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Al-Ahram organized a seminar on the sidelines of the discussion sparked by the draft bill on the unified law for the regulation of press and media. The seminar featured prominent Egyptian journalist, media figures and political analysts who also contributed to the formula of the draft bill. 
Last year, Egypt's Parliament passed a large number of laws which impacted the lives of Egyptian citizens. We include here, but not limited, the 10 crucial ones: 
Samīr `Omar, one of the founder of the Positive Multimedia Movement, said that the goals of the initiative is to create a media that does not expose rumors and lies in the media platforms. It also aims at creating a media that provides pathways for the people to enjoy consume and create media to...
Journalists, intellectuals, and public figures called to change part of Article 98 in the press law, during a conference entitled “No To Inquisition” in the Press Syndicate on Tuesday.
In an aired interview on Egypt's CBC Channel, the investigative journalist Majdi Al-Jallād criticized both the state-owned and private media institutions and deplored their lack of independence. 
There was much surprise in the U.S. at Egyptian President Muhammad Mursī’s recent shake-up of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) leadership. The Los Angeles Times suggests that this proves him ‘a better political tactician than many had believed’ [Rīm ‘Abd al-Latīf, Egypt president's...
This article from Watani contains a letter to the editor from an Imām from Tahta, who criticizes Sidhom of purposefully stirring sectarian tension by alleging that the Imām preaches against Christianity. The article includes the latest letter from the Imām, stating his disgust with Sidhom and...
The media impresario Hishām Qāsim recently presented a lecture at the Netherlands-Flemish Institute in Cairo. In the lecture Qāsim narrated the recent history of the Egyptian press industry and described the current debates, dilemmas and developments governing the media sector. Article full text:...
The author reflects on two recent reports that deal with newspaper writing in Egypt. He comments that many newspapers do not have reporting the facts as their main focus and instead seek to persuade readers of a certain viewpoint or political leaning.
Grand Imām Muhammad Sayyid Tantāwī had a hearing at the Giza Criminal Court regarding the lawsuit filed against two journalists.

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