Thmanyah, a leading Saudi media technology company, has introduced a new mobile platform called Radio Thmanyah, which allows creators to host their podcast shows and access monetization opportunities.
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Thamnyah was founded in 2016 and is an award-winning platform featuring podcast shows like Funjan, Socrates, and Swalif Business, as well as newsletters and documentaries with a reach of “hundreds of millions” weekly viewers and listeners. With the new platform, the company hopes to encourage local content creators and foster a thriving community of Arab content producers who can generate income from their passion.
“Over the past very few years we have created a library of premium Arabic content that has no rival online, and we want that growth to proper together with content creators across the Arab world,” said Abdulrahman Abu Malih, founder and CEO of Thmanyah, in a press statement.
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“Today, we are not just talking about our own transformation, but we are building tools that can fulfil this vision from our experiences and learnings across hosting, marketing and monetization, so content creators can focus on elevating the quality of their production and sustain it” continued Abdulrahman Abu Malih.
Radio Thmanyah ecosystem allows creators to enrol in the Thmanyah Ad Network, a platform that is designed to bridge the gap between creators and advertisers and help creators monetize their content effectively.
App users can avail the features of individual profiles and social interactions, as well as the ability to import their podcast libraries from other platforms or search the catalogue for their favourite international and regional podcasts.
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