Okaz is a daily newspaper published in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, in Arabic. Saudi Gazette, the paper's sister publication, was founded in 1960. The paper is printed simultaneously in Riyadh and Jeddah, and it has offices throughout Saudi Arabia. The daily, on the other hand, primarily serves the Hejaz and Asir provinces.
Al Madina is a Saudi Arabian Arabic-language newspaper published in Jeddah. The newspaper is one of the country's oldest publications.
Saudi Gazette is an English-language daily newspaper published in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, since 1976. Because the print edition was discontinued, it is only available online. It is Saudi Arabia's second English-language daily newspaper.
Saudi Research and Publishing Company publishes Al Eqtisadiah, a daily newspaper in Saudi Arabia. It's written in Arabic.
Al Yaum is a Saudi Arabian daily newspaper based in Dammam that is ostensibly pro-government.
Al Riyadh is a pro-government Saudi daily newspaper based in Riyadh. Riyadh Daily was its sister publication, which ran from 2003 to January 1, 2004. One of the most widely circulated newspapers in Nejd is Al Riyadh.
The Arabic international newspaper Asharq Al-Awsat is based in London. The paper is known for its distinctive green-tinted pages and for being a pioneer of the "off-shore" model in the Arabic press. In 2005, the New York Times called Asharq Al-Awsat "one of the region's oldest and most influential news organizations."
Al Watan is a daily newspaper in Saudi Arabia. The chairman of the newspaper is Bandar bin Khalid. Al Watan's main publishing centre was at Abha in the south of the country, close to the Yemen border. The paper was based in the Asir province, the south-west of Saudi Arabia.
Arab News is a daily newspaper published in Saudi Arabia in English. Riyadh is the publisher. The paper's target audiences are businessmen, executives, and diplomats, and it is published in broadsheet format.
Al Bilad is a daily newspaper published in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Mohammad Saleh Nasif founded the first daily newspaper in Saudi Arabia, Al Bilad, on 3 April 1932, under the name Sawt al-Hijaz (Voice of Hijaz).