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When Al-Jazeera comes under fire for showing images of killed and captured American troops and is accused of defying the Geneva Convention (which applies to nations, not the media), Bec wryly wonders aloud if American networks are receiving the same amount of rebuke for showing Iraqi prisoners of war.
The Real Media Latin American Networks consist of the leading Internet newspapers and magazines in each local Latin American market, such as El Tiempo (Colombia), El Universal (Venezuela) El Mercurio (Chile) and Clarin (Argentina).
In addition to the Broadcasting Union's Euro-vision Exchange, most European television stations have their own exchange agreements with one or more of the four major American networks.
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With a new early morning flight out of Portland into Vancouver, Canadian Regional significantly improves Portland's link to the Canadian Airlines Asian and North American networks out of our Vancouver hub," says Canadian Regional's manager of Marketing, Peter Grobauer.
BMW is also represented through North American networks of automobile and motorcycle retailers.