Australia’s national broadcaster went to court on Monday to challenge a police raid on its offices and demand the return of files seized during the controversial operation.
The UAE media is playing a crucial role in enhancing the country’s profile and promoting the nation as a centre for development and innovation, a top media official said at the 5th Emirati Media Forum (EMF) held in Dubai on Saturday.
A resolution seeking a ban on celebrities hosting Ramadan transmissions has been unanimously passed by the Punjab Assembly (PA). The assembly requested the federal government to ensure that TV channels display the utmost respect for Ramadan in their transmissions and invite religious scholars to the programmes.
Dubai Press Club (DPC), in partnership with Facebook, organised the region’s first Facebook News Forum in Dubai on Wednesday. More than 200 journalists, content creators, publishers and other professionals in the media field took part in the full-day event to discuss the future of the news industry and the need to ensure a continuous flow of accurate and reliable information on social media platforms, including the methods being used to fight and reduce the spread of fake news.
Police were called to the home of leadership candidate Boris Johnson and his partner after reports of a heated row, according to British media, hours after he was named in the final two in the race to become prime minister.
Having good, engaging content on social media platforms is one of the main factors driving the success of social media influencers, speakers at the second Arab Social Media influencers’ Café organised by Dubai Press Club (DPC) said.
Instead of waging a trade war with China, the United States should drop its win-at-all-costs mentality and consider the interests of its own people as well as the global community, the official People’s Daily said
The Arab Media Forum (AMF 2019) concluded in Dubai on Thursday with a glittering award ceremony honouring winners of the 18th Arab Journalism Award.
President Donald Trump on Friday slammed what he called “crazed” media coverage of taunts targeting a Somali-born Democratic lawmaker during one of his rallies, alleging political bias against him.