The Evolution of the Al-Jazeera News Network

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In more than a decade of on-air programming, the Al-Jazeera television network has changed the face of broadcasting in the Middle East. Guests discuss the evolution of the network and how Al-Jazeera may change as it faces new competitors.


Hugh Miles, author of Al-Jazeera: The Inside Story of the Arab News Channel that Is Challenging the West

Daoud Kuttab, Palestinian columnist; professor of journalism at Princeton University; founder of AmmanNet internet radio

Jamal Dajani, director of Middle Eastern programming for Link TV; producer for Mosaic World News



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