Jamal Dajani "is an award winning producer and the Director of Middle Eastern Programming at Link TV. Born and raised in Jerusalem, Dajani completed his early studies at Collège des Frères, and attended Columbia University in New York City where he received a B.A. degree in Political Science. Since 2001, he has produced more than one-thousand installments of Mosaic: World News from the Middle East, winner of the prestigious Peabody Award. In 2005, Dajani completed Occupied Minds, a documentary shedding light on the Palestinian-Israeli conflict & Who Speaks for Islam? , both aired on Link TV and PBS stations.
"Dajani is a frequent guest on numerous national and international media broadcast networks and has published many articles on the Middle East in many print and electronic media outlets. He is the co-host of Arab Talk on KPOO radio, a contributor to the Listening Post on Al Jazeera English and serves on the board of New America Media, the largest collaboration of ethnic news organizations in the U.S. Dajani served for two years (2003-2004) as President of the Arab Cultural & Community Center in San Francisco. In 2005, he was appointed by Mayor Gavin Newsom to the San Francisco Immigrant Rights Commission."