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Local Journalism in Egypt
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How one media mogul started off wanting to do objective journalism but found it did not pay.
Tareq Ibrahim Abd Al-Galil | Sohag
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Laws make it nearly impossible for ordinary individuals to start a local media project.
Mohammad Aliryan | Cairo
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A brief history of local journalism in Alexandria.
Nashwa Farouk | Alexandria
7613
How one journalist struggled for recognition outside of the mighty capital.
Islam Radwan | Asyut
7628
Local papers are poor, have horrible design and content and publish irregularly. Yet some readers remain loyal.
Sozan Marmar | Mansoura
7710
Facebook news is not only an alternative to local media but a direct outlet for bringing about change.
Mohammad Aliryan | Cairo