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2. Media Talk podcast: Blogging the revolution from the al-Jazeera forum in Doha

Media Talk podcast: Blogging the revolution from the al-Jazeera forum in Doha

Matt Wells reports on changes in media in the Arab world in the light of the uprisings in the Middle East and north AfricaMatt WellsFrancesca Panetta Mar 16, 2011

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4. Russia Election

Russia Election

MOSCOW - Al Jazeera's Christopher True is in the Russian capital Moscow to cover the presidential election.

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5. Israel lobby censors groundbreaking Al Jazeera documentary on Israel lobby

Israel lobby censors groundbreaking Al Jazeera documentary on Israel lobby

Max Blumenthal and Ben Norton speak with journalist Ali Abunimah about the censoring of Al Jazeera's undercover documentary exposing the Israel lobby in the US from the inside, and Qatar's relations to the US, Palestine, and Saudi Arabia. PART 2 of episode 20. FULL episode here: https://soundcloud.com/moderaterebels/palestine-gaza-ali-abunimah-episode-20

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6. Culture with Rob Bound - How Al Jazeera fares in the Balkans

Culture with Rob Bound - How Al Jazeera fares in the Balkans

We visit Art Basel Miami Beach and a Hilla Becher exhibition, as well as hearing how Al Jazeera have been making news in the Balkans. Dec 05, 2011

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7. Al Jazeera America's “The Interruption”

Al Jazeera America's “The Interruption”

Al Jazeera America's “The Interruption,” a podcast hosted by Wajahat Ali, aims to get past packaged talking points to engage viewpoints often overlooked by the headlines in an in-depth conversation about pressing social and political issues of the day. Our pilot podcast asks: “Does Islam need a reformation? Or, are Muslims, and their faith, being unfairly scapegoated and demonized?” We invited three well-known writers to do an audit of their faith as it is lived in diverse Muslim communities, to separate reality from sensationalism and offer some new thinking. This is a pilot. Please let us know what you think by leaving a comment below. What other subjects would you like to see covered? Mehdi Hasan is the presenter of 'Head to Head' on Al Jazeera English, a contributor to the Guardian and the former political editor of The New Statesman and then political director of the Huffington Post UK. Rabia Chaudry is a national security fellow at the New America Foundation, president of the Safe Nation Collaborative, an attorney, writer and frequent public speaker, and co-host of the hit podcast Undisclosed: the State vs Adnan Sayed. Haroon Moghul is a Senior Correspondent at Religion Dispatches and previously a Fellow at the Center on National Security at Fordham Law. He is a graduate student at Columbia University. Intro music: "Night Owl" by Broke For Free (http://brokeforfree.com/)

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8. Reports from 21st International AIDS Conference 2016

Reports from 21st International AIDS Conference 2016

A collection of reports from the 21st International Conference on Aids, held in South Africa, 2016.

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9. Peter Greste recalls the charges against him and the other Al Jazeera journalists in Egypt

Peter Greste recalls the charges against him and the other Al Jazeera journalists in Egypt

In 2013, Peter Greste and his Al Jazeera colleagues Baher Mohamed and Mohamed Fahmy were imprisoned in Egypt simply for doing their jobs as journalists.

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10. Turkey Elections 2015

Turkey Elections 2015

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12. Talk: Ayman Mohyeldin, correspondent for Al Jazeera English, stresses the importance of context

Talk: Ayman Mohyeldin, correspondent for Al Jazeera English, stresses the importance of context

Mohyeldin asserts Al Jazeera English frees news coverage from the exclusive interpretation by western media organizations

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13. Al Jazeera English interviewed its own reporters for an experimental podcast series

Al Jazeera English interviewed its own reporters for an experimental podcast series

In September, Al Jazeera English embarked on its first podcast series, The Debrief. The show, which ran until December, aimed to take audiences deeper into the stories that don't make the mainstream news. Each episode featured interviews with journalists who discussed their experiences reporting on an issue, accompanied with audio clips and interviewees that hadn't made the cut for television. "Stories affect us when we are out in the field, and that in itself is a story worth telling – it's an important part of the equation," Yasir Khan, who edited The Debrief, explained. "We also wanted to share stories of overcoming, stories that you don't hear on the mainstream news." The international news organisation employs journalists from over 50 countries, reporting from hundreds of places around the world every day. In what Khan calls “privileged access conversations” with reporters, analysts, filmmakers and photojournalists, audiences are transported to places they'd probably never go to, and can appreciate what the news organisation goes through to bag the stories.

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