Jordan News Agency - Petra

The Jordan News Agency, symbolized in Arabic by the symbol (Petra), and in English by (Jordan News Agency) and symbolized by the symbol (Petra).

It was established by a royal decree as an independent department of the Ministry of Information on July 16, 1969.

Petra provides the following services:

The daily newsletter is in Arabic, at a rate of 110 news per day.

The daily newsletter is in English with an average of 25 stories per day.

Photographs, at a rate of 25 photos per day.

Training Center Services.

TV unit services.

News archive contains more than a million news.

A digital photo archive containing 130,000 photos.

Infographic services.

Advertising services.

Petra broadcasts its daily bulletins through direct lines of communication with the media, transmission over the Internet through e-mail and FTP, website and social networking platforms, and via urgent SMS.

The agency has a board of directors headed by the Minister of State for Information Affairs,   .

The agency’s organizational structure includes eight directorates (news, editorial, specialized news, information and electronic media, engineering, institutional development and training, financial and administrative affairs, and human resources).

Journalists who are members of the Syndicate of Journalists constitute about 52% of the total number of employees in the agency, which is about 226.

The agency has offices in all governorates of the Kingdom and correspondents in 14 Arab and international capitals.

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  • Jamal Abd alnasir

  • amman 11118 jordan

  • 00962 6 5609700