I am not sure, Arab media is at a spectrum just like anywhere else in the world. You have some which are Anti-American and have the typical blame everything on America and Israel attitude such as:
-ANN - Arab News Network
: The channel is extremely biased and it is totally unproffesional, what place does a call-inn psychic show have in a "proffesional" news network.
-Al-Manar (The Light or The Luminence)>
: This channel is backed by Hezbollah of Lebanon and pretty much thrives on rhetoric.
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Channel: Pretty Much similar to ANN (see above)
Some show a fair level of objectivity like Al Arabiya.
Then comes Al-Jazeera, the revolutionary thing about Al-Jazeera is that for the first time Arabs had an outlet to express themselves freely, Al Jazeera allows goverments dissenters and other oposition groups to critisize there regimes and this is why Al-Jazeera faced a lot of problems including a ban in several arab countries, an advertisement boycott because "Al-Jazeera is a zionist mouthpiece". They are also fairly objective and always have interesting debate shows where they discuss issues which were previously taboo such as Sex, Terrorism, Polygamy, Repressive regimes, Democracy, secularism etc... Also they always have US and Israeli analysts, journalists and officials to particpate which was unheard of before in the Arab world.
At the other end of the spectrum you have Kuwait TV
which is similar to FOX in many ways. They always glorify the US/UK forces, and try to sanitize war. This is understandable I guess because of the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait and the horrors they witnessed.