Posts Tagged ‘Middle East & Media’

 
 

BBC Documentary: The Gulf War

Interesting Fascinating BBC Documentary about The Gulf War
BBC 1996 Documentary
Narraters : Margaret Thatcher, Richard Haass, Tariz Aziz, King Hussein, General Ed Soyster, General Colin Powell, General Norman Schwarzkopf, General Brent Scowcroft, Husni Moebarak, David Mack, General Wafic Al Samarrai, Ray Washer, Nat Howell, Richard Cheney, William Webster, Robert Gates, Stuart [...]

Author: karelmay
Posted on: December 7, 2010

Wat doen we met de Arabische Wereld

Ontmoet de nieuwsmakers van het Midden-Oosten
21 oktober 2010
Over onze samenwerking met landen in de Arabische wereld. In gesprek met journalisten uit Egypte, Iran, Libanon, de Palestijnse Gebieden, Tunesië en presentatoren van Al-Jazeera en Al-Arabiya. Welk beeld hebben we van elkaar, en welke invloed heeft dit op internationale [...]

Author: Arif Kornweitz
Posted on: October 6, 2010

Nacht van de Vrede

De Nacht van de Vrede is een jaarlijkse jongerenpodium voor politiek, kunst en cultuur. Het vindt plaats op maandagavond 20 september 2010 in de Studio/k en het programma bestaat onder andere uit politiek debat, film, muziek en kunst over vrede en veiligheid.
In een netwerkccafé is er de mogelijkheid in gesprek te gaan met oorlogsjournalisten Arnold [...]

Author: Julia Hoffmann
Posted on: September 10, 2010

The Israeli-Hezbollah war of 2006: the media as a weapon in asymmetrical conflict.

Kalb, M. & Saivetz, C. (2007). The Israeli-Hezbollah war of 2006: the media as a weapon in asymmetrical conflict. The Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics, 12(3), pp. 43-66.
Kalb and Saivetz (2006) did research about the intense covering of what seems a side issue of the Israeli Palestinian conflict; the Israeli-Hezbollah war. It is interesting to [...]

Alternative Media, Diasporas and the Mediation of the Zimbabwe Crisis’, Ecquid Novi.

Moyo, D. (2007). Alternative Media, Diasporas and the Mediation of the Zimbabwe Crisis’, Ecquid Novi. African Journalism Studies 28/1&2.: 81-105.
The Zimbabwean people in other country’s are using new media, especially internet, to answer to the state repression of the mass media. The value of these, often foreign based, journalistic websites in relations to the state [...]

Author: Eva Dekker
Posted on: August 27, 2010

Unpacking the discursive and social links in BBC, CNN and Al-Jazeera’s Middle East reporting.

Barkho, L. (2007). Unpacking the discursive and social links in BBC, CNN and Al-Jazeera’s Middle East reporting. Journal of Arab and Muslim Media Research, 1 (1), 11-29.
This article examines the differences of the structure in journalism practice between the three major network channels Al-Jazeera, BBC and CNN. It also clarifies their social role and provides [...]

Author: Eva Dekker
Posted on: July 7, 2010

Individual perceptions of international correspondents in the Middle East. An obstacle to fair news?

Ibrahim, D. (2003). Individual perceptions of international correspondents in the Middle East. An obstacle to fair news? The International Journal for Communications Studies, 65(1), 87-101.
The author examines the experiences of correspondence operating in the Middle-East and describes the various obstacles and constraints within the international news production process. Besides examining the individual side of journalism [...]

Author: Eva Dekker
Posted on: July 7, 2010

Hegemonic no more: Western media, the rise of Al-Jazeera, and the influence

Seib, P. (2004). Hegemonic no more: Western media, the rise of Al-Jazeera, and the influence of diverse voices. International Studies Association.
This article provides a review concerning the development of the Qatar-based Al-Jazeera. The rise of the Arabic satellite channel stirred up the global media landscape, providing a different ‘voice’ and gaining a dominant position in [...]

Author: Eva Dekker
Posted on: July 7, 2010