Foreign media will have to pay between £4,500 ($7,000) and £6,500 ($10,000) if they want to broadcast the verdict and sentencing of ex-president Hosni Mubarak, his sons and security chiefs in a murder and corruption trial, English Ahram reported quoting the head the of the state's Egyptian Radio and Television Union, Tharwat al-Mekki, interviewed by the official MENA news agency.
Egyptian state television will broadcast live the trial verdict on Saturday.
Chief Judge Rifaat Said decided to end the live broadcast last August to avoid witnesses to be influenced and take a stand.
Mubarak and his security chiefs are charged with murder over the killings of protesters during the 18-day revolt that overthrew him on February 11, 2011.
The ex-president and his sons, Alaa and Gamal, are also charged with corruption.