Radio Sawa (Arabic: راديو سوا) is a 24-hour 7-day-a-week Arabic language radio station broadcasting in the Arab world. The station is a service of the Middle East Broadcasting Networks, Inc., which also operates Alhurra Television and is publicly funded by the Broadcasting Board of Governors and the U.S. Congress. The word “sawa” (سوا, IPA: [ˈsæwæ, ˈsawa]) means “together” in many spoken Arabic dialects.
AlAyam (meaning The Days in English) is an Arabic newspaper published in Bahrain and based in Manama. AlAyam Publishing was established on 7 March 1989, by a group of young Bahraini journalists which was unique in the Arab world. It is founded by the former information minister, Nabeel Al Hamer.
Al Bilad (in Arabic البلاد meaning The Country) is an Arabic daily newspaper published in Bahrain.
Al Wasat was established in 2002. The newspaper was established after the early reforms adopted by King Hamad bin Isa. Allowing a key oppositional figure to establish this newspaper was seen as a key event in the opening up of society. Before Al Wasat was established, Bahrain had only two Arabic newspapers, Akhbar Al Khaleej and Al Ayam, both of which were viewed as extremely pro-government. Its founders are Mansoor Al-Jamri and leading personalities from the Bahraini private sector. Al-Jamri is the editor-in-chief since the foundation of the newspaper in 2002.He was temporarily forced out of his position between 3 April 2011 until 4 August 2011 during a government’s crackdown
The Gulf Daily News is an English-language newspaper published in the Kingdom of Bahrain by Al Hilal Group. It is distributed locally in Bahrain. It is owned by the Al Hilal Group, which publishes 13 other newspapers and magazines, including the local Arabic newspaper Akhbar Al Khaleej. The paper, which is one of six daily newspapers in Bahrain, calls itself “The Voice of Bahrain”. The name is abbreviated the GDN.