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Dr Khalid Al Jaber and Mokhtar Elareshi delve into the changing Arab media landscape in their new book The Future of News Media in the Arab World. Focusing on the media situation in Arab countries in recent times, the authors encapsulate in 232
Reality suggests that there is a media, with different trends and interests, particularly when it comes to issues related to different states. News and issues are tackled to give space to the media on local, regional and international issues,
Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs Sheikh Mohammad Al-Abdullah Al- Mubarak Al-Sabah reiterated yesterday Kuwait's support for all means that serve Arab media in order to meet the aspirations of the Arab peoples. Sheikh Abdullah, also acting
Ania Lisewska in an exclusive dialogue with an Egyptian newspaper was lied The Arabic media and Newspapers In her first dialogue with the Arab newspaper Ania Lisewska said to Ismailia Press newspaper : I have not visited any
As would later become clear, Al-Ahram's trumpeting of the Egyptian revolution's success was itself more of a revolutionary moment than a genuine coup against the status quo. But the post-revolutionary upheaval in Egyptian media with its wave of mass
French President Francois Hollande named Jean Marc Ayrault as his premier, Arab media faced some "technical confusion" regarding the spelling of his name. What triggered the confusion is that his surname sounds like the word "penis" in Arabic.
Caught out by last year's Arab Spring uprisings, the region's media outlets were still coming to terms with their new-found freedom from the strong-arm tactics of now toppled dictators, participants in a Dubai conference say. "Turmoil, chaos, change..
Despite al-Jazeera's role in the Arab uprisings, its coverage has been criticised for bias. Photograph: Patrick Baz/AFP/Getty Images Twenty-two years ago my father, a Lebanese immigrant in Sierra Leone, bought a huge satellite dish with tens of
Launching a news channel in the midst of what will undoubtedly be one of the biggest stories of the decade would seem to be a sure thing, but Nart Bouran, head of news at Sky News Arabia, set to begin airing this spring, says it could actually be
War is good for ratings, but some Arab networks are being accused of affecting, rather than reflecting, the conflicts. Despite the regional media market being one of the most saturated in the world, there is still much space for unbiased coverage.