Media in Kuwait

Media in Kuwait Last updated on Tuesday 20th April 2010

There are seven newspapers distributed in Kuwait. Five are in Arabic and two -- the Arab Times and the Kuwait Times -- are in English. Various other weekly and monthly publications are also available in addition to a number of foreign periodicals.

Kuwait Television has three channels: one in Arabic, one in English as well as a sports channel. There is also the Kuwait Satellite Channel which began transmission on the 4::SUP

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