Media of Yemen Last updated on
Monday 26th April 2010
The newspapers are both private and state-controlled, but the broadcasting service that operates radio and television stations are state-controlled.
Radio broadcast stations
AM 6, FM 1, short-wave 2 (1998)
Television broadcast stations
7 (plus several low-power repeaters) (1997)
Internet Service Providers (ISP's)
Three dailies, four weeklies and four monthlies.
Three weeklies, one bi-monthly, eight monthlies and three quarterlies.
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