Young Moroccans Bypass Mainstream Media When protesters in southern Morocco clashed with security forces, there was very little coverage from state-run television stations. But amateur video posted on YouTube showed what the official media would not. Young Moroccans say the Web is leaving traditional media behind.
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Young Moroccans Bypass Mainstream Media

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Young Moroccans Bypass Mainstream Media

Young Moroccans Bypass Mainstream Media

Young Moroccans Bypass Mainstream Media

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When protesters in a southern Moroccan town clashed with security forces, there was very little coverage from the two state-run television stations. But amateur video posted on YouTube showed what the official media would not. Young Moroccans say in some ways, the Web is leaving the traditional media behind — although they don't trust everything they see.