Marcel Ghanem

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Marcel Ghanem
Born 1964 (age 52–53)
Yahchouch, Lebanon
Nationality Lebanese
Occupation TV journalism
Known for Host of Kalam AL NASS

Marcel Ghanem (Arabic: مارسيل غانم‎‎) (born 1964) is a well known Lebanese journalist.He is a multi-award winner with over 20 years of experience in political "talk shows".Marcel Ghanem is today an influential voice for democracy, freedom of expression, social justice, political autonomy and a talk-show icon.

Early years[edit]

Ghanem was born in Yahchouch, Lebanon in 1964. He graduated from Lebanese University with a Bachelor of Laws degree in 1987. He also studied biology[citation needed] while giving tutoring lessons in the morning. He then practiced as an attorney between 1987 and 1994.[citation needed]

Career[edit]

Ghanem presented a political talk show on the Lebanese Broadcasting Corporation (LBC) and Radio Liban Libre from 1991 to 1993. The program was called Kalam Massoul, co-hosted by journalist May Chidiac.

Since 1995 Ghanem has hosted the talk show Kalam El Nass, also on LBC.

Awards[edit]

  • Best Journalist Award Murex D'or Award 2005


جائزة أفضل إعلامــــــي
جائزة الموريكس الذهبي

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