Michael Friedson

Michael Friedson

Michael Friedson, Co-founder and Executive Editor of The Media Line News Agency, a seasoned broadcast and print journalist with more than two decades of experience covering the Middle East oversees the work of the agency’s correspondents reporting from all parts of the region.

Michael hosted The Media Line’s nationally-syndicated Mideast Week radio program and appears daily as commentator on radio programs airing around the world, including the BBC World Service, ABC Australia, CTV Canada; affiliates of America’s major networks, and a New Hampshire news station bloc where he’s a featured member of morning program.

Michael Friedson writes The Media Line’s highly acclaimed Mideast Daily News, a news blast that appears six times each week and is a fixture among government officials, policy makers, educators and those with an interest in staying abreast of news from the region. He is frequently called upon to brief leaders in both public and private sectors on the dynamics of the Middle East.

Michael is a popular participant in forums on the Middle East and international politics, and is often requested to present to study missions and professional seminars.
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Felice and Michael Friedson join Jim Blasingame to discuss how many Muslim leaders in the Middle East are urging their U.S. Muslim counterparts to support President Trump because of his work to bring peace to the region.
Felice and Michael Friedson join Jim Blasingame to report on a recent increase in gatherings and relationships between Muslim and Israeli women who are trying to bring peace to that region.
Felice and Michael Friedson join Jim Blasingame to report on increasing changes of the political landscape in the Middle East, with more peace agreements with Israel likely from Bahrain, Qatar and one day, even Saudi Arabia, plus Honduras has moved its embassy to Jerusalem.