1 – Aryoub Radio:
Aryoub is considered as one of the active radio channels in southeastern Paktia province. It is functioning in Aryoub district and was established by the Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT) back in 2008. The radio broadcasts programs from 6: 00 am till 10:00 pm. It has two employees.
2 – Voice of Paktia:
The radio was formed by Mohammad Zia Arman in southeastern Paktia province in 2006. It functions from 7: 00 am till 10: 00 pm. Its financial expenses are being met through commercial announcements. It has 20 employees including five females.
Voice of Chamkani:
The Voice of Chamkani focuses on activities in the Chamkani district of southeastern Paktia province. It was established by Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT) back in 2006. It has seven employees.
4 – Shwak Radio:
The radio channel was established by Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT) in the Shwak district of southeastern Paktia province back in 2008. It has three employees and headed by Nasimullah Danish.
5 – Awakhton Radio:
The radio was formed by Awakhton Cultural Society in Gardiz, the capital city of southeastern Paktia province. In addition, it broadcasts in Paktika, Ghazni and Logar provinces for 12 hours on daily basis. The radio has 18 employees and is financially backed by the Awakhton Cultural Society. It is led by Mohammad Daud Tapan.
6 – Paktia Voice Weekly:
It was established by Mohammad Zia Arman Omari in southeastern Paktia province back in 2003. As many as 3, 000 copies of the weekly are being printed and subsequently distributed in ten provinces of the country.
Contacts: 0700298964, 0799502775
7 – Mirzaka Magazine:
The magazine was established by Mirzaka youth in southeastern Paktia province in 2010. It is financially supported by traders and has 10 employees.
Contacts: 0797733843, 0799149189
8 – Khozakht Magazine:
The magazine was established by Khwazakht Cultural Association in southeastern Paktia province in 2010. Samiullah Paiwan is its editor-in-chief and has five employees.
9 – Sulaiman Ghar Magazine:
The magazine was established in southeastern Paktia province back in 2005. It has circulation in Kabul, Khost, Ghazni and Paktia province. The magazine has 14 employees. Abdullah Gul Ikhlasyar is its editor-in-chief.
10 – Awakhton Magazine:
The magazine was established by Awakhton Cultural Association in southeastern Paktia province back in 2008. It is published after each three months. Ihsanullah Mahjoor is its editor-in-chief and Sahil Mangal is its deputy.
11 – Wavra Magazine:
The Wavra Magazine was established by Sahil Mangal back in 2006. The magazine consists of 12 pages. Sahil Mangal is its editor-in-chief.
12 – Surab Daily:
The daily was set up in southeastern Paktia province in 2011. Mohammad Ismail Larwee is its editor-in-chief and Daud Khan is his deputy. The daily is being published on monthly basis with its focus on literary, political and satirical issues.
1 – Aryoub Radio: