This essay approves that while the western print media was in the forefront in reporting stories about the revolution, it is apparent that their information was not as effective given that most of these nations have cut the journalistic resources dedicated to foreign affairs. Perhaps the only foreign visual media that has been constantly involved in broadcasting the events of the uprising has been Al Jazeera was al Jazeera that has been lauded for its visually stimulating news to the world. These images were broadcasted to a global audience and became the springboards of the revolution.
This report makes a conclusion that there is no doubt that the media plays a very crucial role in the spread of information both within and outside national borders. However, with governments keen on regulating the mainstream media, this has been somewhat of a challenge. However, the emergence of the social media has been instrumental in passing along information that has been impossible to transmit through the mainstream media. A thorough examination shows that the digital/social media was instrumental in the Spring Uprising that spread across the Arab World in 2011. Through the use of social media, the protesters were able to stay in touch in their planning and execution of their mission. The effect of this new form of media was that several regimes such as Tunisia and Egypt fell while others like Libya led to the overthrow of the regimes.