The Iranian Protests, One Year Later

Friday, June 11, 2010

Transcript

One year after post-election protests in Iran captured the world’s attention, a number of Iranian-American journalists are taking stock. Was the reporting accurate? Were U.S. news consumers left with an accurate sense of the protest’s impact? Has Iran changed? Reza Aslan, Iranian-American journalist and author, holds the media and himself accountable.

Comments [3]

adele from beijing China

you mean the green - movement's aim is to force the government to make a reformation so that its people can have a voice in the domestic affairs! Do you think it is proper to compare the Iranian goverment with the Chinese government in 1999?

Jun. 14 2010 11:21 AM
adele from beijing China

the green - movement's aim is to force the government to have a reformation so that its people can have a voice in the government. Do you really think it is a good idea to compare the nowadays iranian government and the Chinese goverment in 1999?

Jun. 14 2010 11:15 AM
Richard Johnston from Manhattan upper west side

The segment does not seem to answer the very questions posed in the online introductory copy. I don't think I drew any wrong or incomplete conclusions from last year's reporting. It seemed to an educated observer that it was a diverse movement and a lot had gone on in Iran but it was going to take time for anything "revolutionary" to happen. Did we really need to hear from this dude at all, or is there something about an anniversary that demands attention?

Jun. 12 2010 09:16 AM

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