- War Teaches Lessons About Fear and Courage. Meyer, Cheryl Diaz // Nieman Reports;Summer2006, Vol. 60 Issue 2, p56
This section presents an article about the experiences of a war correspondent. The first war story of the journalist is about a battle in northern Afghanistan. In 2001, she was following an opposition movement. After a few minutes, the correspondent observed a loud and chaotic battle. As soon as...
- Journalists face risks. Simon, Joel // Quill;Jan/Feb2004, Vol. 92 Issue 1, p18
Reports on the number of journalists who were killed worldwide in 2003. Number of journalists killed in Iraq; Comparison of the statistics with 2002; Risks being faced by journalists worldwide.
- Experts, by all means. // Columbia Journalism Review;Spring1962, Vol. 1 Issue 1, p63
This section presents an article on the author's comment on the speech by Bernard Kilgore regarding the trend to specialized reporters and reporting. I am under the impression that Kilgore's contention that newspaper talent can be applied to any field in which events are taking place is one that...
- When Bearing Witness Overrides a Reporter's Fear. di Giovanni, Janine // Nieman Reports;Summer2006, Vol. 60 Issue 2, p61
This section presents an article about the views of the author regarding the bravery of war correspondents. The author experiences attacks where she still manage to escape. She got marched in the woods by Serb paramilitaries with a gun pointed at her back. She also slept on a door frame in East...
- Russian teen journalists plan for career in media. // New York Amsterdam News;11/25/2004, Vol. 95 Issue 48, p16
The article reports on aspiring Russians young journalists. A recent poll by the Independent Analytical Centre found that only 13 percent of the Russian public trusted the news from their country's press about the Beslan tragedy A group of young journalists at the children's news agency YNPRESS...
- Toxic headlines are making me ill. Meeker, Geoff // Media;Spring2005, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p18
Presents the author's views on journalists giving less emphasis in covering health stories. Report that journalists will usually react with skepticism to any controversial release, digging deeper, asking tough questions and refusing to inform to the newsmaker's agenda; View that when it comes to...
- Roughing it for Front-Row Seat. Axelrod, Jim // Television Week;3/17/2003, Vol. 22 Issue 11, p4
Presents an article relating an experience of a news correspondent who was sent as a military embed in Kuwait.
- The Sweaty Heirs of Richard Harding Davis. Rawlings, Charles A. // Saturday Evening Post;4/29/1944, Vol. 216 Issue 44, p6
Details the hardships experienced by war correspondents.
- An audit of what news' bosses should provide. Lind, Clive // Pacific Journalism Review;May2010, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p65
The article features the expectations of Clive Lind, journalist of Fairfax Media, on what news companies should provide to war correspondents. He expects firms to furnish a risk mitigation course to learn the political situation of the hot spot, health hazards and measures to be taken during...