Anadolu World Report News Package will deliver news dedicated to Islamic world
WASHINGTON – Anadolu Agency is set to launch a new package focused solely on the Islamic world.
The Anadolu World Report News Package that will be introduced Saturday will deliver political, economic, cultural and social news to its subscribers in English, Arabic and Turkish.
Subscribers will be able to easily follow important and breaking news in the Islamic world, watch live broadcasts, track an events calendar and have access to exclusive interviews with Muslim leaders conducted by Anadolu Agency’s extensive regional and global network of journalists.
In addition to analytical reports, a constantly updated searchable and indexed photography catalogue and collections will also be available in which subscribers can view images related to important programs and dates in the Islamic world and watch edited videos.
Anadolu Agency’s Deputy Director General and Editor-in-Chief Metin Mutanoglu, Sales Marketing and Business Development Director Nedim Kaya, News Academy Coordinator Umit Sonmez and representatives from the company’s New York and Washington DC offices will attend the launch of the news service during the 41st annual convention of the Islamic Circle of North America – Muslim American Society (ICNA-MAS) in Baltimore, Maryland.
The convention runs May 28 – 30 and will bring together American and Canadian Muslim organizations.
Some of the topics to be addressed include the challenges of Muslims living in North America, Islamophobia and discrimination and how to deal with problems Muslims face on a daily basis.
The Islamic Circle of North America was established in 1968 in response to a growing need for a supportive Muslim community.
Founded in 1993, the Muslim American Society has more than 50 offices in the U.S. that organize charitable, religious, social, cultural, and educational events.
Article Courtesy: Anadolu Agency
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