The fall edition of Arab Media and Society journal is on line with lots of interesting essays. Larry Pintak, director of the prestigious Adham Center of Television Journalism in the American University of Cairo, is dealing with the Indonesian media. Indonesia is the biggest Islamic country in the world and there are not many analysis available on it, so this is a good opportunity to know what kind of lessons the Arab press could learn. Coming back to the Arab region, there is Courtney Radsch ‘s article on the Egyptian blogosphere which gives interesting insights on one of the most “à la mode” topic in Western media. Not to forget Paul Cochrane’s paper on the Lebanese media battle. Enjoy!