This chapter focuses on the discussion of how ideas move across the Arab region. It also describes and discusses the sometimes complementary and sometimes contradictory series of actions, procedures and utterances performed in the constitution and development of the Arab media landscape and the popular manifestations of Arab communality. The chapter contains Arab satellite TV, pan-Arab newspapers and the Arab blogosphere as discursive practices in the realm of transnational political communications allowing for the materialization of a regional space where political communications are mutually intelligible by those who belong to it; purportedly, the Arabs. Arab cinema is also largely funded by capital from the Gulf and the hundreds of Arab satellite channels that cover large areas of the Arab world, some of them crossing all the twenty-two members of the LAS and beyond is mostly owned by private capital and the bulk of this capital again comes from the Gulf, especially from Saudi Arabia.