Frontline Blogger Covers War in Iraq With a Soldier’s Eyes
Michael Yon was not a journalist, and he wasn’t sure what a blogger was. He had been in uniform but not in combat, and he wanted to keep it that way. He went to Iraq thinking he would stay for a month, and maybe find a way to write about the war after he got home.
Getty Images Up for Sale
Covering the World
As U.S. news organizations have backed away from foreign news coverage, the Associated Press’ international report has become increasingly vital.
The Video Explosion
News organizations are embracing video on their Web sites in a big way. The quality ranges from bad to basic to superb. And for some journalists, the advent of video is a terrific new career opportunity.
Armies of One
SOC Prof. Bill Gentile cited in American Journalism Review on Future of Foreign Correspondence.
With an arsenal of technology — including handheld digital video cameras, satellite dishes and laptops — seven ABC News journalists who took on new posts around the world this fall may be set to change the definition of "foreign correspondent."
Grim View of Iraq Dangers in Survey of Journalists
In a survey by the Project for Excellence in Journalism, American journalists in Iraq relate alarming stories of dangers they face on assignment.
AU Grad Finds Success as Foreign Correspondent
Former AU student Leander Schaerlaeckens, who graduated in Spring 2007, currently works as foreign correspondent in Brussels for United Press International (UPI) and The Washington Times. This article was published Thursday 8 November 2007 in the Times.
Dan Rather stands by his story
Dan Rather is suing CBS and trying to prove that the company suppressed reporting on Bush's National Guard Service and the Abu Ghraib prison scandal.
Bob Woodruff Recovering From Injury, Returning to TV, Speaking for the Wounded
Since recovering from his near-fatal injury in Iraq, Bob Woodruff is heading back into work as a full time correspondent.
Iraqi Journalist Reported Missing After Driver's Body Found
After police officers found the body of her driver, an Iraqi journalist working in Baghdad for the American-backed radio Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty was reported missing.