During what some have called the qmost televised war in history, q did journalistic objectivity fall by the wayside? Were the experiences of embedded journalists in Iraq markedly different from reporters who went on their own? Reporting from the Front is a provocative look at media and the Iraq War spanning issues from basic reporting and coverage to ethical dilemmas, personal safety, and training with the military. Featuring interviews with journalists such as Anne Garrels and Ivan Watson of NPR and Bob Schieffer and Byron Pitts of CBS, among others, Reporting from the Front offers personal insights from a wide range of correspondents, producers, editors, photojournalists, media managers, and military and defense officials about reporting on Iraq as well as on previous wars and other conflicts.qThey had two brand new Nissan Pathfinders, expensive satellite equipment, and cash to make deals for gas and food, ... I picked up the sat phone and called CBS News, New York, and got on the radio and stayed on the radio for an hour andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Reporting from the Front|
|Author||:||Judith L. Sylvester, Suzanne Huffman|
|Publisher||:||Rowman & Littlefield - 2005-01-01|