Emerging Afghan Media Triggering Change Media is starting to lead social change in Afghanistan. Television in particular is used to entertain and inform. And a private television channel, Tolo TV, has been critical of the government's policies.
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Emerging Afghan Media Triggering Change

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Emerging Afghan Media Triggering Change

Emerging Afghan Media Triggering Change

Emerging Afghan Media Triggering Change

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Media is starting to lead social change in Afghanistan. Television in particular is used to entertain, inform. Its private television channel, Tolo TV, criticize the government's policies. Saad Mohseni, one of three Afghan-Australian brothers who founded Arman Radio and Tolo TV, speaks with Renee Montagne.