The festival attracted a notable turnout from diverse nationalities and age groups who enjoyed numerous entertainment activities, creative workshops, live musical performances, and engaging competitions.
During the meeting, the Sharjah Ruler stressed the media's great role in conveying the civilised and cultural image of the emirate, strengthening its position regionally and globally, and contributing to achieving effective communication between government agencies and the public.
Sheikh Sultan Bin Ahmed Al Qasimi, Chairman of the Sharjah Media Council (SMC), announced the establishment of the Sharjah Media Club, during the third periodic meeting for the current year held by Sharjah Media Board of Directors, at Al Majaz Amphitheatre on Sunday.
The visiting delegation was briefed about Dubai Press Club’s mission, programmes and initiatives that aim to serve local, regional and international media and enhance the skills of media professionals.
The exhibition featured 13 male and female employees who presented their artwork, including drawings, handicrafts, sewing, photography, colouring, Arabic calligraphy, and collecting coins and stamps.
"The media has a key role to play in documenting and highlighting the dynamic local creative and cultural scene, be it in raising awareness on the latest happenings and developments within the local creative sector, or spotlighting success stories and the people behind them."
Sheikh Sultan Bin Ahmed Bin Sultan Al Qasimi praised the employees of Al Sharqiya Kalba TV for the special coverage of the tropical cyclone "Shaheen" and their contribution in informing the public of all precautionary measures.
Speaking to WAM from aboard the ISS, Sultan Al Neyadi said that "It is our duty to communicate information to viewers about space science, maintenance and daily scientific experiments inside the ISS.”