Casey Kauffman Biography
Casey Kauffman is an American journalist who works for Al Jazeera English, the Middle East’s first English-language news station.
How old is Casey Kauffman? – Age
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Where did Casey Kauffman go to school? – Education
Kauffman earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from Stanford University in 2000 and joined Al-Jazeera English in 2006.
Casey Kauffman Wife – Family
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Kauffman Net Worth
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Casey Kauffman Career
Kauffman has gone to dangerous areas all around the world as a reporter and cinematographer. Kauffman’s article in October 2008 on a gathering in St. Clairsville, Ohio by supporters of Sarah Palin, the Republican Party’s vice-presidential nominee in the 2008 United States presidential election, sparked controversy. Palin’s followers shouted racist remarks about Barack Obama, the Democratic Party’s presidential nominee, at the gathering, including the concern that Obama is an anti-white Muslim terrorist. The story received a lot of attention. It had gone viral on the internet and had been the subject of a few editorials.
The Washington Post’s Colbert I. King, a writer, condemned the article in an essay headlined “A Rage No One Should Be Stoking.” “It is no accident that the English-language operation of Al-Jazeera, the Arab-language news network, strove to capture and broadcast to the Middle East, Africa, and everywhere a peek of America’s more evil side,” he said in the piece. Was Al-Jazeera using this as fuel to stoke anti-American sentiments throughout the world? To be certain. But the camera did not deceive us.”Did Al-Jazeera, on the other hand, capture the complete truth?” Tony Burman, the managing director of Al Jazeera, tried to deny that Kauffman’s report was anti-American, writing to the Washington Post that Al Jazeera’s international news stations, both English and Arabic, have decided to devote “more air time to wrapping this campaign than perhaps any other network,” and that the storyline that America appeared poised to elect its first black president “reflects exceptionally well on Americans and its democracy”.