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newspaper executive

Camille Gabriel Menassa, Lebanese newspaper executive. Member Christian Islamic National Dialogue Committee; member RDCL Committee; Member International Advertising Association (president Lebanon chapter), Knight of Order of Mount Sinai, Press Editor Syndicat, Rotary (committee member).

Background

Menassa, Camille Gabriel was born on February 4, 1936 in Beirut, Lebanon. Son of Gabriel and Laurence (Ghanem) Menassa.

Education

Diploma of Philosophy, St. Joseph University, Beirut, 1954. License Law, St. Joseph University, Beirut, 1959.

Career

Reporter L'Orient-Le Jour, Beirut, 1959, news director and main Arabic broadcaster, 1960-1971, director, since 1971. Founder, director National Centre for Cinema and television, Ministry of Information. Correspondent ABC television, 1970-1972, director media press, 1971-1973.

Correspondent Radio Monte Carlo (France), 1967-1976. Correspondent La Suisse newspaper. Producer, broadcaster weekly political Lebanese television programme Hazal Ousbouh.

Lecturer, professor Institute of Journalism, Lebanese University. Chairman Les Editions L'Orient-Le Jour. Lecturer in field; consultant on press matters in Arab countries.

Membership

Member Christian Islamic National Dialogue Committee. Member RDCL Committee. Member International Advertising Association (president Lebanon chapter), Knight of Order of Mount Sinai, Press Editor Syndicat, Rotary (committee member).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Tennis, ping pong/table tennis, jogging, reading, travel.

Connections

Married May Abdel Sater, 1961 (divorced 1981). 1 child, Walid; married Liliane Arakelyan, December 1990.

father:
Gabriel Menassa

mother:
Laurence (Ghanem) Menassa

spouse:
May Abdel Sater

spouse:
Liliane Arakelyan

child:
Walid Menassa