Yes, from today there will be no Assawt Newspaper.



This entry was posted on Monday, February 2nd, 2009 at 1:09 pm

12 Responses to “Assawt R.I.P”

  1. 1001Nights says:

    So it started operating soon after the crisis began and now Alsawt is going mute?

    That’s kind of sad but what can they do the market is going all Darwinian on us and only the strong survive. I wonder how other media outlets are doing? I’m guessing that ad revenues are probably slumping now.

  2. bo9ale7 says:

    Maskeen yousef alsumait mo metragee3 he started Al-Eqte9ad madre al-eqte9adeya before Assawt and it didnt survive and then he started assawt and it didnt survive as well 🙁

  3. mentabolism says:

    is this because of the recession or something else…

  4. hilaliya says:

    Competition is good. The market decides. This is a good thing in Kuwait.
    Sink or swim, but always leave the door open to new newspapers – that is the main thing.

    BTW I don’t comment much but kudos on preserving and enriching a great blog – if it was my decision I’d vote you guys ‘best blogging newcomers of 2008’

  5. um-mit3ib says:

    laish sadooha? kanat 3ajbatny da3ayat;hom malat the brown paper parcel;/

  6. Yousef says:

    hilaliya Thanks a lot for the nice words 🙂 we really appreciate it 🙂

  7. um-mit3ib says:

    3ade yousef.. rid 3ala hilaliya wi7gerny.. 7ada 3ade;p

  8. Yousef says:

    Ilrayal meda7ny.. Intay meda7tay da3ayat jareeda.. Mino awla?? U know I’m only allowed 1 comment every day :p

  9. hilaliya says:

    To respond to Um-mit3ib…I heard – and I might be wrong – that Al Dar Investment was the owner and they had to shut the newspaper due to their financial troubles.

  10. Ali says:

    china maw`6o3i enqemaat ?

  11. um-mit3ib says:

    hilalya asna3 minik ;p they replied ! 😛
    w fine ;p afaker asam7ik;p