Saudi Gazette report
RIYADH — The Media Ministry is hosting the fourth edition of the Media Oasis in Diriyah from November 9 to 11, coinciding with Saudi Arabia’s hosting of three significant summits: The Saudi-African Summit, the Extraordinary Arab Summit, and the Extraordinary Islamic Summit.
Spanning an impressive 18,000 square meters, the Media Oasis showcases over 30 major national transformational projects, including the NEOM project, across six pavilions highlighting the developmental accomplishments of these initiatives.
In collaboration with key entities such as the Ministry of Sports, the Royal Commission for AlUla Governorate, the Aseer Region Development Authority, the Diriyah Company, the Saudi Fund for Development, the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center, the Saudi Export and Import (EXIM) Bank, the Sports Boulevard Project, the Konoz Initiative, the Royal Institute of Traditional Arts (TRITA), and Jahez Company, the Media Oasis comprises seven zones: the Welcome Zone, the Saudi Hospitality, the Communication, the Oasis Valley, the Cultural Bridge, and the Oasis Suites and Theater.
Equipped with cutting-edge technologies, the Oasis provides a dynamic environment for media professionals to cover the three summits interactively. It serves as a platform to amplify the media coverage of initiatives and announcements accompanying the summits across various local and international media platforms.
Anticipating over 2,000 visitors, including officials from Arab, African, and Islamic countries, the Oasis is set to host more than 250 media representatives from the participating nations, enhancing the media momentum surrounding the summits.
This marks the fourth edition of the Media Oasis organized by the Ministry of Media in less than a year, following two local editions and one international edition, solidifying its role as a dynamic hub for media engagement and coverage.