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He employed new employees and journalists, and changed the newspaper’s display and organization.
On July 18,Alwatan launched its Internet website and service, providing readers access to its articles. Arabic-language newspapers Newspapers published in Oman Publications established in establishments in Oman. Archived from the original on March 22, The study showed that ” Alwatan “supercedes all newspapers, Arab and non-Arab, in the Sultanate in the rates of readers of all ages.
It is now the sole historic reference on this growing momentum. Alwatan was founded in to be the first Omani newspaper. Below is information on the content of every page. Past, Present and Future.
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On the other hand, Omanis have found in it their long desired goal, giving it all interest. Archived from the original on April 9, The building, located at Al Azaiba area in Wilayat of Bousher in the governorate of Muscat, houses several departments: Over its long course, “Alwatan” had been printed in more than one Arab capital at the very beginnings of the blessed renaissance.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The number of workers with “Alwatan” amounts to persons.
Alwatan has been credited with the improvement of Omani arts and sports and is considered the only reliable source for the history of sports in Oman. Archived from the original on March 15, allwatan The first edition of Alwatan was issued in January 28,thus signifying the birth of the Omani press under the emblem “Voice of Oman in the Arab world”.
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InAlwatan switched to the Broadsheet format and set its slogan. Still, “Alwatan” is one of the leading newspapers in sponsoring the omam and sports movement in Oman by allocating large spaces for such activities in the Sultanate. Alwatan published its first issue from Oman on August 26, The newspaper’s departments include:. The logo also commemorates the sail, which is particularly valuable to the hearts of Omanis.
These studies have confirmed that ” Alwatan ” is the first newspaper in the Sultanate through distribution and polling rates. On 18 JulyAlwatan boldly stepped into the world of the Internet, keeping by its commitment to move forward on the road to development and promotion incessantly and assuring readers everywhere that it newsppaper to communicate with them without geographical boundaries.
Many academics based their master and doctorate theses on “Alwatan” issues over its long history. Alwatan is the only newspaper that has been coeval with the blessed Renaissance march under the leadership of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said.
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In addition, Alwatan provides advertising and social services for the public. In the s, it was printed in Beirut, and when the Lebanese civil war broke out, it moved to Cairo and then to Kuwait, and finally, the Sultanate.
InAlwatan increased the number of the newspaper’s pages and added new sections to celebrate the newspaper’s 30th anniversary. He is helped by a managing editor and a deputy managing editor.
The Aalwatan newspaper currently has 20 pages. Alwatan is and has always been keen on discovering the creations Omani writers and helping them to provide new and useful writings, ideas and views that contribute to the service of the nation. Alwatan was planned to be a daily newspaper but due to problems in printing it was published on a weekly basis in BeirutLebanon. CS1 Arabic-language sources ar Use mdy dates from September Pages using deprecated image syntax Articles containing Arabic-language text.