Recent Publications

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(2016)

(2015)

(2014)

  • ZDNet: 10 new insights into mobile in the Middle East
  • Center for Global Communication Studies (CGCS MediaWire blog)New study offers us fresh insights into the attitudes and behaviors of online users in the Middle East
  • Huffington PostUnderstanding the Attitudes and Behaviours of Internet Users in the Middle East
  • Your Middle EastUnderstanding attitudes and behaviors of Internet users in the Middle East (INFOGRAPHIC)
  • LinkedIn: 10 ways tech is transforming education
  • ZDNetInside Geekcon, the summer camp that celebrates pointless tech
  • Online Journalism BlogHyperlocal Voices: Mark Baynes, Love Wapping
  • SlideShare: Hyperlocal Funding and Sustainability
  • BBC: Five key findings about hyperlocal journalism in the UK
  • JOMEC blog (Cardiff School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies)Journalism: Some current trends, innovations and unanswered questions
  • Online Journalism Blog: Hyperlocal Voices: Jack Davies, Tongwynlais
  • ZDNet: Behind the scenes of how Google brought Street View to the Pyramids
  • Huffington Post:10 New Innovations In eCommerce
  • ictQATAR: Attitudes to Cybersafety and Online Privacy in the Middle East
  • LinkedIn: 10 innovations in eCommerce
  • ictQATAR: Tech Top 10, Issue 13: 10 innovations in eCommerce (English, Arabic)
  • JOMEC blog (Cardiff School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies): Understanding the attitudes and behaviors of Internet users in the Middle East and North Africa
  • BBC: Managing the legal risks of UGC: Copyright
  • Your Middle East: Digital innovations in the Middle East that will solve your traffic jam problem
  • BBC: Managing the legal risks of UGC: Key issues to consider
  • Online Journalism Blog: Hyperlocal Voices: Geraldine Durrant, East Grinstead Online
  • ZDNet: Five surprising facts about technology takeup in the Middle East
  • Huffington Post: Middle East Tech News: All You Need to Know From the Last Three Months
  • Qatar Today: An emerging breed of mobile worker
  • Your Middle East: This is the selfie capital of the Middle East…
  • LinkedIn: 10 new digital developments in the Middle East
  • ictQATAR: Middle East Digital Digest Q2 2014 (English, Arabic)
  • Online Journalism Blog: Hyperlocal Voices: Matthew Duffy, Coventry Culture
  • ictQATAR: Full Report: “The attitudes of online users in the MENA region to cybersafety, security and data privacy in MENA” (English)
  • ZDNet: Mobile in the Middle East: Can Nokia hang on as top dog in the region?
  • LinkedIn: #TechForGood – 10 global examples
  • ictQATAR: Middle East Digital Digest, Issue 11: Q1 2014 (English version; Arabic version).
  • BBC: Five ways local media can help itself #localjournalism
  • SlideShare: Reinventing Journalism: Trends, Innovations and Unanswered Questions
  • LinkedIn: The first digital World Cup? 10 ways Brazil 2014 kicked previous tournaments into touch
  • BBC: A quick media guide to Qatar and the Middle East
  • ZDNet: The Middle East’s tech hotspots to watch: Where are the region’s IT leaders?
  • ictQATAR: Research Report: “The attitudes of Internet users in the Middle East to Cybersafety, Security and Data Privacy” (English, Arabic, Report launch slides)
  • LinkedIn: How people in the Middle East use social media
  • JOMEC blog (Cardiff School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies): How people in the Middle East use social media and entertainment media
  • Online Journalism Blog: Hyperlocal media and engagement with political parties: what’s been your experience?
  • SlideShare: Hyperlocal 101: Part Three, 10 examples of news and storygathering techniques
  • ZDNet: Who’s the world’s fibre broadband leader? Prepare to be surprised
  • Online Journalism Blog: Hyperlocal Voices: Jamie Summerfield, A Little Bit of Stone
  • Street Fight: How Hyperlocal Publishers Can Take Advantage of the Data Gold Rush
  • LinkedIn: 10 Middle East digital developments from Q1 2014
  • BBC:  Cardiff Uni’s Mooc plus Nesta guide a shot in the arm for hyperlocal
  • Your Middle East: 10 things shaping the MENA digital space in early 2014
  • LinkedIn: If talk is cheap, why are chat apps becoming such big business?
  • Huffington Post: Five Charts Showing How Chat Apps Joined the Social Media Mainstream
  • ictQATAR: Middle East Digital Digest, Issue 11: Q1 2014 (English, Arabic)
  • LinkedIn: Broadband for All? Why we need to work together to ensure that everyone can get online
  • ZDNet: Middle East, Africa’s mobile giants take first steps on sharing networks to cut costs, boost rural coverage
  • LinkedIn: Middle East Digital Digest: 10 things you need to know from the last 3 months
  • Your Middle East: In one Arab country, 37% surf on their mobiles 6 hours per day…
  • Digital Qatar: MENA Digital Digest: 15 things you need to know from the last 3 months
  • ZDNet: Five things you need to know about mobile and the Middle East
  • Your Middle East: Who’s big on Instagram and what country produces almost half of all Arab tweets?
  • journalism.co.uk: 5 ways hyperlocal sites can do more with data
  • ictQATAR: Middle East Digital Digest, Issue 10: Q4 2013 (English, Arabic)
  • ZDNet: Inside the $25bn plan to get the Middle East online
  • Qatar Today: 14 mobile stories to start 2014 (February 2014 issue, pages 74-75)
  • Huffington Post: Understanding Social Media in the Middle East
  • BBC College of Journalism: Data stories need context for hyperlocal audiences
  • Abramis Academic Publishing: Chapter on the role of data journalism in US and UK local and community media, in “Data Journalism: Mapping the future”  (buy via: Amazon.com – Amazon.co.uk).
  • ictQATAR: Social Media Use In Qatar: The Story Of 2013 (Slides: English, Arabic)
  • ictQATAR: Social Media in the Middle East: The Story of 2013 (Slides: English, Arabic)
  • ZDNet: As the World Cup countdown begins, can Qatar score with raft of new broadband goals?
  • Qatar Today: Why Broadband Matters (January 2014 issue, pages 14-16)
  • Qatar Today: We are on the Cloud (January 2014 issue, pages 76-78)

(2013)

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