices and viewed the operations of different departments at the 24-hour news channel.

Al Ahram is Egypt’s largest news organisation and publishes of one of the Middle East’s oldest newspapers - the Al-Ahram daily, which has been in publication since 1875.

Sky News Arabia is a fully integrated rolling source of breaking news using a combination of its HD TV channel as well as online and mobile applications. The channel broadcasts live 24/7 in Native HD in the MENA region and has 20 MENA bureaus, as well as two international bureaus in London and Washington, DC, and access to 10 Sky News international bureaus.

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