Morocco – Elhabib El Asri publishes a new book entitled “What is the future of public TV in the Digital Technology era?”

Moroccan reporter and news présenter Elhabib El Asri has recently published a new book highlighting public television experiences in a number of countries, including Morocco, with the emphasis of bringing readers closer to the concepts of television, public service and digital technology.

Throughout his book issued in Arabic language in 140 pages, El Asri tends to review the history of Morocco’s public television and its achievements in the field of digitization, while discussing the future challenges that are likely to face the nature and role of public television in general due to furious media competition, especially in the last few years.

It is noteworthy that El Asri is currently preparing a PhD thesis covering “The Role of Media in Establishing Relations between Morocco and Sub-Saharan Africa”.

The author, however, is a graduate of the International Visitor Program conducted by the US Department of State, and also a former intern at the International Training Center of the International Labor Organization (ILO) in Italy.

In addition, El Asri has received several awards, including the National Award for Information and Communication in 2005.

El Asri’s career also includes working at the Central Radio and Television station in Rabat as a journalist and Amazigh news, before moving to Agadir where he resumed his duties as head of the regional radio and television station.

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