TAKREEM wishes to acknowledge the important role played by our partners in the corporate world and media. 
We are honored to have the active support of organizations whose praxis in corporate social responsibility reflect our own aspirations and help reinforce the principles of TAKREEM. 

Strategic Partners



  • CNN

    CNN’s portfolio of news and information services is available in seven different languages across all major TV, digital and mobile platforms reaching more than 425 million households around the globe. CNN International is the number one international TV news channel according to all major media surveys across Europe, the Middle East and Africa, the Asia Pacific region and Latin America and has a US presence which includes CNNgo. CNN Digital is a leading network for online news, mobile news and social media. CNN is at the forefront of digital innovation and continues to invest heavily in expanding its digital global footprint, with a suite of award-winning digital properties and a range of strategic content partnerships, commercialised through a strong data-driven understanding of audience behaviors. Over the years CNN has won multiple prestigious awards around the world for its journalism. CNN has 41 editorial offices and more than 1,100 affiliates worldwide through CNN Newsource. CNN International is part of Turner, a Time Warner company.

  • France 24
    France 24

    France 24, the international news channel, broadcasts 24/7 to 300 million homes around the world in French, Arabic and English. Its three channels have a combined weekly viewership of 45.9 million viewers. From its newsroom in Paris, France 24 gives a French perspective on global affairs through a network of 142 correspondent bureaus located around the world. It is available via cable, satellite, DTT, ADSL, on mobile phones, tablets and connected TVs, as well as on YouTube. Every month, France 24’s new media platforms attract 13.2 million visits, 12.3 million video views (2014 average) and 14.4 million followers on social media (as of March 2015).

  • TV5 Monde
    TV5 Monde

    Launched in January 1984, TV5MONDE – the world’s cultural channel in French – is one of the oldest cable TV and FTA channels worldwide as well as one of the largest 24/7 channels.
    TV5MONDE broadcasts in French and offers a wide variety of exclusive, subtitled prime-time films, world-class sports events, high-quality documentaries, children’s programs, cooking and design lessons, in addition to exciting game shows and in- depth coverage of international news.

    With a network of 11 channels reaching 290 million homes worldwide on all platforms with local and international programs, subtitled in 15 languages, TV5MONDE is able to reach the world’s business and cultural elite as well as the vast global community of Francophiles.

    TV5MONDE have a dedicated channel for the Arab World TV5MONDE MAGHREB ORIENT subtitled in Arabic.
    STYLE HD is the latest channel launched by TV5MONDE in April 2015.

  • OSN

    OSN is the ultimate destination for the widest choice of brand new premium Western, Arabic, South Asian (Hindi, Urdu, Bengali, Malayalam and Tamil) and Filipino entertainment in the Middle East and Africa. It is the home to over 150 channels and services filled with great value entertainment, offering viewers in the MENA region exclusive access to the latest blockbuster movies, top rated series, sports, documentaries, news, kid’s entertainment and live talk shows. The movie offering includes over a 100 uncut and uninterrupted movie premieres a month. It boasts the most comprehensive portfolio of exclusive rights from all the major studios including Warner Brothers, Paramount, Fox, Disney, Sony, MGM, NBC Universal, HBO and DreamWorks and offers access to the world’s leading television brands including Disney channel, Sky News, Discovery Network and National Geographic.

    As the leader in innovation, OSN has changed the TV viewing experience by bringing quality entertainment through 65 High Definition channels and is currently the only network offering a full HD bouquet of channels as well as 3D entertainment in the region. It was the first to launch the OSN DVR HD; the regions first online TV platform, OSN Play; the regions first 3D, HD, internet enabled satellite receiver and recorder, OSN Plus HD and the region’s first VOD service, OSN on Demand offering viewers the opportunity to watch over 1000 movies and 52 latest seasons of the top series, all available in full HD quality and Dolby Digital sound.

    The OSN platform is owned and operated by Panther Media Group Limited; a company registered in DIFC, and is owned by KIPCO and Mawarid Group Limited.


  • Al Kahera Wal Nas
    Al Kahera Wal Nas

    In 2009, a regional TV station like no other was launched in Egypt. It was founded by Tarek Nour a man who is considered responsible for starting the creative advertising industry in the region. Earning the title of “The boldest channel in the Middle East”, Al Kahera Walnas is a success story that has been built on creativity, innovation, unique content, a strong brand and a genuinely different approach to politics and entertainment in the Middle East and North Africa. Covering a footprint of over 300million viewers, Al Kahera Walnas has created household names of countless talented journalists and entertainers and is a leader in both the key “influential” and “female” demographics. The station continues to be on the cutting edge of bold television with original programming that speaks to the audiences’ minds region wide


  • Future TV
    Future TV

    Future Television (FTV) is a Lebanese owned and operated company founded in 1993. It was launched with an eccentric funky look, extensive family programming, an Oriental-Western promotional blend and a diversity of public awareness messages and quickly became the nation’s fastest growing station, supported by a large capital contribution, advanced technology, wide coverage and excellent image quality. In October 1994, FTV started trial satellite broadcasting. Shortly after and following the huge success of the initial experiment, FTV launched Future International.

    FTV was the first Lebanese television company to establish a presence on the World Wide Web in March 1996. In 2012, Future Network decided to unify FTV and the Future News channel and to re-launch Future TV with a fresh new image, a station full of charismatic figures, innovative ideas and successful programs.

  • Al Hayat
    Al Hayat

    Al Hayat is a Pan-Arab International newspaper published daily with a circulation of 267,370 copies. Founded in Lebanon in 1946, Al Hayat ceased publication in 1976 due to the country’s civil strife. It was re-launched internationally in London in 1988. Al Hayat is the most widely quoted independent Pan-Arab newspaper dealing with Middle Eastern affairs. Its European base grants it the freedom to convey ideas, communicate concerns, and support views found within mainstream Arab thinking.

    Al Hayat has a network of offices and correspondents throughout the Arab world and in international metropolises. The newspaper is printed in London, Frankfurt, Saudi Arabia, Dubai, Beirut and Cairo, and distributed in more than 30 markets. In 2005, Al Hayat launched its three-pronged Saudi Arabia edition; Riyadh, Jeddah, Dammam.  The three editions encompass a common international content with additional regional news for each one of the three regions.

    Al Hayat is available via a “Print-on-Demand” network, delivering the paper to remote locations around the world.

    Al Hayat uses multi-digital platforms to reach its readers whether at home or away on their mobile devices and tablets

  • Al Masry Al Youm
    Al Masry Al Youm

    Al Masry Al Youm is considered one of the most influential newspapers in Egypt with the highest circulation and the second largest online news traffic. The reason for such high reach lays in its ability to cover news objectively, its special attention to governorates’ news, fostering unprecedented spaces for photojournalism and being home for wide range of prominent opinion writers representing different schools of thought. AlMasry AlYoum’s vision is to be the most reliable source of information in Egypt while its mission is to create, provide, and be a platform for premium content in all forms of media.

  • Alyawm al7
    Alyawm al7

    Youm7 is an online as well as daily print newspaper published by the Egyptian Company for Press, Publication and Advertisement. Launched as a weekly newspaper in October 2008, Youm7 became a daily newspaper starting in May 2011. The newspaper and its online news website are committed to the Code of Ethics stated by the Egyptian Supreme Press Council. Absolute credibility, an in-depth analysis and coverage along with transparency in broadcasting news are among Youm7’s basic principles.

    Youm7 believes these norms serve as the bridge between the publication and its readers. Without any political and partisan affiliations or ideological and doctrinal biases, Youm7 believes in a civil state that considers law its first reference; separates between powers and adopts democratic-based policies and freedom in economy aiming to achieve social development and stability. Youm7 not only addresses the Egyptian elite in political and economic arena but also extends to several intellectual segments of the Egyptian middle class. The newspaper also provides useful information and up-to-date news that meets the demands of all Egyptian segments along with entertainment-based news.
  • Al Anbaa
    Al Anbaa
    Al Anbaa is one of the leading and cutting-edge Kuwaiti newspapers, valued for its innovation and diversity. With its high quality journalism and exclusive interviews, Al Anbaa is perceived as a voice of truth and moderation
  • Laha

    Launched in 2000, Laha magazine stands out to Arab women, offering inspirational lifestyle oriented content week after week.

    Keeping on top of the latest seasonal trends, Laha also offers periodic supplements providing in-depth coverage on watches and jewelry, weddings, cooking, fashion, beauty and more.

    Laha readership can best be described as being pragmatic, educated, fashionable, and influential.



    Valeurs Actuelles is the weekly French magazine with the fastest-growing distribution that targets French readers with high purchasing power. It addresses the societal, political and economic themes, and discusses the French and international current affairs. Since 2015, Valeurs Actuelles is owned by Iskandar Safa who bought the Valmonde group which also includes Jours de Chasse and Jours de Cheval magazines

  • Hia

    HIA magazine has been true to its mission and identity since its launching in London in 1992. Since then, HIA magazine has been playing a pivotal role in broadening the horizons of the Arab woman and in helping her fulfill her potential. It has exclusively interviewed some of the most important and successful Arab women who have had a considerable impact on changing the path of other Arab women.

    HIA magazine targets the sophisticated modern lady who keeps up with everything new. It is her guide to all things refined in the world of fashion, beauty and jewelry. HIA magazine distinguishes itself from other Arab magazines, thanks to a topnotch team of editors and experts in different fields, especially in fashion, beauty, jewelry and health. Hence, it has been able to match international magazines, thanks to the quality of its editorial material, which has in turn boosted the magazine’s trustworthiness and credibility among its readers and advertisers.

    According to the major international statistics companies (PARK and IPSOS), HIA magazine still tops the list of best Arab monthly magazines. In addition, significant fashion houses and cosmetic companies around the world consider it “the leading Arab monthly magazine” and a favorite among Arab women. 


  • Trends

    TRENDS is the leading magazine on Arab affairs in the Mena region. The magazine provides business leaders with critical insight and indepth analysis of issues and developments in the Middle East, while forming opinions on business, social, political and economic matters. Delivering sterling information and analysis on the region for more than 15 years, Trends has established itself as the premier source for Arab affairs. 

  • Saneou Al Hadath
    Saneou Al Hadath

    Saneou Al Hadath is a unique monthly Arabic business magazine, addressing middle- and top-level managers in the Middle East interested in daily business issues. Offering a lively look at the entrepreneurs who have helped build empires, Saneou Al Hadath connects the business and human aspects of commerce and helps business relationships and recognise the achievements of companies. Explaining the economy in a unique, clear and simple way has become its trademark. For the fifth consecutive year, Saneou Al Hadath has been ranked as the No.1 magazine in its category by Ipsos-Stat.

  • Arabies

    Founded in 1987 in Paris, Arabies is the leading French-language magazine dedicated to North Africa. It is an influential and well-informed reference shaping opinions of the Arab world in French-speaking Europe, North America and North Africa. A heady mix of politics, business and culture, Arabies targets high-level officials and businessmen. It is focused on Algeria, Tunisia and Morocco, but offers insights into key issues affecting the rest of the Arab world. Arabies is the French connection for those seeking a better understanding of this vibrant and rapidly evolving region of the world. 

  • Monte Carlo Doualiya
    Monte Carlo Doualiya


    Monte Carlo Doualiya is a French radio station that broadcasts in Arabic from Paris to the Middle East as well as Mauritania, Djibouti, and South Sudan via medium wave, FM, satellite and partner radio stations. It provides news bulletins with a strong focus on live broadcasts, culture, and interaction with listeners. Its editorial team and worldwide network of correspondents provide coverage of world news to 7.3 million listeners every week. The station is also accessible via its website, which is one of the most modern all Arabic-language sites, its app, and through a range of cable and satellite packages. MCD attract more than 700,000 visits (2014 average) to its new media platforms every month and has 2 million followers on social media (as of March 2015).


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