Kuwaiti show wins Best TV Program at 24th Arab Media Festival

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The Kuwaiti show ‘Part of the Text is Missing’ was honored at the Tunisia 24th Radio and Television Festival.

KUWAIT CITY, June 30: The Kuwaiti TV show “Part of the Text is Missing” triumphed at the 24th Arab Radio and Television Festival, clinching the award for Best Arab TV Program. The festival concluded on Saturday in Tunisia, celebrating the achievements of various media productions across the Arab world.

Produced and aired by Channel 1 of the official Kuwait TV, the show has garnered significant acclaim for its innovative content and quality. In a phone interview with KUNA, Saad Al-Azmi, head of the Kuwaiti delegation and Assistant Undersecretary of the Ministry of Information for Media Services and New Media, expressed immense pride in the show’s achievement.

“This award is a new accolade for Kuwaiti media, showcasing its excellence at both the Arab and international levels,” Al-Azmi remarked. He highlighted that this recognition aligns with Kuwait being chosen as the Capital of Arab Culture and the Capital of Arab Media for 2025, underscoring the nation’s prominent status in the region’s cultural and media landscape.

Al-Azmi also noted Kuwait’s active participation in a technology exhibition held alongside the festival, featuring 98 pavilions. The Kuwaiti pavilion, in particular, attracted considerable attention from Arab officials and the Tunisian public, further emphasizing the country’s influential role in media and technology.

The 24th Arab Radio and Television Festival has once again demonstrated the vibrancy and creativity of Arab media, with “Part of the Text is Missing” standing out as a shining example of excellence in television programming.

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