As the Saudi Gazette’s editor-in-chief steps away from his post, Khaled AlMaeena shares the highlights of his time with the newspaper
“You’re deported,” one of my colleagues told me. Within hours, the police phoned my editor-in-chief, asking him to hand me over
Despite popular Western beliefs, television in the Arab world is no stranger to controversy
What I read was not the usual piece of nonsense posted on Facebook or some other online forum, it was a respectable article by a prominent writer. ...
Not all stories of abducted journalists have such happy endings; the fate of some journalists and activists can be tragic
The Muslim Brotherhood will be launching a television channel called Rabaa TV - named after the square where pro-Mursi supporters staged a sit in
Because coverage of most Turkish media outlets are far from being close to professional journalism, there is no clear-cut line between reporting and commentary
The sharp political polarization in Egypt has intensified the polemical tone of Egyptian journalism
The success of comedians has rested on their ability to deploy a balance between the two types of satire: The Horatian and the Juvenalian
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