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Covering the war in Iraq back home

One of the country's top journalism think tanks, The Poynter Institute in St. Petersburg, Florida, gathered journalists from across the country together last week to talk about news media coverage of the impact of the War in Iraq - on the homefront. It's important for journalists to "get it right" - to report fairly and accurately in our hometowns. The war remains one of the dominant events of our times, but over time, the "story" has changed. That's part of the challenge that was at the focus of the seminar. Brian Mann was one of the participating journalists. He spoke with Martha Foley as he waited for his flight home.  Go to full article
Kelly McBride, Poynter Institute
Kelly McBride, Poynter Institute

Journalism Ethicist Says ABC News Made Sound Decision

For a deeper look at the ethics of journalism, NCPR contacted Kelly McBride, who writes about ethics at the Poynter Institute, one of the top journalism think tanks in America. McBride spoke with Brian Mann about the ethical gray zones that reporters sometimes navigate while pursuing complicated stories. McBride says journalists sometimes serve a greater good by acting as observers rather than active participants.  Go to full article

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