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Saudi Arabia hosts the Arab Radio and Television Festival for its 22nd session in Riyadh

Saudi Arabia hosts the Arab Radio and Television Festival for its 22nd session in Riyadh

The organizing committee of the 22nd Arab Radio and Television Festival received 5,000 participants through the website, in addition to 500 media professionals from around the world.

This radio and television festival is in its 22nd session, which is hosted by the capital, Riyadh, and will start on the ninth of November.

The festival’s guests flocked from the Arab States Broadcasting Union to participate in this prestigious media event.

It will witness the launch of many initiatives and partnerships aimed at strengthening the Arab media industry.

The festival brings together Arab creators, officials, and professionals working in the audio-visual sector, and actors in the fields of sound, image, communications, and modern technologies.

The festival includes the Radio and Television Week Exhibition, with the participation of member organizations, television networks, private radio stations, international Arabic-speaking channels, and others.

It also includes holding more than 30 workshops and accompanying sessions, which will discuss all topics related to television and radio production, sports media, and stardom.

The festival will also include sessions on the participation of women and their role in cinema and their issues throughout history, as well as filmmaking and independent media work.

The festival will open in Riyadh, at the Hilton Airport Hotel, with an artistic ceremony honoring several media and artistic figures who have influenced the Arab arena with their audio-visual productions for several years.

The festival crowns the winners of the television and radio competitions; where the qualitative committees announce the winners of more than 60 prizes between gold and silver.

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