Iran and the Media: Piecing Together the Puzzle

Using Twitter and other social media to keep track of the protests

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

The government in Tehran is trying to control the flow of information inside Iran and to the outside world. But Iranians and foreign journalists are using a jigsaw of communications to piece together a picture of the news. We are joined by Kasra Naji, special correspondent for BBC Persian Television in London. Kasra is also the author of Ahmadinejad: The Secret History of Iran's Radical Leader.

Guests:

Kasra Naji

Hosted by:

Femi Oke

Comments [1]

behnam rahmanim

Hi kasra Naji . Do you remember me from Alborz highscool in tehran ? I live in Chicago USA and married with 2 children .If you like to email me to: bengems@hotmail.com. I like to meet you one day. Behnam Rahmanim

Oct. 25 2009 11:55 PM

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