Aggregation is the next stage in Internet publishing...

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Online since 1996,
cairolive.com continues
to be ahead of the curve...

By helping you keep track of Middle East media...

By showing you what major Egyptian and Arab newspapers, TV channels, news agencies, websites and blogs are covering...

By shedding light on the global media, and how it covers Egypt and the Middle East...

cairolive.com has always been the premier Egyptian news and views portal, and a true trendsetter. It has attracted a larger and larger loyal readership and spawned a generation of imitators with its focus on local news, utilizing the power of the Internet to bring far-flung communities closer together.

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CAIROLIVE was founded by Tarek Atia in the mid-1990s. An Egyptian American who was born on the banks of the Nile and brought up in the suburbs of Washington DC, Atia began his media career publishing magazines and newspapers as a student, before working professionally at Al-Ahram Weekly, the English language arm of Egyptís largest press organization, where he was Assistant Editor in Chief. His articles have been published in The Washington Post, Neue Zurcher Zeitung and other prominent publications around the world, and he is often quoted as a media critic. He is currently the Media Training Specialist at the Egypt-based Media Development Program (MDP).