An Egyptian court has ruled for jailing talk show host Duaa Sayed Salah for three years on charges of inciting infidelity and immorality. The court ...
A low-profile Egyptian presenter decided to cut her hair on live television in an expression of anger towards last week’s deadly militant attack ...
An Egyptian presenter on Al-Hadath Al-Youm television channel has been receiving flak from both her colleagues at other networks and viewers in ...
Lebanese singer Haifa Wehbe has sparked controversy after posting a picture on social media promoting her new series “Harbaya”, that is ...
In what seemed to be a bitter public-breakup, an Egyptian TV host was divorced by her husband for going on air without his consent, a video that went ...
Al-Oustora was one of the most-watched soaps in the Arab world during the month of Ramadan last year
Human rights organisations and the New York-based Committee to Protect Journalists have repeatedly criticised media freedoms in Egypt
If the economy does not recover soon, Sisi could follow his predecessors
He said recent developments in Aleppo were being fabricated by major Arab and Western news outlets.
Media outlets, whether official or independent, not only ran live updates of the different phases of the visit, but also offered analyses
The lawsuit was filed by a reader who said he got “heart palpitations and an extreme feeling of sickness"
It is no longer enough for condemnation to be limited to criticism on social media as this has short-term effects
Footage originated from video game 'Apache: Air Assault' which had American-accented voice actors commenting during simulated assaults
Mona Iraqi filmed a raid on the Cairo bathhouse after tipping off the police that it had become a 'den of male sex'
The dispute is the latest episode in Egypt's struggle between authorities giving security precedence over nearly all else
The statements have sparked fears that self-censorship may direct the content of Egyptian dailies and news bulletins
Mahmoud Saad hosts “Akher el-Nahhar,” a political talk show aired on the privately-owned al-Nahar TV
That shift in public opinion was mirrored, and progressively reinforced, by Egyptian media
Critics question the professionalism of Egyptian media over fiery opinions recently expressed by show hosts and journalists
We must stop allowing perpetrators to get away with their actions, and we must vilify them instead of the victims
The news came a day after Egypt jailed three Al Jazeera journalists on charges of aiding the outlawed Islamist Muslim Brotherhood organization
The Egyptian prison system is already at bursting point – by some estimates, 40,000 people have been detained since last year for various reasons
Some anchors have found it complicated to keep their journalistic objectivity
Egyptian media, both state and private, have hailed Sisi as a savior since he ousted Mursi
The editor -in-chief of the Daily News Egypt spoke to Al Arabiya News on challenges facing English-language press
As the Saudi Gazette’s editor-in-chief steps away from his post, Khaled AlMaeena shares the highlights of his time with the newspaper
Egypt’s foreign ministry insists that the country’s judiciary is independent
Egypt’s media figures believe a ‘Saudi conspiracy’ is behind viewership loss to more popular pan-Arab television channels
Violence marred the anniversary demonstrations held by supporters of the ousted Islamist president Mohammad Mursi
The loudest noise comes from the celebrities of the post Arab awakening and media experts who were sleeping soundly prior to November 2010
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