State of Post-Revolutionary Egyptian Media
Friday, August 26, 2011
In the aftermath of a revolution, a free media is essential to ensuring democracy. Seven months after their own revolution, the Egyptian media are still far from free, despite an unprecedented amount of openness in the press. Brooke talks to Khaled Dawoud, a reporter for the Egyptian paper Al Ahram, who OTM first spoke to back in April. Dawoud says that despite a proliferation of new voices in the media, the military remains a red line journalists can't cross.
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