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Broadcasting Services of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Saudi Broadcasting Authority
Native name
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TypeGovernment-owned corporation
Founded13 July 2012
HeadquartersRiyadh
OwnerSaudi Government
Websitesba.sa

The Saudi Broadcasting Authority (SBA),[1] formerly Saudi Broadcasting Corporation (SBC) and the Broadcasting Services of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (BSKSA), is a governmental entity of Saudi Arabia, organized under the Ministry of Media.[2][3][4] BSKSA operates almost all broadcasting outlets in the Kingdom.[5]

Television stations

  • Al Saudiya -- The first and official channel of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia broadcasts three daily news briefings and as well as series and entertainment shows.
  • Al Ekhbariya -- The most important regional and international news
  • AlRiyadiya -- SPL League matches and the Saudi national team, as well as tournaments held in Saudi Arabia, such as the Spanish and Italian Super, and other events
  • SBC -- Entertainment, Sports,Drama, TV shows[6]
  • Quran TV -- live Stream from Masjid al-Haram
  • Sunnah TV -- live Stream from Masjid al-Nabawi

Radio stations

  • Saudi General Program (AKA Riyadh Radio, )
  • Saudi Second Program (AKA Jeddah Radio, )
  • Saudia Radio ( )
  • International Programs ( ? )
  • Holy Quran Radio ( )
  • Nedaa Al-Islam Radio ( ? ?)
  • Military Radio ( ?)

References

  1. ^ "Saudi Broadcasting Corporation changes to Saudi Broadcasting Authority". Saudi Gazette. 8 July 2018. Retrieved 2018.
  2. ^ "Saudi Broadcasting Corporation: Private Company Information". Bloomberg.com.
  3. ^ Broadcasting Services of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (BSKSA), Global Media Market Intelligence
  4. ^ http://www.saudinf.com/main/c6e.htm
  5. ^ Saudi Arabia country profile, BBC, 26 March 2011, retrieved
  6. ^ "SBC Trailer".

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