Media in the Arab World Day to Day correspondent Eric Weiner's five-part series profiles the rise of homegrown television programming in the Arabic world, and how what people see on television is having a profound effect on the morals and social customs of a largely conservative Islamic land.

Islamic Televangelists Draw Acolytes, Critics

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Going Online for News, Love and Democracy

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Alhurra: America's Broadcast Campaign

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An Explosion of Racy Homegrown Entertainment

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