Dubai Media Corporation is one of the biggest media corporations in the United Arab Emirates. Dubai Media Corporation has its great mark on the regional front. The corporation’s main mission is building its image base more efficiently and effectively in Arab countries.
Dubai Media City (DMC) has become an international centre for media-based operations. It is now a thriving media community with a sophisticated infrastructure that hosts broadcasting companies, TV channels and numerous associated media production companies and individual freelancers. Key global companies in DMC include Reuters, CNN, CNBC, MBC, Sony, Bertelsmann, BMG, the Associated Press and McGraw Hill. CNN runs its Arabic news website and regional news bureau from DMC.
Dubai Media City (DMC) part of Dubai Holding is a tax free zone within Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It has been built by the Dubai government to boost UAE’s media foothold, and has become a regional hub for media organizations ranging from, news agencies, publishing, online media, advertising, production, and broadcast facilities. The ground work for infrastructure was already laid for firms to setup easily and its visa and operational procedures are relaxed for firms operating within DMC.
Dubai Media City (DMC) intends to become the region’s media hub. Established by the Dubai Technology, E-Commerce and Media Free Zone Authority, DMC offers state-of the-art infrastructure that will enable media-related enterprises to operate globally out of Dubai. Broadcasting, publishing, advertising, public relations, research, music, and post production companies are being offered a working environment in which they can thrive in the Middle East.
The Dubai Media Corporation initiated various electronic services on its portal that include a recruitment service and an online registration form or application for enrolling in the Media training center. The website also provides information on the corporations’ channels and on the media training center.