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Journalists Discuss Changing Coverage of Iraq War

What happened to the embedded journalists? The number of journalists embedded in Iraq is at the lowest point since the beginning of the war. We’ll talk about the dwindling numbers of imbeds in Iraq,

Journalists Discuss Changing Coverage of Iraq War

Tom Fudge : At the beginning of the war, there were more than 600 reporters embedded with American troops in Iraq. About a month ago, there were 11. We’ll ask what’s happened to the program, which has always been controversial. And we’ll take a hard look at the job the American media is doing covering the latest developments in the war.

Guests

  • Tony Perry , San Diego Bureau Chief for the Los Angeles Times.
  • Jeffrey Dvorkin , executive director for the Committee of Concerned Journalists and past Ombudsman for National Public Radio.