ARAB ARCHIVES INSTITUTE ISSUES REPORT ON FREE EXPRESSION IN JORDAN
The new media outlets include "Fact International", a weekly that aims to provide alternative and analytical media from an Islamic and Arab perspective; Hayat FM, a private radio station for youth, children and women that focuses on Islamic issues; and Sawt Al Madina (SAM), a multipurpose channel with political and economic news.
Since liberalising the airwaves in 2002, Jordan has issued 12 radio broadcasting licences, says AAI.
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