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BBCArabic.com launches new delivery offer

BBCArabic.com, the online Arabic portal of BBC World Wide introduced a new service in August to supply information and news wires to business portals and Internet sites in the Middle East.

BBCArabic.com, the online Arabic portal of BBC World Wide introduced a new service in August to supply information and news wires to business portals and Internet sites in the Middle East.

The new service comes on the back the initial launch of the BBC Arabic.com’s first bilingual, multimedia online partnership in the region with Dubai Media City.

The Arabic language site provides coverage of international and regional news regarding the Arab world. The news service comprises politics, health, technology and education, in addition to live and on demand audio streaming from BBC Arabic radio and video capability.

Commenting on the announcement, Hosam El Sokkari, head of BBCArabic.com said “There is a demand amongst the business community in the Middle East for an authoritative online news and content delivery.”

“BBCArabic.com, as the leading online news and information provider in Arabic, is ideally placed to respond to the increasingly sophisticated and complex information needs of businesses and companies in the region,” he added.

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