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An Afternoon with Einstein

Extracts from a discussion held with mass communications students and faculty at the Adham Center for Television Journalism on March 6, 2000, on the occasion of Gulf DTH/Showtime President and CEO Peter Einstein's appointment as an Associate (honorary faculty member) of the Adham Center. Peter Einstein: Egypt and the Middle East …

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Beating Around the Middle East Bush on Morningside Heights

Columbia University's prestigious Middle East Institute, with an assist from Columbia's equally prestigious School of Journalism, was the host to a curious but stimulating conference that was as ambiguous in its apparent direction as it was ambiguous in title: "Opening the Channels: Columbia Forum on Television and Society in the …

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Dubai Cable Trade Talk

EDTV to Launch Four New Free-to-Air Channels, New Arabsat Captures Middle East Hotbird Status The big story from the 1999 Dubai Cable and Satellite Show was Arabsat 3A, which was successfully launched February 27, 1999, and which will be co-located with its existing sister craft. But the main news from the …

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Bell Atlantic Temple University Conference on Digital Communication “The Challenge of the Digital Age: A Forum of Diverse Perspectives”

A report of the Strategic Planning Session held November 20, 1998 at the Sugarloaf Conference Center of Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania By conference organizer George Gerbner  Bell Atlantic Professor of Telecommunications, Temple University On November 20, 1998, Bell Atlantic-Pennsylvania and Temple University sponsored a strategic planning session for an international …

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Privatization and Transnational Communication

The Third Annual Conference of the Arab-U.S. Association for Communication Educators (AUSACE) The third annual conference of the Arab-U.S. Association for Communication Educators (AUSACE) was held in Helnan Shepheard Hotel in Cairo, Egypt, September 7-10, 1998. The conference was hosted by the American University in Cairo and co-sponsored by Georgia …

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