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Egypt's State TV At A Crossroads After Mubarak

by Merrit Kennedy
Oct 4, 2012 (All Things Considered) — Change is in the air at Egypt's state-run television. It is no longer the mouthpiece of a dictator, but there's a fight for leadership and editorial direction.

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