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Al-Jazeera’s coverage of Egypt protests may hasten revolution in world news | The Guardian

Donald Rumsfeld demonised it and George Bush allegedly said he wanted to bomb it. No one was quite sure whether the then White House incumbent was joking or not, but its offices have been hit by US forces. Twice.

Now something rather strange has begun to happen to the Arabic language news broadcaster al-Jazeera and the English language channel it launched nearly five years ago; American viewers have begun to demand it. It is clear some kind of watershed has been reached when the Kansas City Star publishes a cut-out-and-keep guide to the “easiest way to get al-Jazeera English”.

Read more of this story here: Al-Jazeera’s coverage of Egypt protests may hasten revolution in world news | Media | The Guardian.

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