Lebanon Media List including Blogs, Magazines, Newspapers, Radio and Television
Beirut, Oct. 02, (Arab Newswire) – The coastal country of Lebanon is located on the east of the Mediterranean sea and its capital city is Beirut. The population is about 7 million. The inhabitants are largely Lebanese and Palestinian Arabs, Armenians, Kurds and other Arabs. Arabic is the official language of the Lebanese people, but English and French is widely used. Hence, their major publications in Arabic are Al-Nahar and Al-Safir in Arabic; while L’Orient-Le Jour and The Daily Star are in French and English respectively.
Nonetheless, the Lebanese people enjoy a wide array of media that include blogs, magazines, newspapers, online news sites, radio and television stations. To this regard, Arab Newswire
Al Imar Wa Iktissad
Al Ousbou Al Arabi
La Revue du Liban
Le Commerce du Levant
L’Orient Le Jour
National News Agency
Only Lebanon News
Lebanese media covers local, national and international news including the country’s businesses, political and socio-economic issues. In 2018, the country had a estimated nominal GDP of $54 billion. In recent years, however, the country has experienced failing economy that is said to be contracted by 12 percent. Current life changing events such as the Corona Virus and Beirut explosion has a negative impact in the country.
While Lebanon is experiencing economic difficulty, the news media continue to report on current events. To publish and distribute press releases to media outlets in Lebanon, please contact Arab Newswire
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