Creative City

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Creative City
Free Economic Zone
Founded 2005; 13 years ago (2005)
Headquarters Fujairah City, United Arab Emirates
Key people
Amgad Badar Shurrab (Managing Director)[citation needed]
Owner Fujairah Government

Creative City (aka Fujairah Creative CityFCC) is a media free zone government-owned company in Fujairah, United Arab Emirates.

Overview[edit]

FCC was launched by Fujairah Media[1][2][3][4][5] as an alternative to Dubai Media City,[6] aims to attract regional and international broadcast TV and radio providers to Fujairah in the United Arab Emirates, while also providing creative media-related services.

The first phase of the development secured US$50 million.[when?][citation needed] The free zone will be a 200,000 m² complex and will be located alongside the Sheikh Khalifa Highway, in turn connecting it to the Emirates Road leading to Dubai. The first phase was completed in 2007.[7]

The following types of licenses will be available in Fujairah Creative City:[6]

  1. Publishing
  2. Management of broadcasting
  3. Marketing and Media Services
  4. Music and Entertainment
  5. Consultancy
  6. Broadcasting
  7. Production/Post production/Filming
  8. Information Technology Services

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