Patriots on the Evening News

January 2007
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 dangerous conditions.


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