On KALW’s weekly media round table, Khaled Diab took part in a radio debate on the rise of far-right politics on both sides of the Atlantic following the ‘Tea Party’ victory in the United States.
This week, KALW’s Media Round Table discussed coverage of the US mid-term elections. What role did the media play in shaping the conversation about the elections? The programme also talked about rise of right-wing political parties in Europe. Your Call iq hosted by Rose Aguilar.
Arthur Delaney, reporter with The Huffington Post
Khaled Diab, a journalist and writer who works in the Belgian and EU capital Brussels. He writes a regular column for The Guardian and also freelances with other publications.
Davey D, a nationally recognised journalist, syndicated talk show host and radio programmer with Hard Knock Radio on KPFA
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