A Look at Arab Media

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If Washington is fighting a war of ideas in the Arab world, then one of the most important battlegrounds is the Arab media. Join NPR's Neal Conan and his guests for a guide to how the Arab press covers the world and how it shapes public opinion.

Guests:

Shibley Telhami
*Anwar Sadat Professor for Peace and Development at the University of Maryland
*Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution

Abdul Rahman Al Rashed
*New general manager for Al-Arabiya TV
*Former editor in chief for London-based Arab paper Asharq Al-Awast

Hafez Al-Mirazi
*Washington bureau chief for Al-Jazeera Satellite Network

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