Oman Daily Observer
This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. (Learn how and when to remove these template messages)(Learn how and when to remove this template message)
Oman Daily Observer front page excerpt, 13 January 2007
|Owner(s)||Oman Establishment for Press, News Publication and Advertising (OEPPA), Ministry of Information|
|Founded||1 November 1981|
Known for its objective reporting, the newspaper does not take sides in its editorials and reportage. Despite overwhelming focus on the rights and welfare of the Omani population, of which a considerable percentage is the youth, the paper does not shed its responsibility towards the well-being of the large number of expatriate population.
History and profile
Established on November 15, 1981, Oman Daily Observer, as it is officially called, is a widely respected broadsheet and one of the old newspapers from the GCC's second largest country. It is the only English-language newspaper to be published on all seven days in Oman as its three competitors have no edition during weekends.
The 'Observer' focuses on local, national, regional and international news covering current affairs, business, and sports. It also pays special attention to Oman’s economic development, highlighting the country’s natural, historical and cultural wealth. In an era where even conventional newspapers resort to sensationalism and activism for readership and social media follower-ship, The Observer believes in the fact that the media's primary role is to report news as it happens, without being judgmental.
Dr Abdulmunim bin Mansour bin Said al Hasani, Minister of Information, is the chairman of the Board of Directors, Abdullah Salim al Shueili is Editor-in-Chief.
The editorial policy is to present the fact as it is without making an attempt to interpret to the tastes and needs of readers. Oman Daily Observer is the country's only national paper for its role in highlighting the country's all-round development, at the same time not shying away from its responsibility of bringing out the grievances and concerns of the society, including that of various communities that co-exist peacefully in Oman.
- "Oman Daily Observer". pressreader.com. Retrieved 31 May 2017.