Covering War's Victims: Content Analysis of Iraq and Afghanistan War Photographs
Andrew Roth et al. Chapter in Censored 2008: The Top 25 Censored Stories, 2007. Posted on the Google Books website.
No Iraq News (Still ) Isn't Good News
Eric Alterman and George Zornick. Center for American Progress, 03 January 2008.
The Iraq Charade
Ramzy Baroud. Information Clearing House, 03 January 2008.
The Portrait from Iraq - How the Press Has Covered Events on the Ground
Project for Excellence in Journalism, 19 December 2007.
64 Journalists Killed Worldwide in 2007, the Most Since '94
Adam B. Ellick. The New York Times, 18 December 2007.
Think Again: Reporting Iraq Is a Lot Harder than it Looks
Eric Alterman and George Zornick. Center for American Progress, 06 December 2007.
A Non-Story Remakes the Race
Peter Beinart. Washington Post, 03 December 2007.
Grim View of Iraq Dangers in Survey of Journalists
Richard Pérez-Peña. The New York Times, 28 November 2007.
How to Control the Story, Pentagon-Style
Dahr Jamail. TomDispatch, 26 November 2007.
Jeremy Harding. London Review of Books, 29 November 2007 issue. Posted on 21 November 2007.
Iraq News: Less Dominant, Still Important
Pew Research Center for the People and the Press, 09 November 2007.
The Iraq War Has Become a Disaster That We Have Chosen to Forget
Madeleine Bunting. The Guardian, 05 November 2007.
Survival Skills for Iraqi Reporters
Sameer N. Yacoub. The Associated Press, 24 September 2007. Posted on USA Today website.
Reporting From Baghdad
Scott Ritter. Truthdig, 06 September 2007. Posted on the Global Policy Forum.
The Bush Beat: Paper Trails in Iraq
Ward Harkavy. The Village Voice, 05 September 2007.
U.S. Media Curtail Iraq War Coverage: Study
Jim Wolf. Reuters, 20 August 2007. (See report below).
Why Isn't the Press on a Suicide Watch?
Greg Mitchell. Editor & Publisher, 13 August 2007.
Media Blitz for War: The Big Guns of August
Norman Soloman. AlterNet, 02 August 2007.
The Iran Attack That Wasn't
Gareth Porter. The American Prospect, 02 August 2007.
The Blurred Line Between War News, Propaganda
Khody Akavi. Asia Times, 31 July 2007.
Iraq: The Media War Plan
National Security Archive, George Washington University, 08 May 2007.
U.N. Iraq Report: More Than the Media Lets on
IraqSlogger, 26 April 2007.
When Journalism Became Transcription and Reporting Disappeared
David Sirota. Working for Change, 26 April 2007.
Iraq: Why the Media Failed
Gary Kamiya. Salon.com, 10 April 2007.
Sherry Ricchiardi. American Journalism Review, February/March 2007 issue. Posted on 26 March 2007.
Another Casualty: Coverage of the Iraq War
Dahr Jamail. Foreign Policy in Focus, 23 March 2007.
War Reporting in Iraq: Only Locals Need Apply
Patrick Cockburn. Counter Punch, 03 March 2007.
False Massacre Report Puts Media on Firing Line
Richard Mauer. McClatchy Newspapers, 01 March 2007.
The Media Aren't the Enemy in Iraq
Max Boot. Los Angeles Times, 10 January 2007.
In Iraq, Journalist Deaths Spike to Record in 2006
Committee to Protect Journalists, 20 December 2006.
Does Iraq Need More Debate?
Martin Kaplan. Los Angeles Times, 19 December 2006.
Media Sham for Iraq War -- It's Happening Again
Norman Solomon. Common Dreams, 05 December 2006.
Separating Hyperbole From Horror in Iraq
Tom Zeller, Jr. The New York Times, 04 December 2006.
Iraq is a Civil War: Media Dominoes Falling
Anna Crane. Editor & Publisher, 28 November 2006. Posted on the AlterNet website.
NBC Says Iraq in Civil War, White House Disagrees
Andy Sullivan. Reuters, 27 November 2006.
A Matter of Definition: What Makes a Civil War, and Who Declares It So?
Edward Wong. The New York Times, 26 November 2006.
The New Media Offensive for the Iraq War
Norman Solomon. Common Dreams, 16 November 2006.
Media Ignore Iraq's Humanitarian Issues
AlertNet, 13 November 2006 (See report below).
Media Wars: News Media Performance and Media Management During the 2003 Iraq War
Dr. Piers Robinson. Economic and Social Research Council, 13 November 2006.
CNN Defends Iraq Footage
Leigh Holmwood. The Guardian, 26 October 2006.
What's Really Going on in Iraq
Joan Vennochi. The Boston Globe, 22 October 2006. Posted on the Common Dreams website.
CNN Airs Footage of Iraq Sniper Attacks
David Bauder. The Associated Press, 19 October 2006.
Kael Alford, Thorne Anderson, Ghaith Abdul-Ahad and Rita Leistner. 16 October 2006.
Fewer Reporters Embedded in Iraq
Lee Keath and Robert H. Reid. The Associated Press, 15 October 2006.
U.S. Writes Sunni Resistance Out of Anbar Story
Gareth Porter. Inter Press Service, 26 September 2006.
The Invisible War - The Media And The Insurgency
David Edwards. ZNet, 21 September 2006.
Iraq Most Dangerous Place for Journalists: Study
Gertrude Chavez-Dreyfuss. Reuters, 20 September 2006.
Embedded Reporting Influences War Coverage, Study Shows
Pennsylvania State University, 11 August 2006. Posted on 12 September 2006.
Is the Media Being Fair In Iraq?
Michael O'Hanlon and Nina Kamp. The Washington Quarterly, Autumn 2006. Posted on 30 August 2006 (.pdf file).
100th Journalist Killed in Iraq
News 24, 03 August 2006.
An Unseen Lifeline in Iraq
James Rainey. Los Angeles Times, 15 July 2006.
'I Was a Mouthpiece for the American Military'
Ken Silverstein. Harper's Magazine, 07 July 2006.
Seven Questions: Covering Iraq
Interview with Rod Nordland. Foreign Policy, 05 July 2006.
Amid War on Terror, a War with the Press
Linda Feldman. The Christian Science Monitor, 29 June 2006.
It's All the Media's Fault
Howard Kurtz. Washington Post, 23 June 2006.
Philip Kennicott. Washington Post, 06 June 2006.
The Big Question: Should Western Journalists Be in Iraq, and Can their Reports Be Trusted?
Leonard Doyle. The Independent, UK, 31 May 2006. Posted on the Global Policy Forum website.
The Real First Casualty of War
John Pilger. AntiWar.com, 20 April 2006.
The Ongoing War on Truth in Iraq
Dahr Jamail. Truthout, 18 April 2006.
The Media's Chance at Redemption
Russ Baker. TomPaine.com, 06 April 2006. Posted on the Global Policy Forum website.
All the News That's Fit to Slant
Robert Fisk. Syndicated on the Seattle Post-Intelligencer website, 21 March 2006.
Iraq - U.S. News Media's Waterloo
Robert Parry. Consortium News, 20 March 2006.
Baghdad: The Beseiged Press
Orville Schell. Common Dreams, 15 March 2006.
Heroes in Error
Jack Fairweather. Mother Jones, March/April 2006.
Iraq Has Become the Deadliest Place for Journalists, Report Says
Katharine Q. Seelye. The New York Times, 14 February 2006. (See report below).
Attacks on the Press 2005
Committee to Protect Journalists, 14 February 2006.
Think Again: The War Goes On, Unreported
Eric Alterman. Center for American Progress, 09 February 2006.
U.S. Media Ignore U.N. Study on Iraq 'Peace-Building' Methods Backfiring
Michelle Pilecki. The Huffington Post, 04 February 2006.
Whatever Happened to What's-His-Name?
William Bowles. Uruknet.info, 03 February 2006.
Some U.S. Troops Question Woodruff Coverage
Pamela Hess. United Press International, 01 February 2006. Posted on the Monsters and Critics website.
Iraq - The Failure of the Press
Bob Burnett. Common Dreams, 30 January 2006.
From Those Who Swear by Freedom
Brian Conley and Islam Rashid. Inter Press Service, 26 January 2006.
Sanitised Images Hide Truth About War, Says Fisk
Ian Herbert. The Independent, UK, 24 January 2006.
How the Press Can Keep The Debate About Iraq Honest
Editorial, Columbia Journalism Review, January/February 2006. Posted on 06 January 2006.
Reporting From Iraq
Johanna McGeary. The Century Foundation, 2006 (.pdf file).
Counting Iraqi Casualties: Why Didn't The Press Ask?
Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting, 16 December 2005.
Tomgram: Dahr Jamail on the Missing Air War in Iraq
Dahr Jamail. Tomdispatch.com, 13 December 2005.
Hidden in Plane Sight: U.S. Media Dodging Air War in Iraq
Norman Solomon. Common Dreams, 05 December 2005.
The Media Are Minimising US and British War Crimes in Iraq
George Monbiot. The Guardian, 08 November 2005. Posted on the Global Policy Forum website.
What a Difference Embedding Makes
Stan Goff. 08 November 2005.
What We Don't See in Iraq
Michael Schwartz. TomDispatch, 05 November 2005.
The Good News from Iraq is Not Fit to Print
Jeff Jacoby. Boston Globe, 02 November 2005.
Journalists' Baghdad Hotel Attacked
The Associated Press, 24 October 2005. Posted on the Antiwar.com website.
Iraq Is Deadliest Beat for Reporters Since WWII
Barbara Litzlbeck. Inter Press Service, 21 October 2005. Posted on the Antiwar.com website.
Shooting of Reporter in Iraq was Justified, U.S. Report Says
Tom Lasseter. Knight-Ridder, 01 October 2005.
Reuters Says U.S. Troops Obstruct Reporting of Iraq
Barry Moody. Reuters, 28 September 2005.
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'How Can You Establish a Free Media in Such Fear and Anarchy?'
Ghaith Abdul-Ahad. The Guardian, 26 September 2005.
Katrina Steals Headlines, But War Grinds on in Iraq
Joseph L. Galloway. Knight-Ridder>, 07 September 2005. Posted on the Yahoo! News website.
Tragic End to a War Reporter's Bracing Story
Dan Murphy. Christian Science Monitor, 04 August 2005.
Why Few Graphic Images from Iraq Make it to U.S. Papers
Barbara Bedway. Editor and Publisher, 18 July 2005.
Downing Street: A Dead-End in American Media
David Michael Green. In These Times, 13 July 2005.
Iraq War Going "Badly" for Most Americans
Angus Reid, 26 May 2005.
Unseen Pictures, Untold Stories: How The U.S. Press Has Sanitized The War in Iraq
Democracy Now, 24 May 2005.
It's Official! "Iraq Coverage Wasn't Biased"
Christian Christensen. Common Dreams, 14 March 2005.
Media Held Guilty of Deception
Dahr Jamail. Electronic Iraq, 14 February 2005.
Pentagon Sites: Journalism or Propaganda?
Barbara Starr and Larry Shaughnessy. CNN, 04 February 2005.
Communicator in Chief Keeps the Focus on Iraq Positive
Elisabeth Bumiller. New York Times, 27 January 2005.
The War Inside the Arab Newsroom
Samantha M. Shapiro. New York Times, 02 January 2005. Posted on Phil Taylor's website at the University of Leeds.
Iraq, the Press and the Election
Michael Massing. New York Review of Books, 16 December 2004.
US Media Still Hiding Bad News from Americans
Antonia Zerbisias. Toronto Star, 09 December 2004.
Truth Be Told, Lies are a Part of Pentagon Strategy
Joseph Galloway. Knight Ridder, 08 December 2004.
Media Cowardice and Iraq
Tom Engelhardt and Michael Massing. Tom Dispatch, 23 November 2004. Posted on the Antiwar.com website.
Orville Schell on Our Failed Press
Tom Dispatch, 23 November 2004.
Media Repression in 'Liberated Iraq'
Dahr Jamail. Inter Press Service, 19 November 2004. Posted on the Antiwar.com website.
Return of the 'Embeds'
Joe Strupp and Erin Olson. AlterNet, 15 November 2004.
No Embeds at Landstuhl
Greg Mitchell. Editor and Publisher, 11 November 2004.
Media in Iraq See Through a Shrinking Window
Scott Peterson. Christian Science Monitor, 27 October 2004.
Pentagon Wants 'Uplifing Accounts' About Iraq
Tom Regan. Christian Science Monitor, 30 September 2004.
Police Expel Journalists from Najaf
Adrian Blomfield. The Telegraph, 16 August 2004.
Campaign Column: Is No News Good News?
Tom Carver. BBC News, 16 July 2004.
Unfit to Print?
Michael Massing. New York Review of Books, 24 June 2004.
The Source of the Trouble
Fraklin Foer. New York Magazine, 07 June 2004.
Spy Tales Lack Street Smarts
Tim Rutten. Los Angeles Times, 05 June 2004. Posted on the Fair Use website.
Did the Washington Post Create Ahmed Chalabi?
Harry Jaffe. The Washingtonian, 21 May 2004. Posted on the Information Clearing House website.
On Advertising: Selling Iraq on a New Government
Heather Timmons. International Herald Tribune, 05 April 2004. Posted on Phil Taylor's website at the University of Leeds.
the Transatlantic Media Divide over Iraq: How and Why U.S. and German
Media Differed in Reporting on U.N. Weapons Inspections in Iraq:
Ingrid A. Lehmann. University of Salzburg, Spring 2004. Posted on the KSG, Harvard University website (.pdf file).
Media Knocked for Iraq War Coverage
Tom Regan. Christian Science Monitor, 11 February 2004.
Reporters on the Battlefield: The Embedded Press System in Historical Context
Christopher Paul and James J. Kim. RAND, 2004 (.pdf file).
Press Underreports Wounded in Iraq
Seth Porges. Editor and Publisher, 23 October 2003.
Iraq: U.S. Military Responses Imperil Journalists
Human Rights Watch, 24 September 2003.
Bush 9/11 Admission Gets Little Play
Seth Porges. Editor and Publisher, 19 September 2003.
The Current State of the Broadcast Media in Iraq
BBC World Service Trust, 31 July 2003 (.pdf file).
Coalition Curbs Wild Iraqi Press
Ann Scott Tyson. Christian Science Monitor, 23 July 2003.
Embedded Reporter's Role In Army Unit's Actions Questioned by Military
Howard Kurtz. Washington Post, 25 June 2003.
In Volatile Iraq, US Curbs Press
Ilene R. Prusher. Christian Science Monitor, 19 June 2003.
US Restrictions on Iraqi Media Spark Criticism
Ellen Barry. Boston Globe, 19 June 2003. Posted on the Common Dreams website.
Turning the Tanks on the Reporters
Philip Knightley. The Observer, 15 June 2003.
New Reports Implicate Soldiers in Death of Journalists
Ian Urbina. Asia Times, 10 June 2003. Posted on the AlterNet website.
The Lies We Bought
John R. MacArthur. Columbia Journalism Review, May/June 2003.
Caught in the Crossfire: The Iraq War and the Media
Glenn Leaper, Anthony Lswstedt and Husam Madhoun. International Press
Institute, 28 May 2003.
CPJ Releases Investigative Report on Palestine Hotel Attack
Committee to Protect Journalists, 27 May 2003.
Critic Accuses Media of Aiding U.S. War Propaganda
David Morgan. Reuters, 01 May 2003. Posted on the Truthout website.
War by Remote Control
Arnaud de Borchgrave. Washington Times, 28 April 2003.
For Media After Iraq, A Case of Shell Shock
Howard Kurtz. Washington Post, 28 April 2003.
BBC Chief Attacks U.S. Media War Coverage
Merissa Marr. Reuters, 24 April 2003. Posted on the CalTech Peace and Justice News website.
Follow That Story: Deep Miller: Is the New York Times Breaking the News or Flacking for the Military?
Jack Shafer. Slate, 23 April 2003.
War Coverage Rewrites History
Danny Schechter. AlterNet, 22 April 2003.
An Account of Marines' Incredible Gestures
Barbara Ferguson. Arab News, 16 April 2003.
The Spoils of War Coverage
New York Times, 13 April 2003.
Snap Judgments: Did Iconic Images from Baghdad Reveal More About the Media than Iraq?
Matthew Gilbert and Suzanne C. Ryan. Boston Globe, 10 April 2003. Posted on the Common Dreams website.
TV Images Stir Anger, Shock and Warnings of Backlash
Emily Wax and Alia Ibrahim. Washington Post, 10 April 2003.
Is There Some Element in the US Military That Wants to Take Out Journalists?
Robert Fisk. The Independent, 09 April 2003. Posted on the Common Dreams website.
CENTCOM: Heavy on Message, Light on News
Donna Leinwand. USA Today, 04 April 2003.
Official Story Vs. Eyewitness Account: On Najaf Killings, Some Outlets Seem to Prefer the Sanitized Version
Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting, 04 April 2003. Posted on the Common Dreams website.
Images of Victory Overshadow Doses of Realism
Alessandra Stanley. New York Times, 04 April 2003.
Behind the Lines, an Unseen War
Faye Bowers. Christian Science Monitor, 03 April 2003.
Detecting Disinformation, Without Radar
Gregory Sinaisky. Asia Times, 03 April 2003.
Marketing Experts Say War is a Tough Sell: Sound Bites, Slogans Strive for Image of Quick, Clean War
Carolyn Said. San Francisco Chronicle, 30 March 2003.
Don't Censor War's Horror
Ciro Scotti. Business Week, 27 March 2003.
Gen. Tommy Franks Asked to Order Enquiry Into Death of British TV Reporter and Disappearance of Two Colleagues
Reporters Without Borders, 26 March 2003.
World and America Watching Different Wars
Danna Harman. Christian Science Monitor, 25 March 2003.
On Television News, War's First Casualty Comes into Focus
John Vinocur. International Herald Tribune, 24 March 2003.
US Bans Media From Protests
Agence France-Presse, 16 April 2003. Posted on The Age website.
Images of Captured U.S. Soldiers are Broadcast on Arab Television
Thomas Fuller. International Herald Tribune, 23 March 2003. Posted on the New York Times website.
Critics Say Coverage Helped Lead to War
Jim Rutenberg and Robin Toner. New York Times, 22 March 2003. Posted on the Common Dreams Website.
Pentagon Press Briefing: Farce, Charade and Deception
Matthew Riemer. Yellow Times, 21 March 2003. Posted on the Global Policy Forum website.
Reporters Without Borders Calls on the US to Guarantee that the Media Can Work Freely and in Safety
Reporters Without Borders, 19 March 2003.
How the News Will Be Censored in This War
Robert Fisk. Independent, 25 February 2003. Posted on the Global Policy Forum website.
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