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In light of these findings, it can be argued that the more readers are satisfied with a newspaper’s coverage of certain topics, the more frequently they read the form of journalistic writing that relates to these topics, and vice versa.
This page was last edited on 16 Augustat InSultan Qaboos bin Said took johrnal throne an is still in power and started the renaissance of modern Oman. This page was last edited on 9 Mayat Socialist Union of Popular Forces. Despite the death of some newspapers in places like North America and Europe, they actually continued to grow in other parts of the world such as Africa, Asia and South America.
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Respondents were more satisfied with newspapers’ coverage of local news, sports, ads, Arab news and international news, respectively. As a result, the first newspaper to appear in Oman was the privately owned Alwatanestablished by the Al- Taee family in The differences in the mean scores of the four newspapers were statistically significant in the three previously mentioned areas, especially between Alshabiba and Times of Oman.
It should be noted that Makkawi and Al-Abd conducted their studies before the advent of the internet to Oman and at a time when satellite channels had just started to stream in. Outline Index Category Portal. Students were asked to rank in a descending order the importance of 9 personal and mass media. These are average issue readership which in itself includes another five subcategories, reach or the circulation audience, frequency, the Startch method, readers per copy and eye tracking.
Oman and Alwatan also went layout and design changes several years ago including the logo and appearance of their mastheads. Reasons for preferring certain newspapers were writing style, habitual, accessibility to the paper, different views and in depth analysis, respectively. The most recent Arabic dailies are Alr’oyah, which was launched in by Arro’yah Establishment for Press and Publishing and Azzaman in Cities Provinces Regions Western Sahara.
Al Ahdath Al Maghribia. The following section discusses readership measurement, the data gathering instrument and its variables. Amongst free weekly tabloids, Futoon appeared to be the most read publication Hard news, whether international, regional or local, was the most read item followed by soft news, sport, religious and scientific topics. It differs from other newspapers in its news writing style and its focus on human interests.
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Le Journal de Tanger. Their mean scores are higher than those of readers aged thirty one years old and above. The Audience Dialogue website defines readership as “the number of readers of a newspaper, magazine, etc which can only be assessed by a survey” Audience Dialogue, 26th June The paper was started by the entrepreneur Eisa bin Mohamed Al-Zidjali in However, Al-Abdconducted the first readership study in Oman.
Other print media industries in the Arab region have downsized their operation and went through a redundancy plan Op cit: The settlement of Omanis in Africa contributed to the establishment of newspapers in Zanzibar as early aswhen Alnajah success was established by Abu Muslim Al-Bahlani.
Oman is located on the southeast coast of the Arabian Peninsula, bordering Saudi Arabia in the west, United Arab Emirates in the north, Yemen in the south and Oman and Arab sea in the east. Newspapers design and layout refers to colors, fonts, spaces and arrangements and presentation of the editorial and non-editorial content in the pages of the newspaper. Global advertising revenue made by the internet during the yearsand accounted for 10, 12 and 14 percent, respectively.
In contrast, the shares of newspapers for the same years were 25, 23 and 22 percent. Oman was published weekly every Saturday untiland began to appear daily only in Ina new era for journalism had just begun, but this time in mainland Oman. This is not true from a legal perspective, but private newspapers are not strictly obliged to reflect the official viewpoints in all matters as do the public ones.
These results encourage future researches to thoroughly examine and study the factors that shape readers’ perceptions and images of different media in Oman. Readership and circulation are expected to be indicative of each other, however, it is very difficult to rely on the circulation figures of most Almzssae print media because they are not audited.
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Intwo international media research companies, Effective Measure and Spot On PR, studied between 9th — 12th Julyinternet users’ exposure to other print and electronic media in the Arab world. Because it is the capital, Aomassae from different regions come to Muscat for work and for study, and a great deal of them make it a second place of residency.
It also dedicates a section to youth news and activities, especially those of college and university students. Alshabiba began as a sport magazine until it stopped in