Media should focus on key areas such as ‘civics and education’, ‘family issues’ and ‘health and medicine’
Dubai Press Club, organisers of the Arab Media Forum, has announced the results of the survey conducted during the 11th edition of the event. A total of 734 responses were received from a sample size of 3,800 (19.3 per cent).
The survey piloted by Dubai Press Club supplements the research efforts of the organization for the fourth edition of the Arab Media Outlook, a report that tracks the changes, developments and media consumption patterns in 17 Arab countries. Read more
The Electronic Media Generation: Journalists by Instinct
Electronic media has imposed new values on traditional media
Educating and empowering young people to become critical thinkers is crucial for ensuringa smooth transition from traditional media to new media. The steep rise in social media penetration that has brought in an era of multi-faceted journalism has made this particularly relevant, according to panellists on the opening day of the 11th Arab Media Forum (AMF 2012). Read more
Arab Media: Exposure and Transition
Facebook users in the Arab world has risen from under 20m in Nov 2010 to 36m in Nov 2011
Digital advertising to make up 10% of total ad market by 2015
Dubai Press Club launched on Monday the Arab Media Outlook (2011-2015).
Launching the report, Maryam Bin Fahad, Executive Director of Dubai Press Club, said recent events in the Arab world have generated a relatively positive impact on the regional media, raising the bar on the quality of news reporting, accelerating the engagement with digital platforms and firmly placing the region on the strategic map of global media houses. Read more