The Media Line Set To Open New Bureau, Hold Inaugural Press & Policy Breakfast
The Media Line is delighted to welcome its friends and benefactors from around the world who have come to join us as we celebrate the opening of TML’s new bureau and state-of-the-art studios.
The agency will, on Monday, hold its inaugural Press & Policy Breakfast, supporting its student program which now boasts the world’s leading colleges and universities whose students are participating. Monday’s program will feature greetings from U.S. Ambassador David Friedman and two panel discussions centering around the importance of accurate, truthful fact-based news coverage and its impact on the creation of sound public policy. The event will follow the press-to-policy nexus through the eyes and personal experiences of our expert panelists: inter-generational Israeli, Palestinian, Egyptian and Druze leaders. TML thanks all those who have made the upcoming proceedings possible, our benefactors, media partners and, of course, our dedicated readers worldwide.
Participants in the program include Israeli Minister for Regional Cooperation Tzachi Hanegbi; Deputy Speaker of the Knesset (Parliament) Hilik Bar; Palestinian entrepreneur Roula Srouji ; Druze broadcaster Gdeer Mreeh; CBS executive assistant to the vice president Talia Medina; Haisam Hassanein, Egyptian doctoral candidate; Member of Knesset Sharren Haskel.