The Deadly Risks of War Journalism
- A Who's Who of TV Journalists Embedded for Iraqi War. Romano, Allison; Trigoboff, Dan // Broadcasting & Cable;3/31/2003, Vol. 133 Issue 13, p43
Presents a list of television journalists appointed for Iraq war as of March 2003.
- Cable King. Lynch, Jason; Hamm, Liza // People;4/28/2003, Vol. 59 Issue 16, p67
Profiles Shepard Smith, a news anchor for the Fox News Channel. How his ratings have tripled as a result of his coverage of the U.S. war in Iraq; His coverage of the 2000 presidential election; Experience of Smith as a journalism major at University of Mississippi; Popularity of Smith according...
- Nets steadfast despite war deaths. McClintock, Pamela; Crabtree, Susan // Daily Variety;4/7/2003, Vol. 279 Issue 1, p1
Reports on the death of U.S.-based television journalists embedded with U.S. troops in Iraq. Death of National Broadcasting Co. correspondent David Bloom and 'Washington Post' newspaper columnist Michael Kelly.
- Patriots on the Evening News. // Broadcasting & Cable;1/8/2007, Vol. 137 Issue 2, p68
In this editorial the writers comment on the number of journalists killed covering the war in Iraq. The piece examines the serious injuries sustained by television journalists Bob Woodruff, Kimberly Dozier and cameraman Doug Vogt. The article salutes journalists for daring to work under such...
- Dozier Revisits 'Flashpoint'. Greppi, Michele // Television Week;5/28/2007, Vol. 26 Issue 22, p4
The article focuses on "Flashpoint," a television special hosted by "CBS Evening News" anchor Katie Couric regarding the statistics of the war in Iraq. It uses the experience of nearly killed CBS correspondent Kimberly Dozier to tell the story of the Iraqi war. A car bomb in Iraq that nearly...
- Is the new news good news? Ewers, Justin // U.S. News & World Report;4/7/2003, Vol. 134 Issue 11, p48
Discusses how embedded journalists, technology and logistics have changed the nature of war reporting. Number of embedded journalists with American and British military units in Iraq; Emergence of embeds as the country's primary source of news in the ground in Iraq; High-tech broadcasts and...
- Rageh Omaar gears up for an evening with top HR directors. // Personnel Today;5/9/2006, p10
The article reports that next month's evening brief of the HR Directors Club, on June 6, 2006, plays host to journalist and broadcaster Rageh Omaar, who was British Broadcasting Corp.'s man in Baghdad, Iraq, during the war in Iraq. His reports from the beleaguered Iraqi capital became a regular...
- THE NETWORKS' RISING STARS IN WAR COVERAGE. // Television Week;3/31/2003, Vol. 22 Issue 13, p24
Presents information on several television journalists that cover the war of the U.S. against Iraq. Kerry Sanders; Peter Arnett; Walter Rodgers.
- The French need their fax. Snow, Jon // New Statesman;9/24/2007, Vol. 136 Issue 4863, p8
In this article the author, a television news reporter, discusses events that he experienced during a week in September 2007. He describes a number of things that happened to him including having attended a ceremony at Oxford Brookes University in Oxfordshire, England, witnessing the testimony...