Posts Tagged “Radio”

The Power of Our Human Voice, from Marconi to Woods Hole, MA.

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The Power of Our Human Voice, from Marconi to Woods Hole, MA.

The Power of Our Human Voice, from Marconi to Woods Hole, MA. By B. Nimri Aziz Heard “Trader Joe’s” podcast yet? I don’t know who might listen to a 22-minute corporate ad. But, given how cool podcasts have become: hey, that sounds inviting. The idea is also an implicit endorsement for radio– because that’s where…

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Jordanian hate speech law could further stifle press freedoms

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Jordanian hate speech law could further stifle press freedoms

Jordanian hate speech law could further stifle press freedoms By Ignacio Miguel Delgado Culebras CPJ Middle East and North Africa Correspondent Recently proposed amendments to Jordan’s 2015 cybercrime law, including a vague and broad definition of hate speech, will further stifle press freedom on the pretext of protecting the country’s citizens, and could result in further…

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How racism infects the American mainstream news media

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How racism infects the American mainstream news media

How racism infects the American mainstream news media Racism dominates the mainstream American news media and there are examples of this everyday in news stories that the media promotes. The real tragedy is that most Arab Americans don’t care and do nothing about it. Instead, they prefer to be led by their noses against populist…

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Random thoughts from Taiwan to flag burning

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Random thoughts from Taiwan to flag burning

Random thoughts from Taiwan to flag burning Columnist Ray Hanania looks at a range of issues and random thoughts from the controversy over President-elect Trump’s phone call from Taiwan and the issue of Chinese corruption, to the offensiveness of the “liberty” of allowing anyone to burn the American Flag. Originally published in the Des Plaines…

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Border(less): refugees face challenges

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Border(less): refugees face challenges

Border(less): refugees face challenges. Today we follow a Kurdish family as they flee their home and navigate Europe’s elusive borders.  By Kerning Cultures How do you lose a family member in Europe’s elusive borders? And as a refugee how do you navigate the world of smugglers when crossing the English Channel? At a time when…

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US Arab Radio celebrates 11th Year

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US Arab Radio celebrates 11th Year

US Arab Radio celebrates its 11th Year as one of the only daily radio program addressing American Arab and Muslim issues. The need to expand and support our American Arab and Muslim media is critical to our community’s effectiveness in this country. Only a few media — the Arab American News and US Arab Radio,…

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