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Transnational Broadcasting Studies examines the hottest trends and controversies involving satellite TV in the Arab and Muslim worlds. Past issues have tackled such provocative topics as the culture wars over Arabic music videos and the democratizing effect of Arab reality TV. Media on the Front Lines features articles by top political scientists and media experts examining the impact of television news and entertainment on Iraqi society, interviews with leading figures in the Arab media, and a wide range of essays on other media-related topics. TBS Volume 2, No. 1
Contributors: Issandr El Amrani, Abdel Bari Atwan, Habib Battah, Paul Cochrane, Brooke Comer, Nabil Dajani, Marlin Dick, Andrew Exum, Claudia Gazzini, James R. Grippo, Alan L. Heil Jr., Laura M. James, Marwan M. Kraidy, Hugh Miles, Usama Najeeb, Sharon Otterman, Lawrence Pintak, Christian Pond, Vivian Salama, Lindsay Wise, and Stacey Philbrick Yadav.
Published by the Adham Center for Electronic Journalism, the American University in Cairo and the Middle East Centre, St. Antony’s College, University of Oxford.
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