Recent Research Trends in Arabic-Oriented Radio and TV Channels: An Analytical Review

Bassant M. Attia


The current study investigated the most significant scientific research conducted in this field in both Arabic and English to provide an integrated view of contemporary research trends in Arabic radio/channels and to identify the findings of prior studies. In Arabic, between 2013 to 2021, the researcher conducted a second-level qualitative analysis process on several research papers and studies, totaling 88 research papers.

Compared to oriented channels, the analysis of radio-targeted discourse has been the subject of a relatively small number of studies, and even in the most recent studies, the radio-targeted discourse has been regarded as a historical narrative. Youth represented the most significant percentage of the target audience for research-oriented radios and channels, followed by adolescents. Despite an increase in the Arab school's contributions to the research of oriented radios and channels and its desire to identify the image of Arab countries' issues and crises in Western media, no studies were conducted. Future studies should focus on examining how to present a correct media image or correct the false image that has been presented.

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