Maan Al-Majali
Self-proclaimed London based media junkie; formerly London Bureau Coordinator and Producer for a number one Arabic Financial News Channel, Manager at an online Arabic news start-up, and currently working in corporate creative and digital communications. Maan is a man on a mission to build healthier civil societies, corporate and governmental outreach using new / digital / social media.

Entries by Maan Al-Majali

Media Mission Across America, Part 4

(2) Comments | Posted 19 March 2012 | (22:51)

The end of week three has come, signalling the completion to our media literacy trip around the US. For a catch up on preceding aspects of my trip in Washington DC, Los Angeles and St Louis, read my previous blogs if you have time.

Our destination this past...

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Media Mission Across America, Part Three

(0) Comments | Posted 9 March 2012 | (06:15)

Week two has nearly concluded, and what a week it has been, again. Check out my previous blog to get the gist of what this series is about (my review of our arrival in Washington DC). Part two of our trip has seen a change in the dynamics...

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Media Mission Across America, Part 2

(2) Comments | Posted 3 March 2012 | (07:58)

Week one in the International Visitor Leadership Programme (IVLP) on Media Literacy trip to the US has concluded. What can I say? The whole experience has by far lived up to its high standards promised and beyond. If you missed part one to this series of articles /...

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Media Mission Across America, Part 1

(0) Comments | Posted 21 February 2012 | (23:41)

In January 2010, while planning and executing a relaunch project for the London and Amman based online Arabic news start-up,, a key objective of mine was to create a set of meaningful media collaborations that promoted the site as a democratic platform, an uncensored, responsibly liberal platform...

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This isn't About Duggan

(3) Comments | Posted 8 August 2011 | (23:14)

Like the majority of Londoners and Britons, I am utterly disgusted (also very worried) at the events of the past three days and the continued violence across our Capital - and now beyond. I cannot by any means condone, instead I vehemently condemn. However, I do not condemn whilst sitting...

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The 'Arab Spring' and Ramadan

(4) Comments | Posted 18 July 2011 | (22:15)

It has been more than half a year since the Arab revolts began in Tunisia and Egypt, causing strong a wind of change to batter at the houses of dictators across the Middle East.

In Tunisia as well as Egypt, we are seeing something somewhat acrimonious cooking up...

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