Al Jazeera In 1000 Academic Studies

112. Name: Nassira Tami Title: Media Treatment of the Terrorism Phenomenon through Talk Shows in Specialized Arab Satellite Channels: An Analytical Comparative Study of the Qatari Al Jazeera and the Saudi Al Arabiya Channels Institution: University of Algiers Country: Algeria Date: 2013 Language: Arabic Abstract: After the events of September 11, 2001, most countries of the world agreed that terrorism has become a global phenomenon threatening their security and stability, and that it is a form of a negative and inhuman expression. In parallel to these developments, a number of Arab countries entered the era of satellites broadcasting by launching their own media channels, which challenged and changed many of the traditional media concepts. In this context, we have seen the emergence of a number of specialized Arab news channels. Among the satellite channels that excelled in developing an innovative approach in reporting news, including news on terrorism events, were Al Jazeera and Al Arabiya channels. This study adopts a descriptive analytical approach to analyze the media coverage of the terrorism phenomenon after September 11 events. The research focuses on the ways in which media coverage of those events has been handled in the talk shows of both Al Jazeera and Al Arabiya. It tries to understand and identify the similarities and differences between the news frameworks used in these two channels during their coverage of terrorism acts.


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