|Owner(s)||Oman Establishment for Press, Printing, Publishing and Distribution LLC|
|Founder(s)||Mohammed bin Suleiman Al Taie|
|Publisher||Mohammed bin Suleiman Al Taie|
|Editor-in-chief||Abdul Hamied bin Suleiman Al Taie|
|Founded||September 1, 2004|
|Sister newspapers||Alwatan (Arabic)|
It is the most popular English newspaper among high income, policy-making Omani, and in the diplomatic community. It offers both local and international content.
Oman Tribune carries articles and opinion pieces on Oman, other GCC nations (UAE, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Kuwait), Arab countries as well as the Middle East developments. Its coverage of Oman is one of the best among all English newspapers of the nation as it draws extensively on the content of its sister publication Alwatan, which is a top Arabic newspaper of the Middle East.
Oman Tribune additionally aggregates articles and graphics from The New York Times, Harvard Business Review, The Washington Post, Bloomberg, McClatchy Tribune News Service, Graphic News, and other news sources.
It is available by subscription for home delivery. Oman Tribune stops edition from 1st November 2017 due to rapidly changing global media environment
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