The unembedded truth

Beyond the Green ZoneBeyond the Green Zone: Dispatches from an Unembedded Journalist in Occupied Iraq seeks the truth about Iraq beyond the blinkers of embedded reporting. The reality outside the comfort of the Green Zone squarely challenges the mainstream media picture of insurgency and everyday life there. Amy Blyth reviews Dahr Jamail’s book.

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Napoleon to heavy metal: academic blogs

In the first of a series, Rohit Chopra surveys academic blogs from the worlds of history, media studies, and the social sciences.

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Online (+ print) = future

Print will fall and online will rise and rise. In five years most journalists will produce multi-media content. But quality of journalism may not improve… What 700 editors and newspaper executives across 120 countries said in the second Newsroom Barometer Survey.

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Advisory panel

Professor Allen Tullos

Emory University


Professor Barry Richards

Bournemouth University


Bertrand Pecquerie

World Editors Forum


C Rammanohar Reddy

Economic and Political Weekly


Kelly Toughill

University of King's College


Professor Steve Jones

University of Illinois-Chicago


Stephen Jukes

Bournemouth University


Professor Gadi Wolfsfeld

Hebrew University of Jerusalem









 
 
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