Skip to comments.Al-Jazeera to beam convention, local color to Mideast [Obeyme constituents]
Posted on 07/08/2008 8:37:33 AM PDT by Eurale
Among the international broadcasters that will cover the Democratic National Convention in Denver is al-Jazeera, the Arab satellite news network based in Qatar. Al-Jazeera English (launched in 2006) and al-Jazeera Arabic, separate but collaborative networks, will send two dozen staffers each. "This presidential election is the biggest story of the year, even on the international level," according to Camille El Hassani, senior producer for al-Jazeera English, based in Washington. "The next president's ideologies and his philosophies affect our viewers. Al-Jazeera is making a commitment to be at all the big events, including the conventions, Democratic and Republican." Al-Jazeera English will operate at the Pepsi Center and in Golden, where it plans to interview local business leaders, consumers and others.
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So glad TNN (Terrorist News Network) will be giving us it’s angle.
At a John Kerry event in 2004, several news station hung their banners around the room (I assume the ones that were covering the event)...Al-Jazeera’s banner was there too.
The question is, whose coverage will be more fawning: the MSM’s or Al-Jazeera’s? Tough call.
Obama wins and the militants can plant bombs without consequences.
As someone pointed out on another thread especially read (f)
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