Al Jazeera Media Network
Tv Presentation, Meeting the Press
Khadija Benguenna is an Algerian journalist working at Al Jazeera network as a principal newscaster and program presenter. She was part of the founding team of Al Jazeera Channel eighteen years ago. Benguenna graduated from the School of Journalism at the University of Algiers, and the Paris Institute of Journalism (CFJ). She presented various television programs such as (interview of the day), (special interview), (Sharia and Life), (only for women), ( revolution talks) and (Between the Lines). Benguenna, so far, interviewed many states' men and government key personalities, among them: Egyptian ex-president Mohammad Mursi Tunisian president, Al Munsef A Marzougi Iran ex-president Mahmoud Ahmadi Njad Afghanistan president Hamed Karzai Sheika Moza Bint Naser, the wife of his highness the ex-Emir of Qatar Swiss ex-president Michelin Kalmery French Ex president Nicola Sarkozy Turkish president Rajab Tayeb Erdogan
• Bachelor's degree in media and journalism from the University of Algiers in 1988. • A certificate the Paris based media institute CFJ in 1989. • Newscaster in Algerian radio from 1987 to 1990. • Newscaster in the Algerian television from 1990 to 1993. • Anchor in Switzerland International Radio from 1994 to 1997. • Broadcaster in Al-Jazeera since 1997 and up to now.