History of Egyptian Journalism
The history of journalism started in ancient Egypt when heralds ran to
pharaohs with oral reports and when town criers sang important announcements in
Modern journalism in Egypt started with "Al Waqaea Al Masreya" the oldest
newspaper in Egypt and the middle east, founded on December 3, 1828 by the
Egyptian government in the era of Muhammad Ali in order to publish Egyptian
decrees and news.
Non governmental newspapers started with the publication of "Wadi Al Nil" and
"Al Ahram" which was founded in 1876 is considered one of the most distinguished
papers in Egypt.
The syndicate of Egyptian journalists was founded in March 1941.
List of current Egyptian newspapers
Egyptian daily newspaper established in 1885 and currently owned by the Egyptian
Egyptian daily newspaper established in 1944 by Aly and Moustafa Amin and
currently owned by the Egyptian government.
Al Masry Al Youm
An independent Egyptian daily newspaper established in 2005
An independent newspaper in Egypt.
A news paper owned by El Nassery opposition political party
A Daily newspaper owned by El Wafd political party
El Ghad party newspaper and online website
Daily newspaper of Egyptian Labour party
Independent Egyptian online newspaper
Egyptian newspaper published daily
A Daily Egyptian newspaper published by the good news foundation.
daily news paper owned by the Egyptian government.
A Daily news paper that is owned by the Egyptian government and published in the
List of Egyptian magazines
Government owned magazine.
Daily star Egypt
Independent daily English Egyptian magazine
Egypt Daily News
English language daily magazine
English language magazine
Egyptian English language magazine
Government-owned weekly magazine.
Government-owned women's weekly magazine.
Egyptian weekly magazine targeting young people.