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Rudaw

About us

Rudaw Media Network
Rudaw is a Kurdish media network funded and supported by Rudaw Company. The network aims to impart news and information about Kurdistan and the Middle East in a professional manner. Those interested in Kurdistan and the Kurdish cause can follow the latest developments in the region in both Kurdish and English through Rudaw’s multiple platforms.

Digital Portal
An online platform that provides timely coverage of Kurdish issues in both Kurdish dialects. The website also publishes news and information in English.

Radio
A radio news channel that broadcasts on shortwave across the Middle East. Audiences from all over the world can listen to a live stream online.

Newspaper
Published on a weekly basis, with hard copies sold in the Kurdistan Region and Europe. In the Kurdistan edition, stories of interest to the local population are covered. The European edition features issues of interest to the Kurdish diaspora.

TV
A Kurdish news channel that broadcasts to the Middle East, Europe and the U.S. This newly-launched channel can be received on NileSat and Hot Bird satellites.

A Global Network, a Local Flavour
Rudaw is based in Erbil, the capital city of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. The company has correspondents in various parts of the Middle East, Europe and the U.S. This broad network of reporters makes Rudaw a reliable source of information for audiences across the globe.


Two Languages, Two Dialects
Rudaw Media Network publishes in Kurdish and English. This has brought the network a large audience from inside Kurdistan as well as throughout Europe and North America. In Kurdistan -- Iraq, Turkey, Syria and Iran -- there are two main dialects used by the media: Sorani and Kurmanji. There are also two different characters used: Roman and Arabic (Aramaic). Rudaw publishes products in both dialects of the Kurdish language.

What You Say

John Bird | 2/22/2019 1:08:36 AM
What is the point of all this kind of reporting? Completely useless, because most people of the region have already resumed their worship and prayers...
Largest ISIS mass grave yet found outside Syria’s Raqqa
| 21/2/2019 | (1)
Muraz Adzhoev | 2/20/2019 9:34:06 PM
Iraqi government “limits power” of illegitimately and criminally acting governor of Kirkuk province, which was anti-constitutionally occupied by...
Isfahan | 2/21/2019 10:24:21 PM
slick moves by shiia jee.h4dists, waiting out trump
Iraqi gov't limits acting Kirkuk governor’s influence with oil, metal, security
| 20/2/2019 | (2)
pre-Boomer Marine brat | 2/21/2019 7:38:55 PM
MIT --- (not the one in Massachusetts)
Twin bomb blasts strike Kobane and Afrin
| 21/2/2019 | (1)
Turkish | 2/21/2019 7:01:20 PM
Turkish people do not fear the Kurd or the EU. They only fear their Government whom has stolen their freedom, their future and money. The dictator...
Pakistani | 2/21/2019 7:22:09 PM
anyone who has a cool head will understand, that there is only one solution for the whole region, and it is a Kurdish state...without it nothing will...
Ilham Ahmed: ISIS resurgence would prevent Syria peace deal
| 21/2/2019 | (2)
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