TITLE

NYSE BANS AL JAZEERA REPORTERS

PUB. DATE
March 2003
SOURCE
New York Amsterdam News;3/27/2003, Vol. 94 Issue 13, p2
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Al Jazeera, the Arabic-language satellite television channel, has said on March 25, 2003 that the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York City, New York is banning its reporters, a move the channel has attributed to its reports on the Iraq war. Al Jazeera has received an official letter from NYSE informing it that the channel's financial reporters can no longer present their reports from the exchange. U.S. military officials have criticized Al Jazeera for carrying Iraqi television images of U.S. prisoners of war, and the station has given extensive coverage to wide-spread Arab criticism of the U.S. war on Iraq. The station said the exchange withdrew the press card of Al Jazeera reporter Ammar al-Sankari and ordered its other reporter, Ramzi Shiber, to hand over his press card immediately.
ACCESSION #
9423805

 

Related Articles

  • UP TO THE CHALLENGE. Kaufman, Debra // Television Week;10/8/2007, Vol. 26 Issue 38, p27 

    The article focuses on KVUE-TV, a TV station and ABC affiliate owned by Belo Corp. in Austin, Texas. It describes the competition posed by the live music scene in Texas on the TV station. Newscast from KVUE has not lost a ratings race in a major ratings period in the last year and a half. For...

  • `Blues' to news with mixed reviews. Lafayette, Jon // Electronic Media;06/26/2000, Vol. 19 Issue 26, p3 

    Focuses on the decision of former `NYPD Blues' star Andrea Thompson to give up acting to pursue a career in journalism. Reactions to the hiring of Thompson by KRQE-TV despite her lack of television news experience; Harsh opinions about Thompson; Efforts of Thompson to learn the trade.

  • One-man bands could be playing in big markets. Wang, Karissa S. // Electronic Media;11/13/2000, Vol. 19 Issue 46, p29 

    Reports that television stations in major cities in the United States plan to ask their reporters to shoot their own news video recordings as of November 13, 2000. Advances in news gathering equipment and technology that may allow reporters to produce their news video.

  • Why Everybody Is a Reporter. Romano, Allison // Broadcasting & Cable;8/22/2005, Vol. 135 Issue 34, p14 

    Discusses the growing number of citizen journalists in the U.S. Factor that drives the growth of citizen media; Opinion of traditional journalists and media companies on citizen journalism; Information on viewer-created programs of television channel Current; Concerns of news executives on...

  • Newsies flood scene of devastation. Learmonth, Michael // Daily Variety;8/31/2005, Vol. 288 Issue 42, p9 

    Reports on the efforts of television reporters to cover the impact of Hurricane Katrina on New Orleans, Louisiana. Admission of NBC News vice president on the problem of networks that cover the situation; Claim of Steve Harrigan, correspondent of Fox, on having to take iodine tablets; Move of...

  • News topper ankles RAI1. Zecchinelli, Cecilia // Daily Variety;10/03/2000, Vol. 269 Issue 22, p12 

    Announces the resignation of news director and journalist Gad Lerner from Italian television channel RAI1 on October 1, 2000 after a political controversy over graphic child pornography that ran during a primetime newscast in Italy the previous week. Lerner's reason for leaving; Action demanded...

  • "Giddings Homicide Investigation".  // Quill;May/Jun2012, Vol. 100 Issue 3, p53 

    The article announces that Michelle Quesada and Tyler Southard of WGXA NewsCentral Fox24 and ABC16 in Macon, Georgia have won the 2011 Sigma Delta Chi Awards for Breaking News Coverage in television for their report titled "Giddings Homicide Investigation."

  • RTNDF To Recognize Katrina Coverage. Eggerton, John // Broadcasting & Cable;2/6/2006, Vol. 136 Issue 6, p23 

    Reports on the First Amendment Leadership Award to be given by the Radio-Television news Directors Foundation to television stations in Louisiana and Mississippi for their public service efforts to keep residents informed during Hurricane Katrina. Number of radio stations cited; Television...

  • 'If the audience for real news is small, so be it'.  // Media: Asia's Media & Marketing Newspaper;11/13/2008, p12 

    The article presents an interview with television news journalists Teymoor Nabili and Jeremy Pink. Nabili says that there are a lot of well-informed, responsible and competent bloggers. According to Pink, TV channels have marketing opportunities to serve local and regional audiences. Nabili adds...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics