Prince Badr bin Abdullah said the new website is a part of the efforts by SRMG to boost its electronic platforms with more languages to reach all categories of readers. It also comes within a series of measures to enhance the electronic arms and publications of the group, he said. He stressed the importance of keeping up with the pace of development in the media industry, of which SRMG is one of the key investors. The new website will primarily depend on photos, and will merge some sections and focus on issues of the Arab region in a manner that will reach Western and English readers in a fast and simple way, he said. In addition to the site, the interface with smart phones has been updated and linked directly to social media accounts in an interactive manner, which will enable the reader to make prompt comments and interactions, he said.
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ASHARQ AL AWSAT NEWSPAPER
A pioneer of the "off-shore" model in the Arabic press, the paper is often noted for its distinctive green-tinted pages. The New York Times in called Asharq al-Awsat "one of the oldest and most influential in the region". Launched in London in , and printed on four continents in 14 cities. The paper's first editor-in-chief Jihad Khazen,  now a columnist and editor emeritus for the rival pan-Arab daily Al-Hayat , gave credit to Hisham Hafiz , with the subsequent support of his brother Mohammed Ali Hafez, for the initial idea of establishing an Arabic-language newspaper in London. After the news of the paper's first big scoop regarding the formation of the U.
Asharq Al-Awsat English website launched