Launched in February of 1980 in Riyadh, Al Majalla is a monthly Arabic language magazine, focusing on political, economic and business news, with a fully translated section from the Economist. The weekly magazine targets the elite segments of the Kingdom and other Arab countries.
   
Launched in May of 1992 in Riyadh, Arrajol is a male-oriented Arabic-language monthly magazine, focusing on the male lifestyle in the Arab world. The magazine contains articles and information of interest to men, including fashion, automotive news, and others. As such, the magazine’s target audience is the adult male population of the Kingdom and the Arab world.
   
Launched in September of 1987 in Riyadh, Basim, published in Arabia, focuses on educational and entertainment contents targeting younger generations. The weekly magazine targets the youth (between the ages of 4 and 15) in the Kingdom.
   
Launched in August of 1992 in Riyadh, Hia is a female-oriented Arabic-language monthly magazine, focusing on the female lifestyle in the Arab world. The magazine contains articles and information of interest to women, including fashion, beautify, health, and others. As such, the magazine’s target audience is the adult female population of the Kingdom and the Arab world.
   
Launched in October of 1994 in Riyadh, Aljamila is a female-oriented Arabic-language monthly magazine, focusing on general topics of interest to younger women, including social, beauty, fashion, and health matters. The magazine’s target audience includes, to a great extent, the female teenagers and young adults in the Kingdom and the Arab world.
   
Launched in March of 1981 in Riyadh, Sayidati is a weekly Arabic language magazine, focusing primarily on Arabic social and family affairs. The weekly targets primarily families, with a focus on conscious housewives.
   
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