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Mostafa Metwalli, one of the participants in El Mashrou3, seeks funding for his project
El Mahrou3 show is about 14 young Egyptians that have dreams to change Egypt.
Government will only change our strategy when it is convinced it is wrong, says the Prime Minister
The move would fall in line with a broader industry shift away from plasma units, with Hitachi and Pioneer also exiting the market in recent years.
In Egypt’s dire political situation, one of the most important ways to understand the complexities of the situation is the media; supposedly the institution that seeks to find the truth and present it to its audience. However, in Egypt’s case, much of the local media is polarised, politicised and biased, and international media as well does not serve as an alternative for objective reporting due to the many challenges it faces. The Daily News Egypt reviews the positions of local and international media coverage of Egypt’s latest events, and the different narratives that are presented.
Prime Minister Hazem El Beblawi says the government wants to give Pro-Morsi protesters a chance
Al Faraeen Channel was shut down Thursday night, Ministry of interior denied rumours about arrest of owner Tawfiq Okasha
The AFTE also claimed former head of the state-run TV sector Essam El-Amir resigned last December because of intervention in the coverage of the presidential palace clashes.
The move puts Google into direct competition with services such as Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon
Controversial TV anchor given one-year prison sentence for defaming actress Elham Shahin
Court said the plaintiff does not have the right to ask for the programme to be suspended
Sunday night turned into Monday morning with Egyptians still waiting for an anticipated television interview with President Mohamed Morsi. The president offered no explanation for the delay, and several newspaper columnists criticized Morsi for leaving millions of citizens waiting late at night for the long-awaited interview. The broadcast was supposed to begin at 8 pm …
On the long wait for Morsi’s interview, and the Harlem Shake!
Adel Heine’s weekly column
Newspapers to shut down on Tuesday, TV on Wednesday
Beneath the Belgian chocolate crust
Nile Sat refuses to re-broadcast El-Fara’een channel
Thirty cases have been filed against the controversial television host.
Guest’s comments misunderstood by investigators says director of Neharak Sa’id
Why do they hate the media? And who are they?
Abu Youssef denies reports that investigations have begun into Bible burning
Egyptian president interviewed by NYT and State TV on Saturday
is the appearance of a veiled newscaster a step towards deepening democracy and ending the discriminations or is it a step towards discrimination against non-veiled women and perhaps even against those women who do not wear the niqab as well?
As the world’s media have rushed to compete on the wave of rapid developments sweeping across the globe, Egypt’s state media focuses on a different story. The Maspero building – with its entire internal and external staff – keep drowning in deep and unchartered waters of corruption, misconduct and a performance far away from the …
Few hours after Fatma Nabil has read the 12 o’clock news bulletin in her full cream-colored veil, the Egyptian media sphere has quivered with endless controversial discussions on the extent to which the entire country is deliberately being ‘Ikhwanised’. Being the first Egyptian female newsreader ever to appear on Egypt’s state television, the move assuredly …
The news that the trial of Tawfik Okasha, the controversial media figure and owner of Al Fara’een TV station, has been adjourned to 3 October tempts one to conjecture the initial reasons behind having a satellite channel as such. Particularly flourishing after the revolution, Okasha, who no one had ever heard about before, has suddenly …
While political debate in Egypt had at one point taken on a sense of political tele-drama it has still somehow been eclipsed by television’s entertainment dramas
With the current economic circumstances facing the government’s various sectors, the issue of revenue once again rises to the fore.