“Media Coverage of Terrorism” from the Arab-Islamic Viewpoint

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November 1, 2001

RADNOR, PA, October 25, 2001 — Dr. Hussein Y. Amin, professor of mass communications and media studies at The American University in Cairo and a member of the board of trustees for the Egyptian Radio and Television Union, will discuss the “Media Coverage of Terrorism” at Cabrini College on Tuesday, November 6, from 3:10 p.m. to 4:25 p.m., in the Widener Lecture Hall. Dr. Amin will be visiting Cabrini College in order to speak with numerous English and Communication students, as well as other interested guests, about the role of the media in the coverage of terrorism in Egypt, how the national media looks at the problem of terrorism in Egypt, and how the foreign media covered the different terrorist attacks in Egypt over the past two decades. The discussion is open to the general public free of charge.

Dr. Amin has consulted with a number of US, European, Arab and Egyptian corporations, broadcasting networks and development agencies, including the US Agency for International Development (USAID), the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), Cable News Network (CNN), Arab Radio and Television (ART), Arab Network of America (ANA), and the Egyptian Satellite Channel (ESC).

In addition to being a member of the board of trustees of the Egyptian Radio and Television Union, Dr. Amin is a member of the Higher Committee for Specialized Nilesat Television Networks, the Specialized Committee on Egyptian Radio and Television Privatization and the General Assembly of the Egyptian Ministry of Information.

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