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Link TV is the first national television network offering a global perspective on news, current events and culture. The network presents issues and points of view not often covered in the US media, directly connecting viewers with people at the heart of national and international events, organizations in the forefront of social change, and the perspectives of diverse cultures within an increasingly global community. For more detailed information visit the LinkTV website.


 

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FAQ: Making Your Vote Count

This program addresses frequently asked questions about voters' rights, the risks associated with electronic voting machines and the strategies of hundreds of voter protection groups. The program offers guidance on how to make sure your vote counts on election day and how to report potential voting irregularities.

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FAQ: About Jobs and the Economy

This program highlights the stories of American workers who have recently faced the loss of their jobs and the ensuing complications.  Questions addressed include: What are the consequences of outsourcing of American jobs, NAFTA and globalization? How will the U.S. address the concerns of the unemployed, underemployed, working poor and uninsured?

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FAQ: The Military Manpower Crisis (Day 1)

This program addresses the military aspects of the issue, including shortfalls in recruitment and protective equipment, recent changes in Selective Service preparedness planning and the affect of extended deployment on military readiness.

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FAQ: The Military Family Crisis (Day 2)

This program examines the impact of extended deployment on military families and looks at what happening to the wounded. Are soldiers and their families getting the support they need? Are veterans being treated fairly?

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FAQ: The Politics of the Draft (Day 3)

This final installment of the series asks questions about the politics of the issue: Who will decide whether the draft is reinstated and who should the public believe? Is their a "back door" draft? Will there be "medical conscription"? Will there be more wars and where will we get the troops to wage them? Should everybody of age be required to serve?

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Mosaic: World News from the Middle East

Mosaic features selections from daily TV news programs produced by national broadcasters throughout the Middle East. The news reports are presented unedited and translated, when necessary, into English.

The broadcast for the evening of March 20, 2003
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The broadcast for the evening of March 19, 2003
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The Active Opposition - Iraq: The Campaign for Hearts and Minds

Host Peter Coyote and selected guests examine the Bush Administration’s “Iraq message”, and its particular mix of rational and emotional arguments to rally the American people behind its buildup to war.

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Iraq: Voices from the Street

A 23-minute documentary filmed during the visit of an American delegation to Baghdad in September 2002. Iraqi citizens, from the foreign minister to the man on the street, express their thoughts and opinions.

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MOSAIC: 9/11 Perspectives from the Middle East

The expanded broadcast for the evening of September 12, 2002.

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MOSAIC: 9/11 Perspectives from the Middle East

The expanded broadcast for the evening of September 11, 2002.

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MOSAIC: World News From The Middle East

WorldLink's daily selection of news reports in English from a variety of Middle Eastern broadcasters from Morocco and Egypt, Israel and The Palestinian Authority, to Iraq and Iran.

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MOSAIC: World News From The Middle East

WorldLink's daily selection of news reports in English from a variety of Middle Eastern broadcasters from Morocco and Egypt, Israel and The Palestinian Authority, to Iraq and Iran.

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Africa: The Politics of Poverty

A live call-in program about the impact of IMF and World Bank policies on poverty in Africa. Discussants include representatives from The World Bank, U.S. Treasury Department, the Open Society Institute and 50 Years Is Enough.

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Globalization: The Great Divide

Participants in two different economic fora representing divergent interests come together via satellite television in an extraordinary, unmediated discussion about the current state and the future of the world economy.

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Voices in Distress: A Dialogue on the Middle East Crisis

A WorldLink TV production that moves beyond the stereotypical image that all Palestinians and all Jews share a singular position or perspective on the current crisis in the Middle East.

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Vis a Vis: Beyond the Veil

Explores many of the profound cultural and political differences between Iran and America through a televised dialogue between two teachers, one from suburban Washington, D.C., the other from Teheran, Iran.

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Afghan Women: Eyes on the Future

A special live call-in show about Afghan women, with a live link to participants of the Afghan Women's Summit, held on December 4 – 6, 2001 at the European Commission in Brussels, Belgium.

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