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M.Report S01E25 – The Intersection between Citizen Journalism and Traditional Media

M.Report S01E25 – The Intersection between Citizen Journalism and Traditional Media

25 May, '082 Comments

This is my contribution to the journalism workshop I am attending at the moment where I was privileged to be on the panel discussing the intersection between the old and new media. On the panel with me were Emmabenji (emmabenji.canalblog.com, tunisia), Mohammed Zainabi (zainabi.com, morocco), Yazid Haddar (psycho.dzblog.com, algeria) and Daoud Kuttab (ammannet.net, jordan – […]

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M.Report 23 – Thoughts on sporting events in Bahrain

M.Report 23 – Thoughts on sporting events in Bahrain

19 May, '082 Comments

I thoroughly enjoyed attending the Volleyball Championship final match between Al-Nasr and Busaiteen last weekend which we were invited to shoot for Riffa Views, one of our clients. I get to amplify a bit on my feelings on that night, and also share with you some of the footage that we took which I hope […]

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M.Report S01E22 – Mahmood’s Den new skin!

18 May, '089 Comments

It’s been a long time that I was just itching to change the theme of my blog. I think it has outgrown the “traditional” blog a long time ago. I not only post in text, but have regular features of pictures, audio podcasts as well as video content. I am happy that I found the […]

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M.Report S01E21 • The Amaryllis

16 May, '084 Comments

I love flower bulbs, they have some of the most beautiful flowers and are relatively easy to grow and care for. What’s more is that once the season is over, you can just take them out of the ground, clean them up, dry them and store them for the next season. What’s more, some bulbs […]

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MReport S01E20 – Parliamentary Shenanigans

MReport S01E20 – Parliamentary Shenanigans

14 May, '084 Comments

The last session of parliament before they broke for a 5 month paid holiday didn’t disappoint. They went after each other’s throats and behaved as they usually do. Like monkeys, some would say.

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