COVERAGE OF THE WAR
chief news executive Eason Jordan and the New Republic's Franklin
Foer discuss CNN's
coverage of Iraq before the collapse of Saddam Hussein's regime.
Journalists Die in Car Accident Near Baghdad
Two journalists from the Argentine television station America
TV were killed in a car crash while traveling to Baghdad.
Reporters Killed in Baghdad
journalists were killed in Baghdad Tuesday, including an incident
in which a U.S. tank fired at a hotel housing hundreds of international
Terence Smith speaks with two
Time photographers covering Iraq: Robert Nickelsberg, a veteran
war photographer embedded with the 1st Marine Division, and Kate
Brooks, who is working in northern Iraq.
7, 2003, 4:09 pm EDT
Reporters Killed in Iraqi Missile Strike Near Baghdad
Two reporters from Spanish and German news publications were killed
after an Iraqi rocket hit a U.S. communications center in the
southern outskirts of Baghdad.
Different Language: Arab Media
Terence Smith gets two
views on how the Arab media are covering the war in Iraq and
the impact of their reports on the Arab world.
4, 2003, 4:50pm EST
Reporter Bloom Dies in Iraq
NBC reporter David Bloom, who provided around-the-clock reports from Iraq, dies
of an apparent pulmonary embolism.
4, 2003, 5:05pm EST
Post Columnist Kelly Killed in Iraq
Washington Post columnist Michael Kelly was killed Thursday night while on assignment
with the U.S. Army's 3rd Infantry Division as it moved toward Baghdad.
4, 2003, 4:05 pm EST
Jazeera Reporters Continue Work in Iraq
Correspondents for the Al Jazeera network continued their work in Iraq after Iraqi
officials reversed an order barring two of them from reporting in Baghdad.
3, 2003, 4:30 pm EST
Jazeera Reporters Banned from Baghdad
Al Jazeera announced it would scale back its news operations in Iraq after the
Iraqi government barred two of its journalists from working in Baghdad.
2, 2003, 7:35 pm EST
Cameraman Killed in Northern Iraq
Update: Kaveh Golestan, a Pulitzer-Prize winning photojournalist and BBC freelance
cameraman, was killed in northern Iraq after stepping on a land mine.
1, 2003, 8:35 pm EST
how the Pentagon's "embedded" media program has changed coverage of the Iraq war.
Media experts assess the strengths and weaknesses of war coverage by embedded
31, 2003, 11:35 am EST
Fires Peter Arnett Over Iraqi TV Interview
NBC fired journalist Peter Arnett Monday after he granted an interview to Iraq's
state-run television in which he said the American-led coalition's war plans against
Iraq had "failed because of Iraqi resistance."
31, 2003, 8:35 PM EST
protesters and supporters of the war march in the U.S., three newspaper ombudsmen
and Andy Kohut assess America's views of the war and its coverage.
ITN Correspondent Dies in Iraq
ITN's foreign affairs correspondent, Gaby Rado, was found dead at a hotel in northern
Iraq Sunday, according to Independent Television News.
Jazeera Blocked From Wall Street's Biggest Trading Floors
Al Jazeera, the Arab satellite network, was denied access from reporting on two
of Wall Street's largest trading markets.
Journalist Killed In Iraq
Terry Lloyd of Independent Television News (ITN) was killed Saturday in a gunfire
incident while driving to the southern Iraqi city of Basra.
Smith explores how the high-tech media equipment and the "embedding" of some 500
journalists with U.S. military units in Iraq has changed the way wars are covered.
Then, historians discuss how war coverage continues to evolve, and its affect
on public opinion.
Correspondents Expelled from Iraq
The Iraqi government expelled four CNN reporters, including correspondents Nic
Robertson and Rym Brahimi, from the country, forcing the four to join the hundreds
of U.S. journalists fleeing the bombarded Iraqi capital.
News Outlets Grapple with War Coverage Plans
Television news organizations considered whether to keep their staffs in Iraq
or heed President Bush's warning, delivered during his address Monday night, for
all journalists and foreign nationals to leave Iraq ahead of a military strike.
Globe Reporter Expelled from Iraq
Iraqi authorities expelled Boston Globe reporter David Filipov from Baghdad for
filing a story from his hotel room -- a move that violated Iraqi press regulations.
on the Pentagon's boot camp for journalists, Terence Smith gets two views
on how reporting on a potential Iraq war could differ from the coverage of past
Smith talks to New York Times correspondent Chris Hedges about his new book War
is a Force That Gives Us Meaning and his firsthand experiences reporting from