26 Aug 2010
Despite the high costs associated with producing television commercials this year as compared to 2009, a number of Ramadan television serials and shows have been able to attract large numbers of advertisers based on high viewer ratings....
25 Aug 2010
Media sources say a new satellite television station “al-Beit Beitak,” due to launch by the end of the year, has been approved.
Ahmed Ezz, National Democratic Party secretary-general for organizational affairs, will own a 50...
24 Aug 2010
Egyptian scriptwriter Wahid Hamed has filed a complaint with the attorney-general in which he accused Ahmed Seif al-Islam, son of Muslim Brotherhood (MB) founder Hassan al-Banna, of calling him an "infidel" in recent statements...
18 Aug 2010
Mohsen Rady, owner of Al-Rehab Productions, which is currently reviewing the script of a television serial about the life of Muslim Brotherhood founder Hassan al-Banna, said his company would shoot the series in Jordan and Syria due to the...
17 Aug 2010
The suspect recites Quranic verses as he walks down a long corridor, held by the arms by two plainclothes police who are marching him to the state security prosecutor’s office.
“I am willing to listen to the whole Quranic...
01 Aug 2010
Information Minister Inas el-Fiqi has announced that Egypt's next-generation satellite--the NileSat 201--will be launched into orbit on Wednesday from a launchpad in French Guiana in Latin America.
"Launching the second generation of...
30 Jul 2010
International human rights watchdog Amnesty International has called for the Egyptian authorities to drop all charges against two leading human rights activists and a well-known blogger whose trial is expected to conclude in Cairo on...
26 Jul 2010
It seems Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood (MB) opposition movement is trying to coin a new term, “ikhwanophobia,” by launching a website of the same name mixing Islam-related news and commentary with original content promoting the ideology of...
17 Jul 2010
From its vast headquarters on the Nile, the Egyptian Radio and Television Union still faithfully broadcasts public radio programs from nine networks. The programs cover news and culture, play Egyptian and foreign music, and feature talk...
13 Jul 2010
The Muslim Brotherhood has launched a new website called "Ikhwanophobia" to respond to attacks on the group by Western activists.
"We aim to reply to hostilities against Muslims and their organizations in the West," said website manager...