The war zone

June 1999
Sight & Sound;Jun99, Vol. 9 Issue 6, p3
Focuses on the television broadcasting of war. Reason why United State President Clinton avoided the use of the word `war' when commenting on the conflict in Kosovo; CNN news reporting on the air wars on Iraq; North Atlantic Treaty Organization's (NATO) destruction of Milosevic's television-broadcast capability; Failure of television stations to provide historical insights on the wars in the Balkans.


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