Monocolumn: Chatshows That Talk Too Much

Monocolumn: Chatshows That Talk Too Much
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For millions of Egyptians, tuning into one of the numerous political chatshows that dominate the evening TV schedules is as habitual as eating dinner or lighting up a Cleopatra cigarette.

Monocle
  • 4 october 2010

Monocolumn- Chatshows That Talk Too Much

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For millions of Egyptians, tuning into one of the numerous political chatshows that dominate the evening TV schedules is as habitual as eating dinner or lighting up a Cleopatra cigarette. Anchored by heavyweight stars, the high-profile programmes have played a major role in the expansion of Egypt’s vibrant independent media sector in recent years – but that could be about to change.

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