Abu Dhabi Media's newspapers, radio stations and television channels will all be offering their insights and analysis on the World Cup.
Abu Dhabi Sports television will take its fans into the heart of the event with real-time updates on scores, reports on game reactions and pre-match warm-ups, and coverage of pre and post-game press conferences.
The channel's Armadillo programme will be focusing on all the 32 teams.
Oloum Al Dar, which airs on both Abu Dhabi Al Oula and Abu Dhabi Al Emarat, will be covering the World Cup through special segments that will highlight the latest results, and offer analysis of the matches, including match reports.
Abu Dhabi FM and Star FM will also be broadcasting daily programmes directly linked to the shows on Abu Dhabi Sports TV.
Al Ittihad, the Arabic-language sister newspaper of The National, will produce a daily special supplement, providing readers with the latest updates, match commentary and special reports directly from the event.
The National will provide full coverage of every match from reporters Gary Meenaghan and John McAuley, as well as foreign correspondents Andy Mitten and Ian Hawkey, from Brazil.
An online portal will give up-to-the-minute insights at www.thenational.ae/worldcup
"Abu Dhabi Media's broadcast, publishing, and digital media platforms will all be covering World Cup 2014 matches by providing the latest news, updates, reports and in-depth analysis of the games,” said Mohammed Al Mahmood, chairman and managing director of Abu Dhabi Media. "Sports fans in the region will get to enjoy a number of dedicated programmes and daily supplements.”
Source: The National