Monthly Archives: June 2011
Media consumption has changed drastically over the past decade. With TV content now accessible everywhere at any time, consumer behavior and trends are evolving fast. Online TV is a new platform that brings instant free access to favorite content and … Read more
In March 2011, the conference on Rebuilding Egyptian Media for a Democratic Future took place in Cairo under the auspices of Professor Emad Abou Ghazi, Egypt’s Minister of Culture, and the chairmanship of Dr Basyouni Hamada, Professor of Communication and … Read more
Before the 1990s, the culture of media in Morocco was authoritarian, administrative, and partisan. This changed during the political liberalization and democratization that marked the second half of the 1990s. All sectors—print, broadcast, and digital—witnessed significant growth during this period.
However, … Read more
By Aboubakr Jamai
For the Middle East and North Africa, the project on Mapping Digital Media could not be more timely. The ubiquity of Facebook, Twitter, blogs and news websites in the unfolding of the Arab Spring makes digital media a … Read more
The dawn of the digital age in Thailand has ushered in the most promising development in Thai media for more than a generation: the establishment of an independent public service broadcaster.
However, because of political complications, there has been no plan … Read more