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She started her career in journalism working for Spectrum International, a radio station for ethnic communities living in London inwhere she created and presented a a weekly broadcast in Arabic focusing on social issues. Filmed on location across the region, the programme explores what it's like to live and work in the Middle East and how political and social issues affect the economic climate and business.

Yet Iran has also been cracking down amid tensions with the US and the West. The award was decided by public vote. The BBC says that all international media are subject to reporting restrictions in Iran. Apparently the email was sent out Saturday just before he left because of upcoming programming that would relate to Iran.

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She went on to work for MBC, the first private free-to air Arabic satellite broadcaster, as a producer and reporter. Ali writes that the agreement would be as if The New York Times agreed to a demand by Chinese authorities not to have any reports by its employees published in Mandarin.

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Yet Iran has also been cracking down amid tensions with the US and the West. Reports said that Iran had revoked his credentials. All media companies face ethical challenges while trying to both report freely and responsibly from totalitarian countries, while obtaining the access needed to produce the reports. In Nima won the first Oxford Alumni debate to be held in the Arab world. In Nima was a board member of the World Congress of History Producers, an international organisation that brings together media stakeholders with an interest in factual content, and its only representative from the Arab world. An exclusive email obtained by HuffPost contributor Yashar Ali shows the bizarre agreement, which mandates that official BBC Persian not include any of the content on social media as well, including retweeting or forwarding the coverage. She started her career in journalism working for Spectrum International, a radio station for ethnic communities living in London in , where she created and presented a a weekly broadcast in Arabic focusing on social issues. In the year , Nima moved to Dubai to work with The Business Channel, the world's first bilingual English Arabic global broadcaster where she created, produced and presented current affairs and business programmes in both languages. The BBC says that all international media are subject to reporting restrictions in Iran.

Iran already has several English-language media that report pro-government propaganda. In a world where increasingly powerful state or state-linked media, such as Al Jazeera, TRT, RT and others help craft the view of home countries by reporting critically about foreign countries while reporting positively — or in some cases not at all — about the home country, the need for critical journalism in places like Iran is even more important.

In Nima won the first Oxford Alumni debate to be held in the Arab world.

Middle east business report bbc farsi

The award was decided by public vote. All media companies face ethical challenges while trying to both report freely and responsibly from totalitarian countries, while obtaining the access needed to produce the reports. In the year , Nima moved to Dubai to work with The Business Channel, the world's first bilingual English Arabic global broadcaster where she created, produced and presented current affairs and business programmes in both languages. An exclusive email obtained by HuffPost contributor Yashar Ali shows the bizarre agreement, which mandates that official BBC Persian not include any of the content on social media as well, including retweeting or forwarding the coverage. Yet Iran has also been cracking down amid tensions with the US and the West. In Nima was a board member of the World Congress of History Producers, an international organisation that brings together media stakeholders with an interest in factual content, and its only representative from the Arab world. Iran already has several English-language media that report pro-government propaganda. During her time there, she interviewed numerous politicians, business leaders and decision makers within global and regional organisations - including the International Criminal Court, the World Bank, and the IMF. She started her career in journalism working for Spectrum International, a radio station for ethnic communities living in London in , where she created and presented a a weekly broadcast in Arabic focusing on social issues. During her time there, Nima covered key global and regional events such as the World Economic Forum in Davos, as well as its regional meetings held in the Arab world and the Arab Business Council. Reports and interviews span the whole spectrum of society and industry: prime ministers, royalty, business people, politicians, taxi drivers and the unemployed have all featured on the programme. Ali says that staff at BBC Persian are frustrated.
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