Latest in Tag: Media Highlight
Latest in Tag: Media
SPC asked Al-Sisi to urge the government to expedite the vote on the Unified Media Law
Activists accuse the Pakistani military of pressuring journalists into toeing its line – portraying the army as “savior” and the politicians as corrupt. DW analyzes the army’s expanding media activities.
Following his recent purchase of ONTV, Abou Hashima is planning a number of projects for the future of media and its expansion by launching other TV channels and producing drama series
Committee president demands investigation into syndicate complaints against Interior Ministry
The ministry’s email to journalists included an internal memo with instructions on how to handle the media’s presentation of security raid on the Press Syndicate
State says media gags are used to avoid any impact on the judicial system’s work, whereas the opposition rejects it, believing that it aims to stop public controversy or criticism
During his last appearance as US leader at the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner, Barack Obama pulled out all the comedic stops. He finished his speech with “a mic drop” and the words “Obama out.”
The media and public perception: how those in the media frame important news
Discussion forums to be held on status of the press and media
Novelist Ahmed Nagy was sentenced to two years in prison on Saturday for “immoral” content in his book
Gafaar has been detained for more than 100 days for allegedly belonging to terrorist group
NGO outlines positive and negative aspects of parliament before next session on 7 February
In my last article, I explained the concept of fourth generation warfare, and I touched on the wars of the first, second, and third generations. We took Egyptian media as an example, and Egypt – its state and people – as the operational field. In the concluding part we will discuss fifth generation warfare. Firstly, …
By Charl Fouad El-Masry The term fourth generation warfare has been circulating widely recently, with some claiming that Egypt is facing this kind of warfare. Thereby, let me first introduce the previous generations. First generation warfare is simply a war between two countries in a specific location, although one Egyptian military expert defined it in …
Press Syndicate welcomes the step, saying there is an ‘urgent need for law’
Cinema Syndicate calls on judiciary to arbitrate after TV presenter attacks iconic director
There has been no response or action taken whatsoever, despite the several solidarity campaigns that were launched by the Press Syndicate, the support Shawkan and other detained journalists receive from the international community, and the calls for their immediate release.
Encouraging young Palestinians to ask critical questions and voice their opinions has rarely been a priority in the classroom. But new school media groups are now showing youths ways to express their views.
Al-Nahar TV channel suspended the programme after several companies withdrew their advertisement from Saeed’s “Sabaya Al-Kheir” show, and announced the TV host was under investigation, while she remains under severe media attack.
Increased extrajudicial killing, curtailment of human rights activities, use of the judiciary as tool to eliminate political opposition among major violations
Other stands were organised in Cairo University and Alexandria University on Sunday
Our aim is to push Egypt to take stronger stance against Israel and to redefine national security strategy, says BDS spokesperson
Workers vow to escalate as founder says that staff numbers have spiralled out of control
Observations and comments on Lebanese protests circulated on social media in past week, increasingly focusing on female protesters and their revealing clothing
Ministry’s spokesman criticises NYT report on Mohamed Soltan
Shoukry implies that one reason for negative foreign coverage is that the West has a monopoly over international corporate media
Experts say journalists still face imprisonment under other laws
We lack media representation abroad due to the austerity policies applied. Majority of attachés, consultants, and media personnel need training, says Abdel-Sadek