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Al Youm El Sabe’s (The Seventh Day): Egypt’s Leading Website. 36 million page views 3 million unique visitors per month. Three Critical Obstacles to Egyptian News Industry. Legal restrictions and regulations inhibit the launch of new newspaper or local broadcast outlets. 1.

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Al Youm El Sabe’s (The Seventh Day): Egypt’s Leading Website
  • 36 million page views
  • 3 million unique visitors per month
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Three Critical Obstacles to Egyptian News Industry

Legal restrictions and regulations inhibit the launch of new newspaper or local broadcast outlets

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Legal, economic, and professional obstacle courses prevent journalists from practicing journalism.

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Digital media address gaps through satellite television and social media, but have faced official reprisals.

3.

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Online Media and Today’s Political Culture
  • February 2011: NY Times estimated:
    • Over 5 millionEgyptians on Facebook Highest number in the Middle East
  • Twitter gained popularity in the 2010 elections in part because
  • Facebook was subjected to government monitoring and interference.
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Case study:

GUATEMALA

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