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Journal

Journal

NATO on the brink once again in the Balkans, Disunity in Europe over the bombing of Iraq, and economic turmoil in Brazil and Asia --- your viewers have plenty of news to stay on top of in 1999. Keep them ahead of the game with news, and analysis from Deutsche Welle's " Journal". On each "Journal" broadcast there's a thorough look at the day's top stories, interviews with newsmakers and editorial comment from newspapers around the globe. If your viewers are looking for the bigger picture of world news, make "Journal" a daily part of your information schedule. The 30-minute newsmagazine from Berlin is a refreshing break from traditional American TV news. Deutsche Welle makes this important daily offering available to all public television stations at no cost. [28 minutes] Closed Captioning

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Series Description: As one of the world's largest international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle provides public television viewers the unique opportunity to see our world from another perspective. The economic meltdown taking place in Greece, Portugal, and Spain, revolutions in Egypt and Syria spilling over to Europe, and the worldwide campaign to combat global warming are issues that affect viewers on both sides of the Atlantic. On DW-TV's Journal, reporters and presenters from our Berlin studios provide your viewers depth and clarity as well as a unique European perspective on the day's events.

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