Reforms in the Moroccan Media: Gains and Uncertainties

BY YASSER AZIZ

The reforms shaping Morocco’s media sector since the beginning of the millennium have been characterised by a unique set of features which differentiate them from similar experiments in the Southern Mediterranean. Morocco’s experience of the past few years differs markedly...


Syrian Media Post-2011: Challenges and Opportunities

COMMENT BY YASSER AZIZ

The Syrian public sphere is currently experiencing huge changes that are determining and shaping new narratives and practices. After nearly five decades of media control and isolation, the Syrian media landscape is moving away from its authoritarian past into a space where there...

There are no Free Media in a World that is not Free

INTERVIEW WITH HAFEZ AL-MIRAZY

Hafez Al-Mirazi, professor at the American University of Cairo, believes that the political context plays a major role in the media reform and development processes of any society, adding that freedom is the “oxygen” necessary for the media industry to flourish. In an...

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