The War You See, and the War You Don’t

November 8, 2011 at 11:00 am Leave a comment

News networks have always had to make compromises to get access to dangerous battle zones. Did they go too far in acquiescing to Israel’s and Hezbollah’s demands during their 2006 war? From CJR Daily.

Photo of Geraldo Rivera. Licensed via Creative Commons from Justin Hoch.


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