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Nightline veteran joins Al-Jazeera International

by Adam Finley, posted Jan 14th 2006 9:33AM
david marashTed Koppel appears to have landed on his feet after the demise of Nightline, and yet another figure from that show has also found new employment. This time it's David Marash, who left Nightline as a correspondent last year. Marash will be the chief anchor and correspondent of Al-Jazeera International's Washington bureau when the new network launches this spring. Al-Jazeera International will be a 24-hour news channel. Four hours of each day would be dedicated to news out of Washington, in addition to a one-hour newscast co-anchored by Marash.

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everyone who was employed by Al-Jazeera International is kinda famous or worked in famous station before , from BBC to CNN riz khan

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