Tuesday, 27 September 2016
  • RT @HamdanMohammed: Checking out the news @bloomberg #bloomberg 25.9.2016 https://t.co/ecrVJxuT4I
  • .@DubaiPressClub to organize the second edition of the Arab Social Media Influencers Summit on December 6 and 7 https://t.co/mLbBdrCkmV
  • Prominent figures to discuss latest developments in social media at the Arab Social Media Influencers Summit #Dubai
  • Mona Al Marri:the 2nd edition aims to establish the summit as an int'l platform to discuss real-time events shaped by social media platforms
  • Mona Al Marri: the #UAE is keen to open direct communication channels with people through social media platforms to achieve their ambitions
  • Mona Al Marri: the summit aims to realize the vision of @HHShkMohd to encourage a constructive dialogue & help developing the Arab society
  • Following @HHShkMohd directives, @DubaiPressClub to organize the 2nd edition of the Arab Social Media Influencers Summit on December 6 and 7
  • RT @HamdanMohammed: And congratulations to my dear brother Sheikh Nasser finishing 3rd https://t.co/sdhmBh3w0P
  • RT @HamdanMohammed: Congratulations to the Spanish endurance team finishing first and second at the endurance world championship https://t.…

11th Arab Media Forum 2012 speakers

Zeina Yazigi

Zeina Yazigi

Anchor
Dubai Media Incorporated (DMI)

She is currently working for Dubai TV, presenting and producing “Arab Street” and “Face To Face”. They are programs that handle the political and social issues that are of interest to an Arab audience.

 

“Arab Street” (Share’ Arabi) is broadcast every Sunday at 6.30pm GMT. The program has interviewed several international figures such as: Moncef Marzouqi, President of Tunisia, Mahmoud Abbas, President of the Palestinian National Authority, Amr Moussa, former Secretary-General of Arab League, Taher Massri, speaker of the Jordanian Senate, Adonis, the Syrian poet and intellectual, Rashed Ghanoushi. Zeina has worked as a presenter for Al Arabiya News Channel for more than eight years, presenting news bulletins and political programs. She has also worked for Reuters, AP, CNBC (as Syria correspondent), and for Syria’s national TV.

 

Zeina holds a BA in English Literature, from Tishreen University, Syria and of a BA in Journalism from the Lebanese American University (LAU).

 

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