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Thmanyah Transforms into Media-Tech Company

Founded in 2016, Thmanyah has a portfolio of over 20 products spanning articles, newsletters, documentaries, and podcasts covering various topics.

By Inc.Arabia Staff
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Thmanyah, a Saudi Arabian Arabic podcast network and independent journalism platform in the Middle East and North Africa, has been transformed into a technology-powered business, the company said in an emailed press release. 

This move aims to provide creators with a platform to produce high-quality content and engage with audiences.

The award-winning platform, driven by a team of seasoned content creators, boasts a rich history of producing acclaimed podcast shows such as Funjan, Socrates, and Swalif Business, along with newsletters and documentaries that reach millions of viewers and listeners weekly.

At the core of Thmanyah's new venture is "Radio Thmanyah," a mobile application designed to empower creators to host and promote their podcast shows, connect with engaged listeners, and explore monetization opportunities.

Thmanyah's ecosystem extends to the Thmanyah Ad Network, offering creators a platform to effectively monetize their content by connecting them with advertisers.

With a commitment to bridging the gap between creators and advertisers, Thmanyah aims to cultivate a thriving community of content producers generating income from their passions.

Founded in 2016, Thmanyah has a portfolio of over 20 products spanning articles, newsletters, documentaries, and podcasts covering various topics.

Thmanyah focuses on documenting life in Arab societies and transforming the culture of journalism.

Recognized as the most widespread podcast network in the Arab world, Thmanyah also holds the title of the largest producer of documentary films in Saudi Arabia.

In 2021, the Saudi Research and Media Group (SRMG) acquired 51% of the company’s shares in a deal worth SAR 33.3 million ($8.88 million).

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