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Dar El Tahrir for Printing and Publishing

Dar El Tahrir for Printing and Publishing

Dar Al Tahrir for Printing and Publishing is a State-owned media organization. As such, it is managed by the National Press Authority.

Dar Al Tahrir for Printing and Publishing was founded in 1953, after Gamal Abdel Nasser submitted a request to issue a daily newspaper. Gamal Abdel Nasser was then one of the members of the Revolutionary Command Council - a movement of military officers that seized power and ended the monarchy in 1952. Since then, Dar Al Tahrir has become the voice of the leaders of the Free Officers' Movement. Former President Anwar Al-Sadat took over as General Manager of Dar Al Tahrir between 1953 and 1956. He was its chairman from 1956 to 1959.

Dar Al Tahrir for printing and publishing owns 4 companies: Dar Al-Gumhuriya for Press, Eastern Advertising Company, Egyptian Advertising Company and United Distribution Company.

Dar Al Tahrir for Printing and Publishing currently publishes a large number of newspapers and magazines: Al Gomhuria newspaper, Al Masa newspaper, Al Egyptian Gazette (in English), Al Egyptian Mail (in English), La Bourse Egyptienne (in French), Le Progrès Egyptien (in French), Aqeedaty (My doctrine), Horyaty (My freedom), Al Raay (Opinion), Al Koura wa el mlaaeb (Football and Stadiums), Al Alem Magazine (Science magazine), and Ketab Al Gomhuria . The publications of Dar Al Tahrir vary between daily, weekly and monthly.

Saad Selim is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Dar Al Tahrir for Printing and Publishing

There is no information on the size of the funding provided by the state to Dar Al Tahrir and other state-owned press organizations. But statements by the head of the National Press Authority, Karam Gabr, indicate a crisis in the accumulated debts of state-owned press organizations.

Key facts

Mother Company

National Press Authority

Business Form

Public

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Business Sectors

Dar Al Tahrir for printing and publishing operates in the field of press publishing, printing and distribution as well as advertising.

Ownership

Individual Owner

100%
Media Outlets
Other Media Outlets

Other Print Outlets

Al Gomhouria

Facts

Media Business

Publishing

Dar Al-Gumhuriya for Press

Distribution

United Distribution Company

Advertising

Egyptian Advertising Company
Eastern Advertising Company

General Information

Founding Year

1953

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Operating Profit (in Mill. $)

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Advertising (in % of total funding)

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Management

Executive Board

The board is appointed by the National Press Authority.

Non-Executive Board

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Supervisory Board

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