Video: World Press Freedom Day

Wednesday 4 May 2011, 15:42

David Hayward David Hayward of Hayward Black Media is a writer, journalist and consultant for local TV. Twitter: @david_hbm

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Arab Uprising 2011 - The Freedom to Report:

William Horsley, the former BBC correspondent and the UK chairman of the Association for European Journalists, chaired this debate to mark World Press Freedom Day.
 
The panel included: Magdi Abdelhadi, the broadcaster and Middle East commentator; Alanoud Al-Sharekh of the International Institute for Strategic Studies, Middle East; and Shahira Amin, the former presenter of Nile TV who resigned in protest at state media coverage of the uprising in Egypt. 

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