Latest in Highlight
Around 47% of Arab online football viewers visited YallaKora.com, according to the sports’ website
Growing e-commerce website has 2 million visits per month, ships 2,000 items per day
98% percent of women who describe themselves as lonely share “relationship status online,” according to new study
Almost 50% of a 3,000 person sample face problems in accessing internet; some 40% struggle with absence of Arabic content
The e-commerce website stated that this come as part of its “commitment towards shaping the country’s e-commerce industry and its budding online entrepreneurs”
Daily News Egypt interviews the General Manager of Visa in the North and Francophone Africa region Tarek Elhousseiny
Kuwait topped the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries on the press freedom list but dropped 14 points to rank 91st worldwide.
AFP – US mass surveillance, restrictive legislation and a wave of global cyberattacks drastically restricted online press freedom during 2013, a New York-based media watchdog warned Thursday. The Committee to Protect Journalists has for the first time included cyberspace on its list of countries because of what it called “the profound erosion of freedom in …
Egypt participates in providing books for a new e-library for the Middle East
Only 7% of the SMEs in Egypt have online presence and 61% have not even considered having a website.
New online radio launches, and with it a campaign for the love of the Egyptian city
New online platform promises excellent customer service.
New online initiative wants to encourage Egyptian entrepreneurship and become a base for a successful future for Egyptian industry
News website Christian Dogma came in at sixth place
Tahrir Academy develops informative and educational shorts that aim to change the way how Egyptians learn.
Media and rights studies group files a lawsuit calling for transparency in radio stations creation process
The foundation has organised several training courses for youth in art, cinema, design, web design, and media technology. The courses are given by media veterans and professionals to make the participants more capable of expressing their thoughts, culture, and insights using open source software programmes.
Tamer El-Naggar, CEO of TNS’s North Africa branch, one of the world’s leading marketing research companies talk to the Daily News Egypt