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For decades, Lebanese journalism has been applauded as the freest, most outspoken and most literate in the heavily censored Arab world Alas, no more The Lebanese media are being hit – like the rest of the world – by the Internet and falling advertising revenues But this is Lebanon, where politics is always involved Is something rotten in the state of the Lebanese press? For decades, Lebanese journalism has been applauded as the freest, most outspoken and most literate in the heavily censored Arab world .

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