The Egyptian "Al-Nahar Channel" announced the suspension of the live broadcasts, a decision to suspend the live broadcasts and stop all air programs in them, after a decision was issued by the Supreme Council for the Organization of Media in Egypt to suspend 5 of its broadcasters, including the artist Reem Al-Baroudi, and to refer one of them to investigation.
The "Al-Nahar" channels network said in a statement that the network's board of directors issued a decision to suspend the live broadcast of the channel, and to cancel all air programs, while merely returning some programs and series until further notice, after resolving all outstanding issues with the council and the media union.
The Supreme Council for Media Regulation, headed by journalist writer Makram Mohamed Ahmed, had issued a decision to prevent the emergence of Bossi Al-Tayyar, Duaa Farouq, Reem Al-Baroudi, Hala Fahmy, and Ola Shusha, for a year on all media, audio, print, and electronic media, until their conditions were legalized in the Media Syndicate by listing in tables The union or obtaining a permit to practice the profession.

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