How Global Is Your News?

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A bomb goes off in Nairobi — does it make the front page in Des Moines? As the world becomes increasingly complex, has our ability to cover it kept pace? We look at globalization and the media, part of Think Global, public radio's week of special coverage.

Guests:

Mark Neikirk, managing editor of The Cincinnati Post and The Kentucky Post

Oliver Boyd-Barrett, incoming director, School of Communication Studies at Bowling Green State University; co-editor, The Globalization of News

Richard Sambrook, CEO of BBC World and Director of BBC's Global News Division

Andres Izarra, Minister of Information, Venezuela

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