Egyptian journalist Amr Adib announces his retirement in a news that shocked millions!! what happened ?! (exciting details)


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The journalist Amr Adib blew up a loud surprise on the air, announcing his intention to retire from the media, in his speech during his program Al-Hekaya, which he presents on MBC.

Adeeb said that he will retire from the media a year from now, which surprised all his followers, as he is considered one of the most successful media professionals today.

After his announcement, many people have a question in their minds, which is when to retire from the media, and is there a specific date when the broadcaster must give up his chair and move away from the screen, or is the issue left to the choice of each broadcaster.

We directed this question to the media professor to answer it.. so what did they say?!.

Hassan Makkawi, a professor of media, said: The announcer retires when he feels that he has nothing new to offer to his audience, and at that time, all his ideas and skills are exhausted during his work period, and he feels that the demand for watching him began to decrease and fade or weaken in one way or another, and he tries to preserve his history and mental image. in front of the spectators.

He added: And the broadcaster who does this is judging things professionally, but at other times there are personal factors that he may not have disclosed in real terms, and there are some broadcasters who decide to stay away from the screen for personal purposes, such as he felt that the channel he works on was not renewed for him again. , or that the material remuneration he was receiving will decrease, or there are requests from the channel management to reduce the duration of his program, and all of these things weaken his position.

He continued his speech by saying: It is necessary to renew the blood and give the opportunity to new faces of broadcasters, and this may happen timidly in some satellite channels, but it did not happen in a large and large way, and most channels hesitate to give the opportunity to young people, especially in some types of programs such as talk shows, If this happens and the experiment is successful, we will find that there is no problem with the broadcaster moving away because there will be many alternative models.

As for Safwat Al-Alam, a professor of media, he said: There is no doubt that the broadcaster can retire when he achieves his professional and personal goals because at that time he feels that he has a state of saturation, and sometimes the broadcaster retires when he finds that the opportunity is no longer available to him as it used to happen in the past, or that the size of a certain He is given much less flexibility and freedom than in the past, and therefore the motives for retiring for the media or broadcaster are personal, and are linked to the lack of an atmosphere that allows him to reach what he achieved in the past.

He added: I think that the idea of ​​retiring for the broadcaster should take place at the right time, when the announcer realizes the size of his message, and he must also learn how to retire, because there are broadcasters who continue to be on the screen but they repeat themselves and do not present anything new, and here he takes from His credit and popularity over the course of his media career.

He continued his speech, saying: There is a condition that must occur, which is that the media not threaten to retire and use that as a card that expresses failure, but that he must be honest in his relationship with the public and clear in the justifications for his retirement if circumstances require him to announce this, as some resort to waving retirement to achieve the purposes Others, such as increasing his material wage or for the purpose of putting pressure on the channel in which he works, or the idea of ​​linking the wage to advertising, all of which are tricks that some use in order to reach personal purposes.

And Mona Al-Hadidi, the professor of media, continued: As for the media, Amr Adib, he previously stated that he will not present his program on a daily basis, as he has reached the age of 56, and this is a normal thing that should happen because there is a so-called gradual intensity of work, but the announcer is not required to announce his retirement in A specific period for the public because this can be understood as wanting to sympathize with the public and turn the matter into a public demand to continue its work, so the idea of ​​announcing retirement is not a professional matter.

She added: As for talking about the idea of ​​when the announcer retires, there are specific professions that have an age for contracting and there are other professions that do not have a specific age, and the media person does not have a specific age to retire, but what determines that is the form and type of media material that he provides, meaning that the talk show broadcaster is different. About the presenter of variety programs or sports programmes, and therefore what determines the date of the announcer’s retirement is the type of media activity that he practices.

She continued her speech, saying: There are no fixed determinants for retiring or staying away from the screen, especially for the broadcaster who can evade the idea of ​​old age by presenting a weekly program instead of daily programs and so on, so the matter carries a lot of flexibility, and it can continue as long as his health and mental condition is good He is able to stand in front of the camera and has an influence on the audience.

Mahmoud Alam El-Din, professor of media, confirmed that there are no professional bases that specify a specific date for the media’s retirement, but that the presence of the broadcaster on the screen depends on the extent of his ability and popularity, and he can continue his work until a late age.

Alameddine added: The only one who is able to answer the question of when a broadcaster or media person will retire is the broadcaster himself, and no one else because he is able to determine the appropriate time for him to leave the screen and stay away from his audience.

He continued his speech: There are broadcasters who prefer to retire while they are at the top, and there are others who prefer to remain on the screen until the last moment, and each of them has their reasons for doing so, and there is no specific rule that we follow in this matter.

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