A bridge to the Middle East

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Author: Jonathan Curiel
Date: September-October 2003
From: Columbia Journalism Review(Vol. 42, Issue 3)
Publisher: Columbia University, Graduate School of Journalism
Document Type: Brief article
Length: 347 words

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On April 8, the lead story on many of the Arab world's most prominent TV news outlets was how U.S. forces had fired on two Baghdad buildings containing journalists, killing a Reuters cameraman from the Spanish network, Telecinco, and an Al-Jazeera correspondent. These reports also led a two-year-old satellite program in the United States called Mosaic, which rebroadcasts (with English voice-overs) selected segments from the Arab news shows.

U.S. viewers may have bristled at the language in that day's program, which included references to the "martyred"...

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Curiel, Jonathan. "A bridge to the Middle East." Columbia Journalism Review, vol. 42, no. 3, 2003, p. 9. Accessed 27 Sept. 2020.
  

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