Media of Lebanon

Media of Lebanon Last updated on Wednesday 21st April 2010

Lebanese radio airs programmes in French and English. There are more than 10 TV stations broadcasting in Arabic, French and English at different times of the day.

There is no local English-language daily newspaper. However, newsagents stock an assortment of English and American dailies as well as weekly magazines such as Time, Newsweek and The Economist. A local English-language magazine, Monday Morning, is produced weekly and reviews local news and social events. The local French-language paper is L'Orient le Jour.

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