Two-phased construction work on Kuwait's 750m2 studio complete

The facility was opened by Kuwait’s Minister of Information and Minister of State for Youth Affairs, Mohammad Al-Jabri

The  studio spans 750m2.
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The studio spans 750m2.

Kuwait’s Minister of Information and Minister of State for Youth Affairs, Mohammad Al-Jabri, has opened the country’s new television news studio — also touted to be one of the largest studio in the Middle East — after the completion of two-phased construction works on the 750m2 complex.

Construction work on Phase 1 of the facility included the installation of modern gear and equipment, followed by Phase 2, which involved the installation of screens.

Al-Jabri said that the facility was built as part of the Kuwaiti government’s media development strategies, with the studio being designed according to modern technical standards, state-held Kuwait News Agency reported.

The project's development was overseen by Kuwait's assistant undersecretary for press and publications, alongside members from the information ministry.

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