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New code of conduct expected to be reinforced as some media content, presenters continue to stir controversy over ethics, professionalism
Egypt continues criticism of foreign media coverage, with demands to reconsider terminology
The president considered state-supporting media as protective of Egypt, called for creating a “phobia” from failure of the state
The AUC kicked off the first-ever virtual session series at the Adham Center for Television and Digital Journalism, a conference call with professor Vince Gonzales, who is an investigative journalist, professor of professional practice at the University of South California, and coordinator of the University’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism’s masters degree programme in …
The meeting discussed the importance of African media in increasing awareness, says Presidency spokesperson
Calls for less state control of media institutions arise
Country’s economic crisis will lead journalists and media workers to face dismissals or salary reductions
Sources at the channel claim new administrative policy will self-censor content
2016 witnessed a number of media gags and suspensions of talks shows in light of political criticism or restrictions
Pro-state media outlets have been very supportive of Al-Assad and his allies’ conquest of eastern Aleppo
In a recent interview, the president said “people talk as they please”
Khaled Abdel Latif, who runs a comic Facebook page, was arrested from his house in Shubra El-Kheima on Saturday
Rania Badawi’s contract was terminated after she criticised the investment minister
Metropolitan Egypt for consultancy has succeeded in providing financing worth EGP 260m to 16 companies over the past three months. The company collaborated with a number of banks and leasing companies operating in the domestic market, according to the CEO of the company Khaled Nagaty. The 16 companies operate in different economic activities, such as …
Egyptian and international squash champions Mohamed Abbas and Omneya Abdel Kawy were the championship’s directors.
Council says examination of press and media law will take time as Press Syndicate urges parliament to issue it
With parliament set to discuss a new bill that would crack down on internet users under vague terms, one of the last open spaces for Egyptians could be under threat
On several instances, parliament failed to vote on Labour Syndicate law
According to Elelaimy, Daoud is the legal guardian of her Egyptian 10-year-old daughter and the primary parent responsible for the child’s education, and will thus be seeking to return to the country as soon as possible.
The projected state budget deficit for the fiscal year (FY) 2015-2016 is 11.5%, and it is expected to be reduced to 9.8% the following year.
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