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last updated on: 27 February 2016

Orbit Satellite Television and Radio Network (merged)

Also known as: Orbit

fast facts

Country Bahrain Ownership Type Private

Contact details

Primary address
Bahrain
Manama

Zawya industry classifications

SECTOR (Definitions) INDUSTRY (Expand All)
  • Media
    1. Television
      1. TV Broadcasters
        1. Cable/Satellite Pay (Primary Industry)
    2. Radio Broadcasting and Programming
  • Telecommunications
    1. Telecommunications Services
      1. Internet and Online Service Providers
        1. Providers

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