ArabAd is the only monthly English-language magazine specializing in communications, advertising, and marketing in the Middle East. First published in 1986, it is designed to bridge the information gap and has become over the past two decades, part of the essential reading of the many multinational communities, marketers, and people in the communication industry.

From day one, ArabAd has had the aim of expanding the levels of quality and professionalism in our business. Renown for its controversial and challenging coverage of the industry, ArabAd covers a wide range of sections regarding the advertising and communications industry, tackling issues that include cover stories, awards, clients, media, marketing, research, advertising agencies, technologies, and people on the move. Provocative sections such as "Carte Blanche" and "Dirty Harry" are also part of ArabAd's distinguishing trademark.

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