The aim is to make Saudi Arabia an attractive investment destination, while also fostering talent and strengthening the national economy.
The General Authority for Media Regulation (GAMR) in Saudi Arabia has officially inaugurated the Media System project on the Reconnaissance platform, marking a significant milestone in the Kingdom’s efforts to revamp its media landscape, according to a report by Arab News.
Dr Abdullatif Al-Abdullatif, the acting CEO of GAMR, introduced the project, underscoring its pivotal role in organising and empowering the media sector.
The Media System project is designed to bolster the competitiveness of the media industry by elevating the quality of content, creating an environment that attracts talent and investment, and establishing Saudi Arabia as a hub for media innovation. The overarching goal is to position the Kingdom as an attractive destination for investors while concurrently supporting the development of local talent and contributing to the national economy.
Al-Abdullatif emphasised that this initiative is an integral part of a comprehensive strategy aimed at enhancing the regulatory framework within the media sector.
The launch of the Media System project is a testament to GAMR’s commitment to improving the media environment, which is enriched by soliciting input from industry stakeholders and the general public.
Al-Abdullatif extended an open invitation to all interested parties, specialists, and partners to actively engage with the project and share their valuable insights.