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Iraq: A Diverse Media

David A. Rousu argues that Iraq now qualifies as having a diverse media, despite some government ownership and occasional instances in which the authorities have used legal provisions against media organizations .

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The Gaza War, Theater and the Big Interview

Wayne Hunt looks at media aspects of the Gaza conflict between December 2008 and January 2009, and specifically at Caryl Churchill's controversial 10-minute play entitled Seven Jewish Children – a play about Gaza. Then he speculates about an 'interview' drama to be called Frost Osama.

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AMS has a new Managing Editor

The Kamal Adham Centre at American University in Cairo has appointed me as the new managing editor of Arab Media and Society, which intends to retain its role as a primary reference for understanding the role of media in shaping Arab societies and the broader Muslim world.

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