Launched in July of 1978 out of London, UK, Al Sharq Al Awsat is a leading Pan-Arab Arabic newspaper. The newspaper is of diversified content, covering regional politics, social issues, economic and business news, as well as sports and entertainment. In addition to 21 specialized supplement.
   
Launched in April of 1975 in Jeddah, Arab News is the first publication of the Group. Arab News is a leading English language newspaper in the Kingdom and the GCC. The newspaper is of diversified content, covering politics, social issues, economic and business news, as well as sports and entertainment. The paper targets English-speaking individuals in the GCC and the Arab world. No major local competitors currently exist.
   
Launched in January of 1987 in Riyadh, Al Riyadiah is an Arabic language daily newspaper with an exclusive focus on sports. The newspaper provides news coverage as well as research, analysis and commentary on domestic, regional and international sporting events. The paper targets primarily Saudi and GCC youths and sports enthusiasts. No major local competitors currently exist.
   
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 December of 1992 in Riyadh, Al Eqtisadiah is an Arabic language daily newspaper with an exclusive focus on economic and business news and analysis. The newspaper provides news coverage as well as research, analysis and commentary on domestic, regional and international economic and business-related events. The newspaper complements its coverage of regional business and economic news with translated extracts from major international business publications, including the Financial Times, the Harvard Business Review, INSEAD, and Frankfurter. The newspaper primarily targets professionals, investors, academics, and senior government employees in the Kingdom and the GCC. Additions are currently being undertaken to the newspaper, widening the geographic coverage to include the GCC, in order to expand the newspaper’s readership base. Being the only Saudi and regional daily newspaper with an exclusive focus on business and economics news and analysis. Al Eqtisadiah is currently the only specialized business and financial newspaper in the Kingdom.
   
Launched in September of 1994 in Riyadh, Malayalam is the only daily newspaper in the Kingdom to be published in the Malayalam language (specific to the Karallas area of India). The newspaper is of general content, providing news on political, social, sporting, economics and other developments, primarily on central Asian countries. The newspaper targets Indian individuals residing in the Kingdom. Malayalam is currently the only Malayalam language newspaper in the Kingdom.