IPJ Director Trains KUNA Editors

IPJ Director Urges U.S. Legislators, Arab-American Leaders to Help Lebanon Rebuild

IPJ Cooperates with UNESCO, An-Nahar in Online/Ethics Workshops

Kuwaiti Journalists Hone Skills Through IPJ Workshop

IPJ Scores More Hits in Morocco

IPJ Investigative Journalism Workshop Targets Al Jazeera

IPJ Promotes Press Freedom at LU Seminar

IPJ Contributes to International Journalism Education Model

IPJ promotes LAU at Alumni and Media Conferences in Dubai

Online Journalism Examined at Sharjah Conference

U.N. Report on Syria Causes Ripples

IPJ Connects With Alhurra, VOA & MEI

Abu-Fadil Cautions Against Ethics Code Carved in Stone

Al Arabiya–MBC Figure in IPJ Outreach

Western Media Unfair in Portrayal of Arabs/Muslims: Abu-Fadil

IPJ Marks World Press Freedom Day in Dakar

Live From Martyrs’ Square: Lebanon’s “Reality TV” Turns Coverage of Peaceful Protests into a Media Battle

TBS Journal, Spring 2005

IPJ Director: “Cedar Revolution” Home Grown

ARIJ Emerges After IPJ–IMS Workshop

IPJ Joins Swedish Regional Cooperation Efforts

Crisis Coverage: Spotlight on Arab Media (PDF)

Magda Abu-Fadil, Michael Karam and Nicholas Blanford examine how the media, operating in a partisan and emotive environment, styled its coverage of Rafic Hariri’s killing and subsequent events. Executive Magazine, Issue 69, March 2005.

Hewige stryd om Sirië uit Libanon te verdryf

Article by Magda Abu-Fadil, published March 10, 2005 by Die Burger, a newspaper in Cape Town, South Africa. Translated into Afrikaans from the original English version.

IPJ Takes Part in Doha UNESCO Experts’ Meeting on Arab Media Development

Lebanese Youth & Media Focus of IPJ Director’s Berlin Talk

IPJ, IMS Plan Investigative Journalism Project

Poynter President Discusses Cooperation with IPJ Head

Young People Focus of Media Seminar in Alexandria

IPJ Makes Mark in Morocco

Director’s Tunisia Travels Promote Media Understanding

IPJ Promotes Women Journalists in Armed Conflicts Forum

IPJ Links Up with Alexandria Library

“Towards Public Broadcasting in Morocco and in the Region”

The Lebanese (and regional) broadcast industry can get up to speed by embracing ethical standards, modern technology and professional training. That was the message Magda Abu-Fadil underlined at a December 2003 regional conference on public broadcasting.

Journalism Legend Meets IPJ Director

Designs for Democratic Media in Iraq

The June 2003 conference was aimed at setting policy recommendations for reforms in Iraq. As a panelist, Magda Abu-Fadil described the status of news media in Arab countries and means for improvement.

Online Film/TV School Looks to IPJ for Possible Cooperation

The U.S. Image in the Arab World

IPJ helps IPI promote freedom and celebrate 10th anniversary in Vienna

Online Journalism and Development of the Arab Media

Magda Abu-Fadil presents a rundown of the latest technological developments in news reporting, plus recommendations for Arab journalists and editors on how to make the most of the information age. Second Arab Women’s Media Conference, Oct. 24-27, 2002, Jordan.

Summer 2002 Visits to UNESCO, CNN

Globalization of the Media: A Bicultural Woman’s View

Speech delivered by IPJ Director Magda Abu-Fadil at the Fourth Forum of the Arab Women’s Summit, ”Arab Women & The Media,” February 1-3, 2002, Abu Dhabi, UAE. Includes recommendations for positive change in the status and competence of women media professionals in today’s global village.

Keep Kids in Mind When Writing that Story

With today’s live broadcasts of disaster scenes, children are often exposed to pictures that might cause emotional scars. Journalists and editors have a responsibility to keep this special segment of the audience in mind, writes Magda Abu-Fadil in the Lebanon Journalism Review’s Spring 2002 issue.

Internationalizing a Journalism Curriculum Using Distance Education Technology:

A Pilot Project Between Lebanese American University and the University of Missouri-Columbia. Paper by Magda Abu-Fadil and Roger Gafke, presented at the 4th Annual Conference of the Arab-U.S. Association for Communication Educators, October 1999, Beirut, Lebanon.

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