Al Hayat is a Pan-Arab International daily newspaper, published 365 days per year.
Al Hayat was founded in Lebanon in 1946, and ceased publication in 1976 due to the civil strife in Lebanon. In 1988 the newspaper was re-launched internationally from London.
Al Hayat is the most widely quoted independent Pan-Arab newspaper dealing with Middle Eastern Affairs. Its European base grants it more freedom in conveying ideas and communicating concerns to support views within the mainstream Arab thinking.
Al Hayat has a network of offices and correspondents throughout the Arab world and in major world centers.
The newspaper is printed simultaneously in London, Frankfurt, New York, Riyadh, Jeddah, Dammam, Dubai, Beirut and Cairo, and distributed in more than 34 markets throughout the Arab world, Europe and the United States.
In January 2005, Al Hayat launched its three-pronged Saudi Arabia edition; Riyadh, Jeddah, Dammam. The three editions encompass a common international content with additional regional news for each of the three main regions of the Kingdom.
Al Hayat is also available via a “Print-on-Demand” network, a new technology delivering the paper digitally to remote locations around the world.
Al Hayat online edition www.alhayat.com provides around-the clock news coverage and analysis, in addition to an English translation of its major “Opinion” columns and articles.
Al Hayat is using multi-digital platforms to reach its readers wherever they live, work or travel – online, mobile devices and tablets.
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