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October 19, 2004



When you put out blantantly dishonest pap like that press release, how can you expect people to trust your reporting?


Not to distract from the tenor of this post, which strikes me as largely correct, but Elizabeth Eaves' point regarding alHurra playing with the numbers by giving each of the 7 countries equal weight in the 71 percent average doesn't hold water.

Averaging by population, we'd find that 74.2 percent of regular alHurra viewers find it either "very" or "somewhat reliable." While Kuwait and the UAE are overrepresented in the alHurra presentation, so are Jordan and Lebanon and their impact is far more negative than the others.

Anyway, there's enough other funniness to go around.

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