Tuesday, February 21, 2006 at 9:06 AM
Imagine this for a moment - you're part of well known international news organization, and, like your competition, you strive to break stories and report them with all the balance humanly possible, bending over backwards to get every side of the story. And then, no matter how important you become in the lives of your viewers, and how well you think you're doing job, the only consistent success you find is successfully angering people on both sides of every issue. That's the story of Al-Jazeera, and it's the topic of a talk Wednesday, February 22, at Case Western Reserve University by the current host of that network's talk show From Washington. From the Washington bureau of Al-Jazeera, Hafez al Mirazi spoke to ideastream's Dan Moulthrop.
Hafez al Mirazi is speaking at Case as part of the Susie Gharib lectures in journalism. For more information, click here.
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