Since its inception in 2003, SPAC WLL has been at the forefront of innovation in Bahrain's media space by way of both its products and its vision. SPAC is about igniting inspiration. It is a young and dynamic media organization that owns and operates DT News, 4PM News and Weekender. SPAC believes in giving the maximum mileage to its clients by delivering an unmatched combination of media platforms that reach a diverse audience and caters to a wide spectrum of readers. SPAC offers products which target consumers across the Kingdom's socio-economic spectrum and thus ensuring maximum exposure for advertisers.
A vision to establish a pool of new independent, innovative, interesting, interactive, investigative medium for new generation is what SPAC WLL believes in. SPAC made history in Bahrain by establishing the first private Radio Station in the Kingdom that enjoyed the support and love of thousands. SPAC went on to introduce DT News, an English daily newspaper, 4PM News, the first evening Malayalam newspaper from Middle East and Weekender, a weekly that provides solution to readers' uneventful weekend. SPAC has consistently established its ability to capture market share, attain brilliance in the area of its functions and understand stakeholder worth. In the last seven years, the company has seen a tenfold increase in growth, diversified its brand portfolio and introduced new products and innovations. Our mission is to be one of the most distinguished media houses in the Middle East, India and beyond by expanding operations to more than seven countries before 2020. We value integrity, accountability and sustainability that are ingrained in our corporate culture. SPAC makes continuous investment in human resources, believes in zero compromise on quality and giving consistent value for money to customers and thereby maximizing value for investors.
Chairman & Managing Director
(SPAC WLL, DT News, 4PM News, Weekender, Coconut Times, BIGFACE )
To become one of the world's most distinguished Media Houses by expanding its operations to more than seven countries before 2020.