The Road to Baghdad
- Reporters get detailed rules for war coverage. Halonen, Doug // Electronic Media;2/24/2003, Vol. 22 Issue 8, p6
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- War correspondents to reunite. // Editor & Publisher;8/5/95, Vol. 128 Issue 31, p29
Reports that about 500 correspondents who covered American wars are expected to attend a reunion in Washington, D.C. on October 7, 1995, in conjunction with the 50th anniversary of the end of World War II and 20th anniversary of the Vietnam War's ending.
- The war against war correspondents. Geyer, Georgie Anne // World & I;May97, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p78
Reports that local and foreign war correspondents are becoming an endangered species. Number of reporters murdered since 1993; Conversion as a diplomat and educator; Instability and unpredictability of battlefields from the disintegration of nations.
- THE THINGS THEY'LL CARRY. Cox, Liz // Columbia Journalism Review;Mar/Apr2003, Vol. 41 Issue 6, p19
Recommends several equipment and gadgets for war correspondents in Iraq. Combat helmet made of Kevlar; Respirex chemical suit; Ciprofloxacin pill; Baby wipes.
- News of War. Kolker, Robert // New York;3/10/2003, Vol. 36 Issue 8, p16
Focuses on the response of the U.S. media to the impending U.S.-Iraqi war. Career impact of being a war correspondent; Citations of the American newscasters to be assigned near the war zone; Viability of home viewers to gain more access to war updates.
- Cold War Correspondents: Ginsberg. Kerouac, Cassady, and the Political Economy of Beat Letters. Harris, Oliver // Twentieth Century Literature;Summer2000, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p171
Discusses the cultural aspect of the Cold War correspondence. Letters of Allen Ginsberg; Visions of Jack Kerouack; Correspondence of Neal Cassady while in prison.
- This Warring Century. Greenway, H.D.S. // Columbia Journalism Review;Sep/Oct99, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p49
Chronicles how the media fight for battlefield information and how the armed forces strive to control it. Overview of newsgathering over the past decades; Three concerns of military authorities regarding journalists; Relations between reporters and the military authorities during World War I.
- Battlefields in the Garden of Eden. Perry, Alex; Jameel, Yusuf // Time International (South Pacific Edition);6/10/2002, Issue 22, p39
Discusses the scenery of different war zones, including Kashmir. View that war journalists avoid discussing the beauty of the scenery when reporting on death; Thoughts on the torture and murder committed by Maoists in Nepal; Description of how those who live in war zones seem not to notice...
- Coverage is costly for journalists who would cover a war. Wojcik, Joanne; Fletcher, Meg // Business Insurance;2/10/2003, Vol. 37 Issue 6, p4
Reports on insurance costs faced by media companies in the U.S. for war correspondents who are being sent to politically unstable countries. Compensation provided to correspondents which cover war risks; Additional coverage bought by media companies to ensure that their reporters are adequately...