From Vietnam to Iraq: Negative trends in television war reporting

In 1876, an American newspaperman with the US 7th Cavalry, Mark Kellogg, declared: ‘I go with Custer, and will be at the death.’ This overtly heroic pronouncement embodies what many still want to believe is the greatest role in journalism: to go up to the fight, to be with ‘the boys’, to expose you...

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Tony Maniaty
Format: Article
Published: Pacific Media Centre 2008-09-01
Series:Pacific Journalism Review
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