Episode
February 11, 2014

Egypt's press freedom at risk?

The Stream discusses growing challenges to press freedom since the revolution.
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A protester, with a taped mouth, stands with a sign during a protest against the detainment of Al Jazeera journalists in Egypt, in Beirut February 8, 2014. (REUTERS/Hasan Shaaban)

From jailed journalists to accusations of media censorship and intimidation, we'll look at press freedom in Egypt and some of the challenges faced by those trying to report in the country. Three years after the end of Hosni Mubarak's rule, are journalists more or less free? Join our conversation at 19:30 GMT.

In this episode of The Stream, we speak to: 

Sue Turton @sueturtonaje
Al Jazeera English correspondent

Shahira Amin @sherryamin13
Independent journalist

Sherif Mansour @sherifmnsour
Middle East Program Coordinator, Committee to Protect Journalists
cpj.org

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