The Middle Eastern practice of assigning a faith to every citizen and a separate court system for each religion promotes division and sectarianism.
Despite the crisis in traditional media, the Brussels press corps continues to survive and thrive, but not without difficulties.
Anwar Sadat was the first Egyptian leader to exploit television’s propaganda power – and even his assassination was unwittingly televised.
The subtext of the bestselling novel, The Imperfectionists, are elusive… Is it a perfect take on the imperfections of the media and modern society?
Egyptians will no longer tolerate paying for the state-run newspapers that peddled Hosni Mubarak’s propaganda.
A picture is worth a thousand words, but a doctored picture is a scandal that can be worth a thousand articles to cover.
Most journalists dread crunching data. But finding narratives among the numbers is part of journalism’s mandate. Luckily, there are tools to help.
Global TV networks provide us with insight into major events around the world. But surely we can do without the terrible ‘global ads’.