U.S. Struggles to Build Iraqi TV Network

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U.S. efforts to establish a credible Iraqi broadcast news and entertainment network have fallen far short of expectations. Many Iraqis see the content as state-controlled propaganda. The Bush administration hopes a new approach — and an additional $96 million — will help. NPR's Eric Westervelt reports.

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