Future of Foreign Correspondence
He is the author of, Out of America: A Black Man Confronts Africa.
Keith Richburg talked about international news coverage. He described his experiences as a foreign reporter in Haiti, the Philippines, Africa, and Afghanistan, saying he had to learn to cover conflicts such as in Somalia. He responded to students' questions about news coverage today via live satellite television, the Internet, and cell phone, and about changes in U.S. news consumption and the declining number of foreign correspondents everywhere except in Iraq.
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