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The Shoura Council is considering a proposal to force female TV anchors in the kingdom to observe a conservative, covered dress code that does not allow them to amplify their beauty
The general manager of Prince Alwaleed’s Alarab TV station, suspended on its second day of broadcasting from Bahrain, says it will resume without compromising its independent reporting standards
Press freedom deteriorated in all continents in 2014, including across much of the GCC, new analysis reveals
The manager of a satellite channel sacked her on the first day because she was "not presentable and her looks were not appealing"
Information Affairs Authority issues statement saying Alarab TV failed to obtain licensing approval, failed to meet standards
Saudi billionaire's investment firm reduces size of its stake in media giant, generating nearly $188m
Programming stops, reports claim stoppage is due to feature on Bahraini opposition
The outspoken prince’s new station is expected to compete against Al Jazeera & Al Arabiya, claims it will editorially independent.
A newspaper poll in the conservative kingdom shows two-thirds support a proposal to force female newsreaders to wear the black abaya, minimal makeup
Saudi billionaire's new 24-hour news channel was due to begin transmission before the end of 2014
Saudi royal sued US magazine over claims he dishonestly manipulated the share price of Kingdom Holding
Wesal TV office in Riyadh closed down for promoting violence, hatred and sectarian division
Revenue at the news and information unit, which includes Wall Street Journal and New York Post, fell about 3%
Wesal TV has long been accused of broadcasting programmes against Shi'ite Muslims
Sentences of between five and eight years handed down by Saudi court for messages on Twitter
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