KCET to Broadcast Al Jazeera English & Other World News Outlets on its Main Channel

Starting at 3:00 pm this afternoon, KCET will bring viewers up to date on the continuing crisis in Egypt and the Mideast. As more than a million protestors gather in Cairo's Tahrir Square, embattled President Hosni Mubarak announced today he will not run for re-election next fall.

KCET will offer a number of different perspectives from around the globe on this breaking new story - from the BBC World News in London - IBA News in Tel Aviv - NHK Newsline in Tokyo - Russia Today in Moscow and Washington, D.C. - and Al Jazeera English in Washington, D.C.

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The February 1 news lineup is as follows:

3:00 pm BBC World News

3:30 pm IBA News

4:00 pm Al Jazeera English News

4:30 pm Russia Today

5:00 pm BBC World News

5:30 pm NHK Newsline

6:00 pm BBC World News

The photo used on this post is by Flickr user Floris Van Cauwelaert. It is used under a Creative Commons License.

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Bohdan is Senior Vice President, Broadcast, Syndication, and Program Development for KCETLink.
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