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Open Al Jazeera (Television network)
Al Jazeera (Television network)

Founded in 1996, the Qatari satellite broadcasting station Al Jazeera has become the most popular news network in the Arab world and has a worldwide

Open Aragon, Louis, 1897-1982
Aragon, Louis, 1897-1982

( lwē ärägôN' ), 1897–1982, French writer. One of the founders of surrealism in literature, Aragon abandoned that philosophy for Marxism after a trip

Open Bagehot, Walter, 1826-1877
Bagehot, Walter, 1826-1877

( băj'Әt ), 1826–77, English social scientist. After working in his father's banking firm, he edited (1860–77) the Economist (which had been founded

Book publishing

The term publishing means, in the broadest sense, making something publicly known. Historically, it came to refer to the issuing of printed materials,

Open Branding (Marketing)
Branding (Marketing)

Branding is the process by which companies differentiate their products from their competition. In developing a unique identity, which may include a

Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878

William Cullen Bryant, whom Walt Whitman called the “bard of the river and wood, ever conveying a taste of open air, with scents as from hayfields,

Caricatures and cartoons

[Ital., cartone =paper], either of two types of drawings: in the fine arts, a preliminary sketch for a more complete work; in journalism, a humorous

Cecil B. De Mille

(Cecil Blount De Mille), 1881–1959, American movie director and producer, b. Ashfield, Mass. In 1914, together with Samuel Goldwyn , he made the first

Open Censorship

FREEDOM OF BELIEF and conscience are essential to democracy; censorship threatens the free exchange of ideas that allows democracy to flourish.

Open Communication

Communication is a social process that requires the participation of two or more persons. It involves the human ability to use abstract concepts in