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62% MEDIA COVERAGE OF EGYPT PRESIDENT UNPROFESSIONAL

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A media analysis, the largest of its kind, by the Egyptian Centre for Media and Public Opinion Studies found that 62% of the volume of media coverage of the Egyptian President lacks essential professional standards and objectivity, a report said on 9 April. According to the study, Satellite TV channels Al-Jazeera Live Egypt and Nile News are the most professional in dealing with the institution of the presidency, while TV channels CBC, ON-TV and Dream 2 occupy the bottom of the professional index.

The study results showed that the most professional broadcasters in dealing with the presidential institution were: Doha Zuhairy, Amr Laithi, Sharif Amer, Hafez Al-Mirazi and Khalid Salah, while the least professional were: Lamees Al-Hadidi, Mahmoud Saad, Wael Ibrashi, and Magdy Al-Gallad. The study further showed that newspapers at the top of the professional index are: Al-Ahram, Al-Akhbar, Akhbar Al-Yawm, and Al-Shorouk, while the least professional were: Al-Dostour, Al-Watan, Sawt Al-Umma, Al-Tahrir, and Vito. The study covered the period from June 24, 2012 to March 24, 2013 by monitoring and analysis of all material on the institution of the presidency in TV channels, websites, newspapers, with the exclusion of all individuals who apologised, resigned, or were sacked during that period. Furthermore, the study monitored and analysed 176,000 press items and 2180 hours of television broadcast, by a group of researchers specialising in ‘media image’ research.



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