War Reporting: From WWII to the Present
Journalists talked about the increasing dangers that war journalists face as they compared and contrasted war reporting from WWII to the… read more
Journalists talked about the increasing dangers that war journalists face as they compared and contrasted war reporting from WWII to the present. Mr. McGurn was a reporter for the New York Herald Tribune and the International Herald Tribune during World War II. Mr. Lamb was a journalist for the Los Angeles Times during the Vietnam War and several other wars. They shared their experiences and insight into the roles of war correspondents, censorship, and the changing nature of war reporting. They responded to questions from the students in the audience.
Mr. McGurn is the author of Yank, The Army Weekly: Reporting the Greatest Generation, published by Fulcrum Publishing. Mr. Lamb is the author of Vietnam, Now: A Reporter Returns, published by PublicAffairs. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- David Lamb Correspondent Los Angeles Times
- Barrett McGurn Press Secretary (Former) U.S. Supreme Court
- John Milewski Host Close Up Foundation
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