Terrorist Attacks and Television News
As part of the “Kalb Report” series on journalism at the crossroads, Mr. Rather talked about media coverage of terrorist attacks on the… read more
As part of the “Kalb Report” series on journalism at the crossroads, Mr. Rather talked about media coverage of terrorist attacks on the United States and the roles and responsibilities of television news in covering the subsequent efforts to combat global terrorism. Among the topics they addressed were new broadcast technologies, tensions between national security concerns and free speech, and the nature of covert warfare. Following their remarks they answered questions from the audience. close
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Michael "Mike" Freedman Founding Executive Director George Washington University->Global Media Institute
Marvin Kalb Executive Director Harvard University->Shorenstein Washington Office
Dan Rather Correspondent CBS->60 Minutes
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