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Today’s Woman covers President Obama’s Cairo speech as it pertains to
women. The broadcast will include a variety of art packages on exhibits
and performances from around the world. Also, one segment will discuss
cultural heritage with phoner guest Ms. Shikoo Mirzadeghi, writer and
cultural heritage activist based in Denver
News and Views offers comprehensive coverage of President Obama’s Cairo
speech to the Muslim world, and will have reactions and analysis. John
Limbert, Former US Ambassador, and
Ali Banuazizi, Director of the Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies
Program at Boston College, will be on hand to discuss. NaV also features
an interview with Saad Eddin Ebrahim, an Egyptian Civil Rights activist,
on the issues. The broadcast continues its election coverage with
analysis of the debates.
Straight Talk discusses President Obama’s Cairo speech and continues its
analysis of the twentieth anniversary of Khamenei's supreme leadership.
Late Edition wraps up President Obama’s speech in Cairo and discusses it
with journalist Omid Mamarian of UC Berkley’s Graduate School of
journalism. There’s also coverage of the E3 video gaming expo in Los
Angeles, and a preview of the new film “The Hangover.”
Newstalk features its roundup of PNN journalists who will analyze news
of the week.