Al-Hurra Reaches Limited Audience in Middle East
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Al-Hurra Reaches Limited Audience in Middle East

Al-Hurra, an Arabic-language television network financed by the U.S. government, attracts a far smaller audience than its chief competitors, al-Jazeera and al-Arabiya. Video by washingtonpost.comEditor's Note: An earlier version of this video included incorrect footage.

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