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Société Audiovisuelle Internationale

 

Société Audiovisuelle Internationale is a limited liability company, with a capital averaging $US1 million. Under the direction of Moulay Ahmed Charai, owner of Gobal Media Holding, a media group that besides this radio owns a number of media outlets including print online but is also involved in advertising, owns advertising billboards as well as a printing plant. It is owned by Moulay Ahmed Charai and his spouse Afaf Alaoui alongside French journalist Vincent Hervouet. Charai is also present in the capital through his company Maroc Telematique.

 

Key facts

Business Form

Private

Legal Form

Limited Company

Ownership

Moulay Ahmed Charai

Moulay Ahmed Charai is the owner and CEO of Global Media Holding

44.8%
Media Outlets
Facts

General Information

Founding Year

2008

Founder

Moulay Ahmed Charai

Affiliated Interests Founder

See above

Employees

MD

Contact

55, bd Mohamed Zerktouni

Casablanca,Morocco

Tax/ ID Number

185559

Financial Information

Revenue (Financial Data/ Optional)

29.1

Operating Profit (in Mill. $)

0.14

Advertising (in % of total funding)

MD

Management

Non-Executive Board

Société MAROC TELEMATIQUE represented by Moulay Ahmed CHARAI
Moulay Ahmed CHARAI

Jihane AMARA

Further Information

Headlines

 https://www.arretsurimages.net/breves/2014-12-23/Maroc-fuites-Hervouet-LCI-conteste-l-authenticite-des-mails-Mediapart-id18345 

http://Mediapart (2014). MAROC / FUITES : HERVOUËT (LCI) CONTESTE L'AUTHENTICITÉ DES MAILS. Accessed : 8th October 2017. 

Data Publicly Available

ownership data is easily available from other sources, e. g. public registries etc.

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Meta Data

The last available capital division update on OMPIC dates back to 2013. It is suspected that a change may have occurred following the 2014 scandal involving Mr. Charai and Moroccco’s counterintelligence services in a series of leaks.

Last available revenue and operational profits, mentioned here, dates back to 2015

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