Six years after the Arab Spring rocked many parts of the Middle East, the region continues to feel ramifications from this turbulent period. Here are five key trends that journalists and news organizations working in the region need to consider.
The continued rise of visually orientated social networks, the dominance of Middle East social media by Facebook and the wider Facebook family, and continued tensions between telecoms providers and services […]
Originally published at http://www.arabyouthsurvey.com. Reproduced here with kind permission. Copyright © 2016 Arab Youth Survey. All rights reserved. Leading commentators from the region, the US and Europe were asked to […]
First published by the BBC College of Journalism. Social media catching up with TV as trusted news source in Middle East – by @damianradcliffe on @BBCCollege http://t.co/MLine5gInj — Sarah Marshall […]
Arab Youth may increasingly trust social media as a source for news, but TV remains the most popular news source actually consumed. The annual Arab Youth Study also found that they […]
Trust in social media as a news source growing fast for MENA Youth, reports the annual Arab Youth Survey. Although TV remains the most trusted source of news, social media […]
There continues to be a strong interest in the fast-moving social media scene in the Middle East. I’ve explored elements of this previously in annual round-ups for 2012 and 2013, […]