Al Jazeera: A Voice for the Voiceless

Windish, Joe
March 2010
Moderate Voice;3/30/2010, p1
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The article focuses on the issue concerning the effectiveness of the Al Jazeera English as a television station. It states that the philosophy of Al-Jazeera English is to give voice for the voiceless. It indicates that Al-Jazeera English has 50 nationalities from all backgrounds, religions, and races. It notes that Al Jazeera is a television station which is global and aims to enable journalists from different origin, culture, religion, and background to practice journalism.


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