Interesting slideshow about how photographs of the military are controlled and how the photographers who cover Iraq were treated when certain images reached the public. Could be a great classroom discussion project for photojournalism classes in the fall!
Posts Tagged ‘coverage’
In a wonderful mulitmedia educational website, the Washington Post has done an indepth coverage of Uganda’s war in the North. The “ceasefire” that they speak of is suspect considering the kidnappings and killing reports continue on the fringes but officially the line is that the peace talks continue and peace is declared. Either way, what a great coverage! It’s much more indepth than the paper version went into and I applaud them for finally covering this topic so thoroughly!
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