In addition to compiling and disseminating news from local, Arab and international media, the first issue presents a broad range of topics covering the media scene in the Palestinian territories.
“We hope the magazine will …Read full article » Palestine: Wednesday, July 06 - 2011 @ 13:21
Princess Rym, whose journalism career included stints at CNN, BBC, UPITN, Bloomberg and Radio Monte Carlo, is the founder of the Jordan Media Institute, which is affiliated with the University of Jordan and offers a …Read full article » Jordan: Sunday, February 05 - 2012 @ 16:20
The subject of the conference was cross-media advertising, but a real question was the market itself one-third of the population below the age of 14, with low newspaper readership and low internet penetration. But …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Sunday, February 13 - 2011 @ 09:46
For the popular uprisings in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Yemen and elsewhere to succeed in building democracy and press freedom, media in the region need training on business, editorial and ethical practices, legal and institutional reform, …Read full article » Jordan: Monday, March 05 - 2012 @ 14:09
“The demonstrations in the Middle East illustrate the need for strong newspapers in the region,” said Christoph Riess, CEO of WAN-IFRA, the global association of the world’s press. “We need newspapers that are free to …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Tuesday, February 08 - 2011 @ 14:37
It is not yet the norm, but some prominent regional newspapers in many countries are unsubscribing to the large international and even national news agencies and doing without the wide coverage they provide. It can …Read full article » Lebanon: Saturday, February 13 - 2010 @ 15:21
The conference, to be chaired by Bander Asiri, Managing Director of Al Khaleejiah in Saudi Arabia, will present international and local case studies of publishers who are profiting from the unique position of newspaper companies …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Monday, December 20 - 2010 @ 14:58