January 16, 2018: Book Launch – New York City
A book launch party for Broadcasting Change will be held in New York City. Event begins at 6 pm. To request an invitation, click here.
February 7, 2018: Geopolitics With Granieri – Foreign Policy Research Institute, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Joseph Braude will be the featured guest at the monthly series “Geopolitics with Granieri” — and discuss Broadcasting Change. The event begins at 6:30 pm. Admission costs $10 and is free for members of FPRI. For more information, click here. 6:15 registration, 6:30 program, 7:30 private dinner for VIPs. Free for FPRI members and $10 for non-members.
March 14, 2018: World Affairs Council of Greater Reading – Reading, Pennsylvania
Joseph Braude will discuss the book Broadcasting Change at the World Affairs Council of Greater Reading in Reading, Pennsylvania. Event begins at 12 pm. For more information, click here.
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December 16, 2017
Veteran Mideast peace envoy Dennis Ross has called Broadcasting Change an "important and original book," and writes, "Policymakers should read broadcasting change, but so should anyone who cares about and years for a different and more hopeful future in the Middle East."
December 17, 2017
Leading Saudi media figure and former Al-Arabiya GM Abdulrahman Al-Rashed has endorsed Broadcasting Change. He writes, "Braude's expertise in the Arabic language and history of deep involvement in the Arab world make him ideally suited to investigate the problems and the promise of this field."
"As Joseph Braude argues in this groundbreaking book, media can play a crucial role in countering extremism, challenging entrenched ideas, and bridging distances."
— Abdulrahman Al-Rashed, leading Saudi journalist and former General Manager of Al-Arabiya News Channel