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نبذة عن ورشة التعاطي الإعلامي مع ظاهرة التطرف والإرهاب

قدمت د.علياء داود المدرس بكلية الإعلام في الجامعة الحديثة للعلوم والآداب، نبذة عن الأبحاث والدراسات التي قدمت في ورشة "التعاطى الإعلامى مع ظاهرة التطرف والإرهاب" التي أقيمت فى تونس فى أبريل 2015م.. نظمها اتحاد إذاعات الدول العربية الذي يقع تحت مظلة جامعة الدول العربية، وأكدت أهمية تدريب العاملين فى وسائل الإعلام للتعامل مع القضايا المتعلقة بالإرهاب والأمن القومي وضرورة الرجوع لمصادر موثوق بها قبل النشر، وعدم تقديم تحليلات تخدم أغراض الإرهابيين

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A Marriage of Misunderstanding

In April 2014, Egypt’s then foreign minister Nabil Fahmy used a marriage simile to describe the country’s relationship with the United States. At home, the expression didn’t translate. Muhammad Y Gamal discusses the challenges associated with media translation, and makes a case for the development of a coherent media translation policy in Egypt.

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From the Arabic Press: Focus on Egypt – April 2015

Archives available here. April 30, 2015 – Press Syndicate warns against media legislation that has not been referred to the Union Egyptian Press Syndicate Chairman Yehia Kalash warned in a press release against legislation of press laws or projects that are issued by formal or informal entities.  Kalash stated that the National Committee …

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From the Arabic Press – March 2015

March 29, 2015 - Gathering at Press Syndicate in Memory of Journalist Mayada Ashraf El Husseini Abou Deif Committee for Defending Journalism organized a silent stand on the stairs of the Egyptian Press Syndicate in memory of Mayada Ashraf. Tens of Journalists gathered holding candles and photographs of Mayada to mark …

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The Age of TV Jokers: Arab Media on the Brink

Ramzy Baroud casts a critical eye on the current state of Arab media, where the idealistic hopes of the Arab Spring and the promise of digital media have fallen far below expectations. Instead, he argues, we are witnessing a media war, where evolving geopolitical dynamics and economics determine who has a voice and what narrative is conveyed. Coupled with a crisis of professionalism, Baroud laments that any attempt at an equitable media platform in many Arab countries has for now been largely defeated.

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Striving for Excellence in Egyptian Media: Findings from the Egypt Media Forum

The Egyptian American Dialogue Initiative (EADI), in collaboration with George Washington University and Gallup hosted the Egypt Media Forum in Washington, DC from October 1 to 3, 2014. The Forum brought together a group of prominent Egyptian and international experts on media and policy to discuss media sector reform in Egypt. This report, jointly published by Arab Media & Society and EADI, offers a summary of the discussion that took place, as well as key recommendations that emerged.

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Is Informationalization Good for the Middle East?

In a thought-provoking essay, Jon W. Anderson poses the question: Is informationalization good for the Middle East? The notion evolves through a wealth of data, fresh comparisons and insight into factors such as telecom infrastructure, the monetization of data, the extraction of value upward, and how labor is valued in an informationalized economy.

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