Interview on the election of Mohamed Morsy as the president of Egypt and its implications, PBS, 2012.
Quoted in an article titled Sky Enters Arabic News Market by Tom Gara, Financial Times, 2012.
Article in Al Ahram about the ownership of the FM radio channels, Al Ahram newspaper, 2012.
Al Ahram writer and critic Nasr el Afas wrote an opinion editorial titled “The Minister of Interior in Cairo Time,” on Hafez Al Mirazis show. The article was featured in el Afas’s regular column, Listen to Me , Al Ahram daily newspaper, 2012.
Interview on the parliamentary elections, Al Nahar TV, 2011.
Al Mirazi was featured in Backlight, VPRO’s Future Affairs weekly program, in a documentary titled The Battle for the Arab Viewer, VPRO, Dutch TV, 2011.
Host of Cairo Local Time, a 90-minute talk show airing on Dream TV 2. The show tackles pressing issues and contemporary events in Egypt and the region, with a concentration on political news. Al Mirazi presents the show on weekends, Dream TV, 2011.
Interview on issues pertaining to media reform, Dream 2 TV , 2011.
Article titled قناة حكومية.. ليست عيباً, Al Ahram daily newspaper, 2011.
Article titled المطلوب لإعلامنا الآن, Al Ahram daily newspaper, 2011.
Guest speaker on Masr El Naharda (Egypt Today) TV show, with presenter Tamer Amin. Al Mirazi spoke about national TV coverage of the revolution and other political events before and after Mubarak, Local Channel 2, 2011.
Al Mirazi’s situation with Al Arabiya news channel was covered in Al Safeer newspaper. The article featured Al Mirazis opinion on the channels sudden decision to stop airing his show due its own justifications, Al Safeer, 2011.
Interview on the situation in Libya and the role of the Egyptian media after the revolution, Dream TV, 2011.
Guest speaker with Charlie Rose right after Mubarak stepped down, speaking about Egypt after Mubarak, PBS, 2011.
Traveled to Tunisia for two days to cover the Tunisian revolution for the channel right before the onset of the Egyptian revolution on January 25, 2011, Al Arabiya news channel, 2011.