Marash: 'I still think Al Jazeera is must-see TV'


“The product is too good, too significant, to not have a market in the U.S., given the complete abdication of American networks and cable channels from actually covering international news," says Dave Marash, who quit Al Jazeera English in 2008 after accusing the network of anti-American bias. He tells Gail Shister that AJE's coverage of the Middle East uprisings rates "an A-minus, at worst." || Tony Rogers: Is Al Jazeera anti-Semitic and anti-American? || Hugh Miles: Will the "Al Jazeera Effect" continue to ripple across the Middle East?

> From 2006: Marash says many question his association with AJE

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