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More rare broadcast journalistic integrity on I-P

To add to Australian anchor at CNN Rosemary Church, we now have John Snow, UK correspondent and Neil Macdonald, Canadian CBC Correspondent – check out these four clips compiled at BrassCheck TV and sponsored at YouTube.

View clips (all v. short and very worthwhile viewing)

2 comments on “More rare broadcast journalistic integrity on I-P

  1. m.idrees
    5 August, 2006

    Great stuff on your blog. Looks like we have common interests. Just wanted to point out that the Channel 4 journalist’s name is John Snow (not Jim). And you can see more of their current coverage (which is not always of the same quality) here.

  2. peoplesgeography
    5 August, 2006

    Thanks very much for stopping by M.idrees and for pointing out Snow’s correct name. Appreciate the link also. Cheers, Ann

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This entry was posted on 5 August, 2006 by in Empire, War and Terror, Human Rights, Israel, Israel Watch, Lebanon, Media, Middle East, Palestine Peace, UK, USA.

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