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Bassem Youssef – Wikipedia                                       In 2013, Youssef was named one of the «100 most influential people in the world»[74] by Time magazine and one of Foreign Policy magazine’s 100 Leading Global Thinkers. In November 2013, Youssef’s role in the media was recognized by the committee to Protect Journalists, which awarded him with the International Press Freedom Award, along with three other journalists.[75][76] In 2015, Youssef received an honorary degree and delivered the commencement address for the College of Online & Continuing Education at Southern New Hampshire University.[77] Al Bernameg was chosen by South by Southwest, one of the largest international interactive festivals, as the first and most successful internet to TV conversion story in the Middle East. Al Bernameg’s YouTube channel was the first channel in the MENA region to reach one million subscribers and was awarded the gold button trophy. Youssef’s comedic style has led to him being dubbed «Egypt’s Jon Stewart»[78] after Stewart’s satirical The Daily Show, which had itself inspired Youssef to pursue a career in television.[79][80][81] In 2013, he was named on Time 100.[8

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