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Dubai Press Club Sets Dates for 21st Edition of Arab Media Forum

Dubai Press Club Sets Dates for 21st Edition of Arab Media Forum

Thursday, 9 February, 2023 - 06:15
Launched over 20 years ago, the Arab Media Forum is one of the major events in the Dubai Press Club’s annual calendar of events.

The Dubai Press Club (DPC) announced that the 21st edition of the Arab Media Forum (AMF) will be held from 26 to 27 September 2023, bringing together prominent political figures, writers, thought leaders, opinion-makers, renowned media personalities and senior executives of leading Arab and international media organizations.

President of the DPC and Chairperson of the AMF’s Organizing Committee Mona Al Marri affirmed that the Dubai Press Club is in the process of developing a rich agenda for the Forum that reflects the aspirations of the region’s media community and the critical issues they are facing.

“Since its inception more than 20 years ago, the Arab Media Forum has sought to advance Dubai’s vision to foster constructive exchange of ideas to accelerate development across various sectors," she noted.

The Dubai Press Club has been closely engaging with the media community in the region to gain a deeper understanding of the current opportunities and challenges facing the industry. The agenda for this year’s Arab Media Forum will reflect the media community’s aspirations, goals and perspectives.

For her part, Dr. Maitha Buhumaid, Director of the Dubai Press Club, said: “Leading media organisations, professionals and media leaders look forward to the event each year as an opportunity to exchange ideas on shaping a new future for the region’s media and gain insights on how they can harness innovative new technologies and trends.”

“The Forum’s agenda is currently being developed based on discussions conducted by the event’s Organising Committee, as well as external meetings with media professionals and decision-makers across the region."

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