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AAM partners with leading channels throughout the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia to produce a range of programming for primetime broadcast, including in-depth news reports, documentaries and town hall discussions. We also have a journalism fellowship program that brings prominent broadcast journalists from the Muslim world to the United States to learn about and report on key foreign and domestic issues, and to educate American journalists, experts, and policy makers about their countries and cultures.
Pakistan Information Network (PIN) PIN is a partnership initiative between America Abroad Media (AAM) and three of Pakistan’s leading television networks: Express News, Dunya TV, and ARY TV. PIN has since expanded to include a range of co-produced news, documentaries, town halls and entertainment programming for broadcast on Pakistani television.
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Association Tunisie Media (ATM) In October 2011, AAM opened an office in Tunis as part of a collaborative project with leading Tunisian television and radio stations to produce informative and engaging programming for the Tunisian people during their democratic transition. Learn more »
Afghan Media Productions (AMP) AMP is an independent production house, opened in October 2010 in Kabul, Afghanistan. An affiliate of AAM, AMP represents a unique opportunity for an Afghan-led production team to build independent media capacity in Afghanistan. Learn more »
Afghanistan-Pakistan Town Hall Series America Abroad Media has partnered with Afghanistan's Tolo TV and Pakistan's Express News to host a series of four town halls connecting Afghans and Pakistanis for dialogue. Learn more »
Journalism Fellowship Program The AAM Journalism Fellowship brings prominent journalists from the Muslim world to the United States where they produce programming for broadcast in their home countries - including live weekly talk shows, interviews with high-level U.S. officials, and news documentaries on Muslim communities in the U.S. Fellows also participate in think tank events, give presentations, and hold meetings with leading U.S. policy experts, expanding their networks, while providing the Washington foreign policy community with insight on the state of media and politics in their countries. Learn more »